To Be Or Not To Be…
Adjusted, that is.
We don’t just assume in this office that you need to be adjusted as soon as you walk in. In fact, as a practitioner that specifically works with the upper cervical spine and the importance of it, I actually find it a little bit insulting that we would just assume when you come in that you have a neurological compromise and that you need an adjustment.
In this office, every single time a patient walks in, we utilize this tool called computerized infrared thermography, and much like an EKG measures the function of the heart and an EEG measures the function of the brain, this tool actually measures the function of the central nervous system so that we know whether you need to be adjusted or not.
The key to unlocking someone’s health potential is knowing when someone needs to be adjusted and why we get so many good results because let’s just think about this for a minute.
The adjustment itself is a little bit traumatic in nature, and it’s a force being put into the spine, much like a force being put into the spine from the bumper of a car or from another trauma you may have experienced in life. The difference between it being a trauma and it being positive for the body is knowing when and more importantly, where that adjustment needs to take place. We really pride ourselves on the “when.”
So the question truly is to be or not to be adjusted.