Everyone encounters and adapts to stress. In fact, we as humans are really good at adapting to stress. Unfortunately, that stress can have detrimental effects on our spine.
Eventually, our bodies can lose their ability to adapt. At this point, we can develop dysfunction in the spine that can cause all kinds of detrimental effects to our nervous system. These areas of the spine that are fixated or misaligned are called subluxations. This can become a very big problem, because subluxations rob the potential of the nervous system to monitor and regulate virtually every process in your body. As long as subluxations exist in the spine, dysfunction can exist in the body.
In order to give the exact care you need, it is necessary to perform a series of diagnostic tests. At Limitless Chiropractic, we utilize X-rays, thermographic imaging, postural screens, functional screens, and palpation to find exactly where your subluxations are throughout your spine.
Full Spine Care
At Limitless Chiropractic, we understand that your spine can have subluxations in the absence of pain. Our goal is to optimize the function of the entire nervous system. In addition to adjusting pain-causing subluxations in certain areas of the spine, we examine the entire spine.
We detect and correct subluxations throughout your spine regardless of the symptom. This will promote your greatest potential to heal and function, ultimately expressing life to its greatest capacity.
Upper Cervical Care
The top two bones of the spine are also known as the atlas and axis. The atlas is named after the titan in Greek mythology that held up the sky, or world. In our bodies, the atlas is the top bone in the neck that holds up the skull. The atlas and axis are, arguably, the most important bones in the spine. The atlas surrounds the brainstem, which controls multiple vital functions of the body.
At Limitless Chiropractic, we focus special attention to the atlas and axis. We utilize a specific technique to detect and correct vertebral subluxation at this level, in addition to full spine adjusting.