Over 200 peer-reviewed research papers prove that Corrective Chiropractic care – through the Chiropractic BioPhysics (CBP) technique – can help alleviate, or dramatically improve a wide range of health conditions you may be suffering from.
Aside from back pain, neck pain, and headache relief, patients worldwide have reported that the CBP technique has addressed dozens of other health conditions, too.
How Can Chiropractic Help Improve Your Health?
As you know, the brain and nervous system control every function of a human body. This includes both the voluntary functions (such as movement of the limbs, talking, etc.), and involuntary functions (such as breathing, heart beat, and metabolic processes).
When the spine is misaligned through poor postural habits, auto accidents, sports injuries, or even birth trauma, the delicate nerves flowing out of the spine are stretched or pinched. This is known as “nerve interference” and it severely cuts down on the amount of nerve energy reaching your limbs and organs from your brain.
Through time, the decreased or interrupted nerve flow to your vital organs start showing up as disease. You may find yourself popping acid reflux pills in the mornings, drinking an extra cup of coffee in the afternoons, and popping more pills just to be able to sleep. These are all conditions that can be addressed simply by realigning your spine.
Chiropractic BioPhysics has helped patients with:
- Back and Neck Pain
- Headache / Migraines
- Postural Deformities
- Shoulder Pain
- Trouble Sleeping
- Low Metabolism
- High Blood Pressure
- Acid Reflux / GERD
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Frozen Shoulder
- Disc Herniation
Back Pain • Neck Pain • Scoliosis • Auto Accidents
Leaders in the Field
The PostureWorks Co-Founders, Drs. Jason Miller and Scott Levin, serve as Instructors for Chiropractic BioPhysics Seminars, and Dr. Miller serves as a board member for CBP NonProfit Research. PostureWorks is not only sought out by patients looking to receive the best treatment possible but by students and doctors competing for spots in the PostureWorks Preceptor and Residency Programs.