True Source Chiropractic envisions a world of natural health and healing from within and where every individual reflects health as their most valuable asset. Chiropractic health care focuses primarily on the function of the nervous system and its relation to overall health. The principle of chiropractic emphasizes that the body is a self-regulating, self-healing organism and that body function is controlled and coordinated by the brain, spinal cord, and the nerves that branch throughout the body. We will objectively assess the nervous system by utilizing innovative technology (CLA INSiGHT scans) that measures HRV (heart rate variability), sEMG (surface electromyography), and RT (rolling/surface thermography). The purpose of chiropractic care is not to treat any condition or disease; rather, it is the restoration of normal body function. As chiropractors, we work with the nervous system via spinal adjustments. We reduce stress related interference to the nervous system, thereby enhancing overall body function. All the systems of the body — circulatory, digestive, eliminatory, hormonal, glandular, immunological, muscular, reproductive, respiratory, and skeletal — depend on the optimal function of the nervous system. True Source Chiropractic is dedicated to promoting chiropractic education to the public as well as to provide quality chiropractic care to every family.
It may be difficult to imagine that a child would need chiropractic care. They seldom complain of chronic pain the way adults do and their bodies appear to be made of rubber in the way they bounce back from injury. The truth is, children’s bodies are under a lot of stress while they are in a state of development and keeping them healthy requires maintenance.
Stress and trauma to the body and spine commonly begin with the birthing process. Infant’s spines can easily become misaligned from the intense pressure involved in both natural and Cesarean births. Unfortunately, other than crying, they have no way of communicating their pain, and it’s source, to us. Throughout infancy they may sleep in awkward positions, and occasionally take a tumble. As children, they grow into toddlers who strain, and twist, and fall, while learning to crawl and walk. Luckily, they are very resilient and can take a lot of impact, but it is not uncommon for these injuries to develop into patterns of movement that will greatly affect their neuromusculoskeletal system over time.