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Symptoms of Chiropractic Problems

[font="Trebuchet MS", sans-serif]Are your symptoms the enemy?[/font]
Are your symptoms the real problem?
Should you seek to have your symptoms masked?
Symptoms are a result of damage and abnormal function due to paralysis of organs and body parts.
[b]The more common issues are listed below:[/b]
· Headaches
· Allergies or Asthma
· Neck pain or shoulder pain
· Athletic injuries
· Numbness in the arms or legs
· Lower back pain
· Knee Pain
· Ankle or Foot Tenderness
· Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
· Swollen Joints
· Loss of movement in the joints
· Stiffness in back or neck
[font="Trebuchet MS", sans-serif]When the body is in trouble, it talks to the brain over the nerve system. Many times the symptom will leave, because the body refuses to send any more messages, or the nerve fails to send the message to the brain centers, because of drugs or injury.[/font]
[font="Trebuchet MS", sans-serif]It is possible at times for symptoms to increase because the body is becoming more functional, more aware, and not because it is getting worse. This is transitional. First a subluxation, then nerve pressure and loss of mental impulse (brain message). The cells being created by the minute are created abnormally, creating disease, then the symptoms.[/font]
[font="Trebuchet MS", sans-serif]Symptoms are a results of damage, from trauma or a concentration of abnormal cells. Treating symptoms allows you to be more comfortable while the body continues to create abnormal cells.[/font]
You can be clearing of nerve pressure and loss of life impulse and continue with symptoms because the abnormal cells have not yet been replaced by normal cells.
[font="Trebuchet MS", sans-serif]But in time will be replaced as normal. Then the symptoms may leave, because of health returning, not because of drugs, or their means of hiding symptoms.[/font]
The chiropractic adjustment makes increased life messages possible to the body and gives the body it's own healing potential.
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