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Your Lifeline

to maintain open lines of communication between your brain and every organ, tissue, and cell in your body.

Your spine helps maintain open lines of communication between your brain and every organ, tissue, and cell in your body.

Your spine, made up of 24 movable bones that serve three main functions: (1) to protect your delicate spinal cord; (2) to form the support for your skeleton to help you stand upright; and (3) to maintain open lines of communication between your brain and every organ, tissue, and cell in your body. To perform its intended function, your spine must move freely.

Perhaps you’re experiencing difficulty walking, keeping your back straight, or wake up each morning with a stiff neck or stiff back. These are all symptoms of loss of spinal function. Signs of spinal stress may be so subtle that you’re not even aware of their presence. Or you may be so accustomed to these symptoms that you no longer pay much attention to them. Unlike a banged elbow, a nerve injury may not cause an immediate symptom. It is far more common for patients to experience progressive nerve damage over time.

Delaying the correction of a subluxation, failure to exercise regularly, or neglecting an old injury can contribute to a decrease in function of your spinal nerves. Sometimes “hidden” damage to your nerves can occur without pain. That’s right; nerves don’t always speak the language of “pain.” Over time, uncorrected subluxations or advanced spinal degeneration conditions can lead to partial or even complete malfunction.

Don’t gamble with your spinal health. After all, your spine keeps you moving, healthy, upright, and alive! Your spine is your lifeline; anything this important deserves the best of care and attention. That’s chiropractic.

Call Waterford MI chiropractor, Dr. Miller today, and discover the change chiropractic can bring!

 

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Discover what Waterford’s “Top” Chiropractor can do for you and your family!

Call us at 248-674-7300 or visit us at www.ChiropractorWaterford.com.

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