Is my child too young?

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Over the years, a number of medical scientists have even conducted research suggesting that defects (vertebral subluxations) were the cause of certain cases of cot death. Today, a lot of parents are convinced that vaccines filled with mercury, aluminium, antifreeze and a number of other toxins can make a child healthier. “These same parents are convinced by traditional media sources and other medical propaganda that chiropractic is a danger to our children.” says Justin the Chiropractor at The Right Chiro.

Why do I need a chiropractor….

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Sometimes clients will claim that they can see that there are subluxations in their spine. They can often feel muscle pain and other soft tissues that may have been damaged, but the possibility of a client identifying the location of a subluxation is, to say the least, very unlikely. So how do you know you have vertebral subluxation and why would you need a chiropractor?

Is chiropractic just for back pain?

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Many people seem to have strong misconceptions about the chiropractic profession. From medical doctors, physiotherapist, beauticians, bakers to your neighbour, people seem to have no idea what a chiropractor actually does, yet they will do anything to tell others that chiropractic is based on quackery and that it can be dangerous to a person’s wellbeing. 

How does the internet work within your body?

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We know many people regularly upgrade their internet at home to include different options, like ziggo sports. It’s because of this we thought it would be a good idea to inform you and other members of our community about another important connection that needs to be closely monitored, your connection to your ability to heal.

Is your car in a better condition than you are?

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Have you ever noticed that most people take very good care of their car? Do you take just as good care of your body as you do your car? I would bet not, like many people. I have found it amazing that so many people I have spoken with over the years have shown the same amazing attitude: my car comes first.

Going back(pack) to school and what you should know

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Every September (January if you are in the southern hemisphere) young children and teens return to school with clumsy, bulky backpacks strapped over their shoulders. Your children fill these backpacks so full (with all the books they need) that it causes tremendous physical strain on their shoulders and spinal columns.

Are you being held captive by your pain?

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Stop being a captive to your pain and start living a happier, healthier and more fulfilled life. Right now your body is working as hard as it can to help you keep going, to keep you functioning “normally”. Like you it is trapped, trapped in a state of poor function and compensation patterns.

What is Subluxation and how does it affect me?

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A vertebral subluxation occurs when one or more vertebrae in your spine move out of their ideal position and/or when there is a restriction of movement between two vertebral joints. This is typically caused by your body’s reaction to stress in your environment (we will dive deeper into this later). This causes interference in the function of the nervous system, and can cause increased physical and chemical stress in the tissues surrounding the area.

What is Subluxation and how does it occur?

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A vertebral subluxation occurs when one or more vertebrae in your spine move out of their ideal position and/or when there is a restriction of movement between two vertebral joints. This is typically caused by your body’s reaction to stress in your environment (we will dive deeper into this later). This causes interference in the function of the nervous system, and can cause increased physical and chemical stress in the tissues surrounding the area.

Who is the conductor of health in your body, how do they work?

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How do you, and your body, keep track of your surroundings? With your nervous system. Your nervous system is the master coordinator of your body. It functions like the conductor in an orchestra, making sure all the right notes (messages) are being played (sent) by the right instruments (specific cells, tissues and organs) at the right time. When this is done well you have a beautiful melody, and when it is done incorrectly it is painful to hear.

How do you know your baby is experiencing stress?

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It is always tough with babies that are less than a year old. They cannot communicate in any other way than emotional outbursts, namely crying. This causes stress for you and for the little one, but why are they crying? How do you know what is causing the issue? WHat kind of stress can your little one really be under?

7 tips to support your immune system

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Your immune system protects your body, and is made up of multiple organs, cells and proteins. It is the second most complex system in your body, and works intimately with your nervous system. It is typically activated when you have a foreign substance or pathogen in or on your body.

How does your body change with a chiropractic correction?

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How does chiropractic work? How is chiropractic different from other manual professions? Why should I choose chiropractic? Do any of these questions sound familiar to you? A common problem, even though chiropractic has been around for more than a century already, is that people (like you) don’t know what chiropractic does and why it is so important.

Make it a Chiropractic Healthy New Year!

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First it was the last piece of work you had to complete quickly and then the holidays could begin. Then before you know it, Christmas and New Years celebrations have come and gone. You probably spent more than you can and ate and drank more than is good for you. So it’s time again for good intentions and for a firm hand.