How well do you adapt?

Posted November 9, 2010 @ 5:06pm | by Kori Mortenson

Scientists know that one of the things that distinguishes something that is alive from something that isn't, is its ability to adapt to its environment.  A rock doesn't adapt.  But we do if we're alive.

Moving out of the path of an approaching vehicle or squinting in the bright sun are adaptations.  These and the many other ways we adapt to our environment are governed by the integrity of our nerve systems - the focus of your chiropractic care.  Our interest in your spine is because it's the most vulnerable part of your nerve system.  Nerve interference along your spine can wreak havoc with your ability to adapt to your environment.

If chiropractic helps you with an ache or a pain, we're delighted.  Sometimes less obvious is its ability to help you adapt and optimally perform mentally, physically and socially... which is the true definition of being healthy!

 
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