Chiropractic is not about relieving back pain, neck pain or even headaches. It’s about restoring function to your nervous system which coordinates every bodily function. People of all ages and walks of life, from differing professions and backgrounds experience amazing improvements with their health and wellness through the use of consistent chiropractic care. It does not matter what you have, or even if you are “symptom free” you can benefit greatly from a properly working nervous system and balanced spine.
We here at Austin Life Chiropractic have seen people within hours of being born to the last moments of their life experience an increased quality of life through the chiropractic adjustment. People may have just been injured, say from a cross fit challenge or a car wreck or they may have had chronic years of pain and suffering. This may change the frequency and duration of care, it may also determine how long it will take you to see results with your chiropractic care, but the outcome is the same. An increased capacity of the nervous system = better health = increased performance = more mobility = greater self-awareness = enhanced immune system function = proper organ function = more energy = a better attitude = happier human being with more capability to do the things they love!
Steve and JJ – coming since 2006 and continue to see the benefits. It’s helped them with their allergies, sports injuries, sleep, stress, hormone fluctuations (JJ) and general aches.
The Checki family has been coming in for years as well and brings in the whole family! The benefits they observed ranged from recovery of repetitive work and sports injuries (the father), allergies, low back, carpal tunnel, and sciatic pain. With the children they noticed better focus and attitude, allergy improvement, normalization of bowel movements, and a heightened ability to fight off colds and flus.
Look at one of our oldest practice members she can still touch her toes at 95 and 4 generations of her family come in to Austin Life Chiropractic regularly!