about chiropracticIt is important to understand that our spine is the central pathway for communication between all aspects of out bodies namely muscles, connective tissue, organs and bones. Simple daily activities can cause misalignments in your spine which can interfere with your central nervous system.

A healthy body relies on a healthy nervous system, so giving a gentle chiropractic adjustment to these misalignments allows the body to function at an optimum level. This improves health and wellbeing by allowing the nervous system to process information more efficiently with less interference.

Chiropractic is a gentle, non-invasive way to restore the normal movement and position of the spine which inturn may alleviate a wide range of health concerns including back pain, head aches, digestive and respiratory disorders, lack of concentration, insomnia and neck pain. This is why athletes like Lance Armstrong get adjusted twice a day when competing in the Tour de France. You don’t need to be an athlete to get the benefits from chiropractic though. It is a safe, natural and drug free way to improve your wellbeing

Here at Lygon Chripractic we are happy to take a more traditional western medical approach and treat your sore knee or sore back (the symptom), but hopefully we can help to educate our patients in understanding that treating the symptom is often not a successful long term solution. Taking a preventative approach to one’s health on the other hand, is just that. This approach to health is known as predictive care. If you have health concerns and are serious about getting to the bottom of them, let us reassure you that you have come to the right place.

Chiropractic is the largest and fastest growing drug-free health care profession in the world which is tantamount to its safety and efficiency. It is important to remember that it is patient satisfaction driving the success of chiropractic and if you have any questions give the clinic or Dr Tyson Aldenhoven a call, as he will be happy to discuss any concerns you may have.