Visiting a doctor when you’re feeling great is something new to many and is foreign to the traditional medical care model. Yet, a growing number of people who want to be and do their best are visiting chiropractors on a regular basis – to stay well, not just to get relief from their back or neck pain!
The First Symptom
Remember staying home from school when we were sick and returning when we were feeling better? We learned to think of being sick as having obvious symptoms. But these days, many health problems are the result of lifestyle choices that don’t always have obvious symptoms until the effects are well advanced.
The reverse is true as well. If you eat improperly prepared food and find yourself vomiting to expel it, you probably won’t feel good, but you’re having a healthy response.
Turns out that true health is how well our bodies work, not how we feel.
How well our body functions is based upon the integrity of our nervous system. Our ‘Mission Control’ is our brain that communicates to the body (organs, glands and muscles) via the delicate nerve network. It’s proper function is vitally dependent on the alignment and movement of the spinal column. That’s why so many seek our practice for wellness care. They want to make sure that they maintain proper spinal balance so that every organ and tissue has an uninterrupted nerve supply. It just makes sense to detect little problems before they become serious concerns.
At our Oakville Chiropractic clinic, true health is defined as optimum physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. Drinking more water, eating nutritious foods, regular exercise and virtually every other healthy habit, produce even bigger dividends when you have a properly working nervous system.
Although everyone wants to feel good, your care should not be based on whether
you have pain or other symptoms. Problems may exist without obvious symptoms…just like dental cavities, high blood pressure or heart disease. Don’t wait for obvious symptoms to appear (lose your health) before calling our office … Take action now to get a Wellness Check-up.