Bone doctor or nerve doctor?

Because chiropractors work primarily with the spine, they are often thought of as bone doctors.   But the spine is actually a protective “house” for the amazing and incredibly complex nervous system – the vital message center for ALL body functions.   If the “house” is damaged, the precious contents are likewise at risk for damage.
A chiropractor works to prevent and/or repair any deterrent to the spinal balance, in order to free up congestion to the nervous system that is impeding the transmission of those essential messages to and from the brain and spinal cord. So in reality, she or he could be called a “nerve doctor.”
There are a number of other factors in our modern culture that also can deflect or block the  message paths that are so necessary for maintaining health.  Identifying these hindrances and “showing them the door” is a specialty of Nutrition Response Testing.  We’re so pleased to be able to offer BOTH options in our office!
That brings us to what is happening here next week.  Our nutrition practitioner, Susana Mora, will be visiting the organic farm and production plants of Standard Process, in Palmyra, Wisconsin from October 3-5.  She will be absent from the office on Thursday and Friday, the 3rd and 4th, so this is a heads-up for you to be sure to schedule your appointments with her early in the week, from Monday through Wednesday.  
This is such an exciting opportunity for Susana to see first hand the entire process – “from soil to supplement bottle” – of the wonderful concentrated whole food supplements that are impacting all of our lives and health!
Thanks to all who came to Mrs. Thropay’s Healthful Cooking class on Wednesday of this week.  Another big step along the road to good health!
Call us anytime at (562) 861-3896.

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