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Are You Misaligned?

When your spine is misaligned, it can cause your body to have to waste energy in order to compensate for those misalignments. These compensations can also result in muscle spasms that compress nerves. When your spine has been adjusted and the muscles return to their normal state, you will feel more energy from having these nerves no longer compressed.

Getting your spine aligned can improve your overall health, function and energy. When the spine is misaligned, it causes much more activity in the musculoskeletal system to compensate for that misalignment. This compensating uses up energy that could be used for other important body functions. As a result, you may experience fatigue from all the extra work your muscles are doing.

Spinal alignment is the positioning of your spinal column.  Alignment is important to maintain health, function and energy.  It keeps the spinal cord functioning as it is intended to, which will improve your quality of life.

Your spine is the center of your central nervous system.  It connects your brain with the rest of your body and allows you to move and feel as you wish.  When it is misaligned, other muscles have to work overtime in order to compensate.  The extra work on those muscles can cause fatigue.

The spine plays a central role in keeping the body balanced and aligned. Vertebrae are stacked on top of each other to form a column, creating a perfect support structure for movement. When the spine becomes misaligned, muscles must compensate for different sized vertebrae or misalignments. This extra work can result in aches and pains.

Your spine is the center of your body. It transfers the weight of your head, neck and upper body to your lower body, which can result in pain and discomfort in the lower back, hip and knee joints.

If you suffer from back and joint pain, chiropractic care may help. A chiropractor will evaluate your spine to check for misalignment, which can cause wear and tear in the bones and joints. If you’re experiencing low-back pain or knee, hip or joint pain in your legs, it may be time to see a chiropractor.