Debunking The Top 5 Chiropractic Myths
Chiropractic is the world’s largest drugless health profession and continues to change and transform millions of lives for the better. However, along the way, a handful of myths have emerged that inhibit people’s understanding and therefore the inclusion of chiropractic into their regular health creating routine. Let’s put these misunderstandings to rest and help millions more experience the incredible benefits that come from a clear brain – body connection.
Chiropractic is for backs.
The most common notion is that chiropractic is “good for bad backs” and nothing could be further from the truth. While it is true, if you have a condition or challenge that is a sign of diminishing health, chiropractic care will enhance your body’s ability to recover from that condition. However, if you’re using chiropractic as a treatment, you’re getting less than 1% of the benefit and wasting all the rest!
Chiropractic is a cure-all.
Instead of backs, some people think chiropractic is a treatment for EVERYTHING from headaches, colic, asthma, heart disease and even cancer. Chiropractic is not a “cure-all;” in fact, it’s not a “cure-any.”
Once you go, you need to go forever.
Anything that is good for you should be done forever. If you learned what foods were best to fuel your body and be well, would you eat them for a short time or forever? Are you addicted to brushing your teeth or do you choose to keep them clean because you understand the inherent value in doing so?Let’s just say it’s a good thing people don’t think the same thing about showering!
You will know when you need an adjustment.
The danger of this myth is that you cannot feel a spinal misalignment and the interference it creates in the nerve system. This imbalance that chiropractic corrects alters communication, affects health, and it all happens without the presence of symptoms.
Chiropractic is for adults only.
Once you understand what chiropractic is truly about – you’ll realize the most important person to be under the chiropractic care is a child. Since chiropractic is not a therapy but a vital part of a healthy lifestyle and, since you can never know if you need an adjustment without being checked for pressure on the nerve system, make the proactive choice. Invest in your family’s long-term well-being by making time for everyone to have their nerve system checked and chiropractic delivered if needed.
Now we’d like to hear from you. What other myths about chiropractic have you heard? How do you respond when someone tells you one of these myths? Did you at one time believe one of these myths to be true?
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