Adjustments Are Important For The Wellness Of Nervous System

By: Dr. Shane Davidson DC

This winter, we will encounter slick roads from ice, slush, sleet, and snow. Our roads will become snow-packed and slick. Safe driving is best accomplished by driving when the roads are clear.

When there are blockages on the road, the road has less traffic or no traffic. This stops you from getting from point A to point B, and it is difficult to drive safely. Whether there is snow, sleet, slush, or ice, driving can seem quite overwhelming. The moment those blockages are lifted, you can travel with ease. The same thing applies to our central nervous system. That is why adjustments are necessary. Contact our Lincoln chiropractor today to schedule an appointment.

Ice can be hidden underneath the snow that has been packed down from the heavier vehicles and may be unseen. Just because we cannot see it does not mean it is not there. But, when our wheels hit the ice, we definitely feel it as we do our best to control our vehicle as it slips and slides on the road—the body tenses as we try to stay on the road in our lane and control the vehicle.

These are known as physical stressors within the body. Physical stress on the body is also caused by trauma that may occur due to accidents. When the pathways have not cleared, the road cannot function as normal. The same can be said for the functioning of your nervous system. When the nerves are subluxated or blocked, the function is minimal, or zero and the body begins to be dysfunctional. For our body to function in tip-top shape, our nervous system must have optimal health. Anything that’s blocking the pathways can hinder your efficiency, productivity, and functionality. That is why adjustments are necessary.

With a Lincoln chiropractor, you can work with your body inside and out to release anything that’s blocking the pathways.

You want to drive from point A to point B: This is the message from the brain to the spinal cord and to the part of the body that needs to function.

The roads are clogged with snow, slush, & ice: This represents the subluxations within your nervous system, which is causing dysfunction and/or little function.

Some roads are closed: When the nerve pathway is fully subluxated, there is zero function.

The roads are plowed: With each adjustment, Dr. Shane administers, he is clearing the subluxations and freeing nerve pathways from the spinal cord from the brain enhancing function.

You can now drive from point A to point B: The subluxations are clearing, the pathways are open, and neuroplasticity is taking place within the body. You are able to live your best life.

Clear The Pathways In Lincoln

There is more to chiropractic care than meets the eye. The team at Novo Chiropractic Lincoln can produce a consistently positive effect on brain function. When you are driving in an unsafe environment, an accident can make your body tense. 

The more effort you put into controlling the vehicle, the tenser the muscles become. These are physical stressors. When the pathways are blocked, like the case with subluxated nerves, people can experience dysfunction. That’s where a spinal adjustment with a Lincoln chiropractor becomes necessary.

Experts estimate that a chiropractic treatment influences biomechanical spine movements, proprioceptive processing and can directly impact the “pain matrix.” In other words, this alternative form of treatment can alter the patient’s perception of pain. Therefore aiding with discomfort and aches. 

What you need to know is that chiropractic care is more than just an alternative pain treatment. It can clear the subluxations and free up the pathways of the nerves. This is a key factor in alleviating brain function. So, if you are dealing with neck, headaches, back, muscle, or joint pain, you might want to consider booking an appointment with one of our Lincoln chiropractors. 

Depending on the severity of the health problem you are dealing with, our treatment can help you get back on your feet in no time.

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Dr. Shane Davidson Lincoln, NE Chiropractor
Doctor of Chiropractic
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