The role of the chiropractor is not to help with (“cure”) disease, nor instant pain relief - though this can and often does
occur during the course of care; but rather, the goal of chiropractic is to return the individual to a normal,
natural state. When this goal is achieved, the neurological and mechanical processes of the body have the
potential to function optimally again. The body does really heal itself - Chiropractic care promotes the natural state,
or homeostasis, of the body so that it can begin to regenerate and heal. This healing has a twofold effect -
the realignment of the spine can restore normal join motion which in turn can reduce pain. In addition,
and surprisingly, it can also restore neurological functioning that has been impaired due to spinal issues.
There are no symptoms or diseases that chiropractic care treats, but a highly functioning nervous system can in turn
allow all bodily process and functions to perform at their best - possibly eliminating long time discomfort and symptoms.