We believe the body has the power to heal. In fact its job is to maintain homeostasis, which means a state of balance and normal function. In order to maintain health, we must create an environment for health, with optimal movement, optimal diet, and optimal mindset. In the words of Dr. James Chestnut “Eat well, Move well, Think well!” Health is not an accident and neither is disease. It is predictable when we create the right environment for the body.
Many health conditions are linked to improper nerve function and spinal irritation called a vertebral subluxation. These conditions arise from nerves exiting the head and neck (cervical), mid-back (thoracic), and lower back (lumbar and sacral). Chiropractors correct vertebral subluxations and allow the body to restore healing potential.
Through chiropractic care, proper nutrition, and reinforcing our powerful minds, we can restore the healing power of our own bodies and recover from many conditions. The science of chiropractic is moving at a rapid pace and our office remains grounded in the principles while utilizing the most up to date technologies and techniques to get powerful results fast. Many people are now using chiropractors for reasons beyond neck pain relief or back pain relief and getting phenomenal results. Some examples of conditions we commonly see in our office are TMJ and TMJD, Migraines, Headaches, Ear Infections, Neck Pain, Low Back Pain, Sciatica, Vertigo, Asthma, and Carpal Tunnel.
Our Carlsbad chiropractic office specializes in several techniques from gentle low force to the more traditional osseous adjustments, depending on the condition and the patient. Every case is different and requires a different strategy. Neck pain treatment can look very different from back pain treatment, which looks very different from migraine treatment. Chiropractic adjustments look different for an infant than they do for a young athlete, and different again for the aging population. Each requires an understanding of the stresses placed on the body and the structures involved, while taking into account other factors like stress and how long the pain has been going on for.