Decreases Inflammation, A Big Cause of Pains

What do you think of when you think of inflammation?

Do you think of the RICE method — rest, ice, compress and elevate?

Well, that’s effective if you’ve had a sports injury, for sure.

But what about those ongoing pains and symptoms that you’ve had, the chronic headaches or chronic neck pain or fibromyalgia that have been going on for years that are dealing with inflammation?

It’s not that we want to treat the symptoms, because that’s not going to fix the problem.

Rather, we want to restore the body’s own healing process.

What Is Inflammation?

Inflammation is a God-given mechanism in the body for healing.

If you cut your skin, it’s inflammation that mends the skin that occurs in all the tissues of the body.

We want to restore the way the body is healing.

The brain drives and coordinate every single function that the body does, including your healing process.

Whether it be the dozen years of care that I did in California are now here in Indiana with over a couple thousand patients, we have worked with people to correct the atlas restore the way the brain is communicating with the body to restore your body’s natural healing process.

Correcting this is a part of that process.

Then we also look at inflammation in the body from a nutritional standpoint and see if there are any deficiencies that might be limiting your body’s healing process.

If you have questions about inflammation or how we can help you to heal and not rely on those darn pills that you’ve been taken, then reach out to us here at atlasspinalcare.com or give us a call, and we’d be happy to chat with you.

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