Neurology has been the core of the Chiropractic profession since its very beginning. But only in the past couple of decades have advances in clinical neuroscience allowed us to understand how chiropractic treatments affect the nervous system and how these functional imbalances within the nervous system effect the musculoskeletal system, contribute to the spinal subluxation and consequent symptoms commonly seen in the chiropractic clinic.
As a chiropractor, I excel in my ability to detect subtle differences in musculoskeletal structure and function.
As a chiropractor with extensive education and clinical experience in the field of neurology, I utilize these same skills to detect subtle functional imbalances within the nervous system in order to determine a more precise detection and location of spinal subluxations and dysfunctions within the musculoskeletal system.
The ability to detect the root causes spinal subluxations and musculoskeletal dysfunctions leads to a more precise and shorter treatment plan, faster recovery, and positive long lasting results.