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Antivirus software and Chiropractic

June 3, 2019


I will make this quick and to the point.  Antivirus software is designed to remove any viruses/malware on ones computer so it runs better.  You see, if you get a virus on your computer, it can change the messages the machine reads so it doesn't work very well or even at all.


Chiropractic is pretty similar in that a chiropractors only job is to find and remove subluxations (viruses) in your spine, so your nerves can transmit the proper signal to the brain and back.


The WHO (World Health Organization) definition of the chiropractic vertebral subluxation is: "A lesion or dysfunction in a joint or motion segment in which alignment, movement integrity and/or physiological function are altered, although contact between joint surfaces remains intact."  So if you have a subluxation, you have a bone out of place, a bone that isn't moving properly, and/or a nerve function (physiological) problem.  That puts you in a state of Dis-Ease.  Removing the subluxation always puts your body in a better state of Ease.


Your physiological function can be anything from pain to organ problems, muscle weakness to numb toes, headaches to bad immune function.  Your nervous system control every cell, tissue and organ in your body.  If its not working properly, your body isn't working properly.


You can't necessarily "feel" a subluxation sometimes until its been there long enough to produce a "symptom", that is why most chiropractors get checked for them often.  And that is why we created Unlimited Chiropractic, to provide affordable, quality chiropractic for everyone.  Check us out and see for yourself why we are becoming the premier choice for chiropractic in the SE metro and beyond.

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