The origins of chiropractic care may be traced back thousands of years. Hippocrates, the Greek physician, published texts detailing the importance of chiropractic care.
In the United States, the practice of spinal manipulation gained momentum in the late nineteenth- century and in 1895, Daniel David Palmer founded the chiropractic profession in Davenport, Iowa. He later founded the Palmer School of Chiropractic, which to this day is one of the most prominent chiropractic colleges in the United States.
Today, doctors of chiropractic continue to gain support all over the world, and are considered pioneers in the field of non-invasive care promoting a science-based approach to a variety of ailments.
Chiropractic care provides many benefits including: a better night's sleep, more energy, and better nerve system function.
Joints that are not moving properly can cause serious misalignment known as subluxation. Adjustments are needed to restore proper function to these joints, which improves motion and helps the bones gradually return to a more normal position. Chiropractic adjustments train the vertebrae to maintain proper alignment and movement. Keeping your spine free of vertebral subluxations promotes a healthier body with less stress, more energy, and greater resistance to disease.
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