Living is adapting, and the better you can adapt the better you live, and the longer you live.

The primary means by which we adapt to our environment is through our spine (nerve system). A stimulus is perceived by your nerve system, sent along those nerves, to your brain. Your brain then processes the stimulus and elicits a response. This response is then sent back over your nerve system and you react to your environment; you adapt to your environment.

As long as that pathway is clear, open, and connected, you will be able to adapt to the very best of your ability. If there is any interference in that pathway (via vertebral subluxation) then you won’t be able to adapt to the best of your ability. It’s that simple.

Vertebral subluxation robs you of the ability to properly and totally interact, and adapt, to your environment. This reduces your quality of life, and in theory also reduces your quantity of life. Simply put, if you want to live the highest quality of life possible, and the longest life possible, then having your spine checked for vertebral subluxation is a must. No questions; if you want to live the best life possible you need to be getting your spine checked regularly.

That’s what we’re here for. That is our sole objective: to locate, analyze, and assist in the correction of vertebral subluxation, so you can live life to the fullest.

Much love – until next time!

  • Dr. Jen