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This week I really wanted to focus on all of the different things that chiropractic care can help with. While it still remains a bit of a black sheep in the realm of medicine, chiropractic care is just as valid as any other form of medicine that you need a degree to practice. The implications of what this type of care can do are vast and I think it’s high time we talked about some of them.
While most people seem to think that chiropractic care is only good for cracking bones in your back that you can’t get to yourself, it really does have so much more that can be fixed by some appointments. For example, a woman I know has three children and the youngest was developing at a perfectly normal rate except when it came to movement. The pediatrician wanted her to put her child on medication and give him regular injections. Not only could she not afford these due to her insurance not covering them, but she didn’t like the idea of giving her one year old needles every week. She was mentioning this to some friends and I happened to mention that maybe chiropractic care could help. After all, there have been studies done which show that it can help children to nurse, so it isn’t a far stretch. Well, a year later and no one would ever know that this energetic two year old ever had trouble moving around and she couldn’t be happier.
It has been shown that chiropractic care can help improve your immune system, assist in breathing issues, and may even help with things like certain allergies. The research in the world of chiropractic care has just begun in regards to what it can and cannot do, so we may very well discover that there are thousands of things that can be helped with chiropractic care that previously were only treatable through things like injections and surgery.
If you have a disorder or disease that has not shown improvement with other forms of treatment, why not come into Wirth Chiropractic and see if we can help? After all, even if you get a little bit of pain relief out of it and nothing else, I think we could still call that a win!

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