Are You Looking for A Progressive Gilbert Chiropractor?

Are You Looking for A Progressive Gilbert Chiropractor?

If you’re tired of feeling sick and tired, then it might be time to look into the largest, drugless healing profession on the planet – chiropractic! Since you’re already looking for a chiropractor in your area, maybe this article will be better time spent for you defining what qualifies a great chiropractor. If you ask your friends, it may be that many of them are already seeing one themselves. It may also be true that they are not all seeing the same one. If they are, then your answer is clear. However, you may not have a good referral so you’re looking for answers for yourself.

Chiropractic has been around since its discovery in 1895. Since then, much has changed. One of the biggest shifts has occurred in more recent times when there was a shift in understanding about what this profession is all about. See, for the longest time, the public – mostly through poor education by the chiropractic community – had an impression that chiropractors were ‘bone doctors’. More specifically, chiropractors were concerned with bones of the spine. While this is true, it isn’t because of the bones themselves, but because of the system that the bones protect – the nervous system!

It is the nervous system, your brain and spinal cord, that have their own bony protection. No other system in your body has this level of protection. Your ribs protect all of the organs in your body, heart, lungs, liver, etc., but they do this as one whole area.

What chiropractors do is assess the relationship between your spine, your nervous system and your life. One of the more progressive styles is Network Chiropractic or its more updated name, Network Spinal Analysis. This methodology was introduced in the early 1980s by Donald Epstein, D.C. and has been evolving ever since.

You can receive the benefits of Network Chiropractic from Gilbert chiropractor Dr. Michael J. Funicello. His office, Infinite Healing Arts Center, is conveniently located and accessible in Gilbert, Arizona.

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