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A Stronger Immune System, Naturally

Woman with a cold

Prepare your immune system to protect your body.

A Healthy Digestive System Is Key

While many people have a fear of germs, our focus should instead be on improving our immune system. Your immune “organ” in your body is your digestive system. By maintaining a healthy diet, you can help prepare your immune system to protect your body.

What Harms Your Immune Powers?

  • Medications such as NSAIDs or Tylenol cause damage to your gut and your immune system.
  • Antibiotic therapies destroy the good antibodies in the colon.

So What Are You Supposed to Do?

Come see us!

We don’t want you to feel like you need or should take painkillers to get through the days, nights and periods of pain. That’s why we’re here. Rather than covering up your pain with medications, try to solve the cause of your pain through an adjustment.

Chiropractic adjustments boost the way your body performs, removing interference in your nervous system or your master control system. So if your body is functioning better, it’s naturally going to resist disease and help you maintain your health.

Feel Better, Perform Better

Through care, your immune response improves so you can heal quicker and get sick less often.

One study showed that athletes under chiropractic care three times a week for 12 weeks had an average of 17% improvement in their athletic function. By aligning your spine, you also can improve all the functions of your body.

We’ve Seen It with Our Own Eyes

My son who is now a chiropractor was adjusted when he was one day old, and my other son was adjusted when he was an hour old. Combined, throughout college they only missed five total days of school due to illness. Now 30 and 26 respectively, they continue to be the most healthy in their peer group due to maintaining their spine and not ingesting toxic medications and vaccinations!

Contact us to talk more about how we can help you live better and feel better!

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