Your feet, the foundation of your body. They bear all of your weight and carry you through each day. A quarter of the bones in your body and over 30 joints are found in your feet! They are one of the most important parts of your structural system. When the bones in your feet are misaligned or causing you pain, your whole body suffers. Just one small misalignment can translate to knee, hip and even back pain. You see it's all connected and when one portion fails the others must compensate. This can lead to joint irritation in areas far from your feet.
Being born is tough work, there are a lot of pressures and forces being exerted onto your baby during their journey into the world. A current study demonstrated that 90% of newborns suffered misalignments and associated strain through the neck and cranial areas following birth. Left uncorrected, these misalignments continue to impact the baby's spinal growth and development, reducing the healthy function of their nervous system.
Do you feel like you start your day ready to give it your all? Many people come to work thinking that it is going to be a 'bad' day, and then it goes downhill from there. So by mid-morning, they are at 50 percent or less from an outlook/attitude standpoint. I find that if you start your day at 100 percent-plus, then if things do go awry, you may only drop to 90 percent or 80 percent, which is a lot better than life in the 40 percent range.
Today we find more parents bringing their children to chiropractors for day-to-day health concerns we're all familiar with: colds, sore throats, ear infections, fevers, colic, asthma, tonsillitis, allergies, bed-wetting, infections, pains, falls, stomach-aches, and the hundred and one little and big things children go through as they grow up.
Chiropractors are known as back Doctors; Someone you go see for back pain or neck pain. While in fact, we are not back Doctors at all! Our specialty is the nervous system. Your nervous system consists of your brain, spinal cord, and nerves. Your nervous system is known as the "Master System" of the body. It is the system that controls all other systems.