Secrets of the Spine
After your brain, your spine is the most important part of your body. We also know from research studies that spinal function impacts and changes brain function. This video series explores the secrets of the spine.
If you are visiting your chiropractor today because you have a symptom, such as pain, it is important to understand that troublesome symptoms don’t appear out of thin air.
Did you know there is a stack of scientific research that has demonstrated chiropractic care can positively affect many different aspects of health and function?
Research studies have shown that improving the function of your spine can not only help your brain see what’s going on in your spine but what’s going on in your arms.
Do you work out at the gym wanting to get strong? If you do you may be fascinated to know about this study, because the way your spine works actually influences how strong you are.
Scientific studies have shown that chiropractic adjustments can change the brain – the most likely taking place in an area of the brain called the pre-frontal cortex.
After years of research we know that spinal function impacts and changes brain function. Scientists call the changes that happen in our brains neural plastic changes.
The research on subclinical pain is showing us is that even just mild recurring spinal problems, even on days you feel no pain, can also alter how your brain functions.
Did you know that chiropractic spinal adjustments can change the way your cerebellum functions? The cerebellum is known as the ‘little brain’ within your brain.
The ancient Greeks knew that movement and physical exercise was good for your brain. Modern scientists have also shown that it is one of the keys to promoting a healthy brain.
Did you know that this super-important part of your brain, the prefrontal cortex, is the most vulnerable part of your brain to the negative impacts of stress?