Introduction to Chiropractic
This video series is the perfect way to understand why chiropractic care may help you and your family.
Beginners Guide to Chiropractic
In this first introductory video we explore what chiropractic is all about, and how it works, then we briefly explore the evidence informed effects of chiropractic care.
How the Brain Perceives the World
Did you know that your brain and central nervous system are constantly changing? It’s quite amazing – from one day to the next your brain is not the same.
Chiropractic Affects your Brain
Your brain receives information about your body from the environment and your organs. Did you know that the muscles in your body are also sensory organs?
If you have visited different chiropractors you probably noticed there were some differences. Chiropractors can study and learn many different techniques.
Safety of Chiropractic Care
Some people think that chiropractic adjustments might be harmful or dangerous. We review the research literature on this topic to see what the science actually says.
Healthcare should be based on research, the experience of your provider, and your wishes and values. You deserve to know the scientific facts about your health care.
What is that Popping Sound?
If you have been adjusted before by a chiropractor you may have noticed a strange popping sound. Don’t worry – it is just the formation of gas within a joint.
Who sees a Chiropractor?
More and more people are now going to see a chiropractor, but you may be surprised to know exactly why chiropractic care is becoming so much more popular.
Visiting a Chiropractor
When you first see a chiropractor, you might wonder how often you need to visit. It depends dependent on your condition and their recommended care plan.
Stress Affects your Health
If you have experienced a traumatic event, the experience could have affected your health and well-being as stress impacts your brain in a very specific way.
About half of the patients that visit their chiropractor do so because they want to maintain their health and well-being, This is what we call maintenance care.
Monitor Your Health (Heart Rate Variability)
Most people know that having a healthy heart rate is very important. You don’t want your heart to beat too fast and you don’t want it to beat too slow.