If you suffer from epilepsy and are looking for natural relief, chiropractic care may be the way to go. Chiropractic is an all-natural, non-invasive practice where a chiropractor uses manual manipulation of your spine, helping to alleviate ailments such as epilepsy. There is no medication or surgery utilized. Studies have been done that show chiropractic has helped to alleviate the symptoms of epilepsy and prevent it from reocurring. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, you should check out The Joint …the chiropractic place in Lakewood Colorado Mills, CO. The chiropractors are licensed and effective, the rates are affordable and the office hours are convenient.
What Is Epilepsy And How Can Chiropractic Help To Alleviate It?
Epilepsy is a disorder of the central nervous system in which the sufferer may get periodic loss of consciousness and/or severe convulsions. A study was done where a nine-year-old girl with epilepsy had uncontrollable blinking in her left eye and fainting spells and she underwent chiropractic care. The patients eye twitching decreased immediately after her first upper cervical adjustment. And get this- her twitching stopped completely three weeks after her final adjustment and has not resurfaced for two years.
What’s So Great About The Joint in Lakewood, CO?
The Joint has a terrific chiropractor who has been trained to adjust all ages of people, from 0 and up. The rates are incredibly affordable. It only costs $19 for your first visit and there are membership rates as low as $12.25 per adjustment. The office hours are incredibly convenient, there is very little wait time and there is no appointment necessary!
What Else Can Chiropractic Help To Prevent And/Or Alleviate?
- The side effects of chemotherapy
- Joint pain
- Digestive Issues
Remember to consult your physician or chiropractor before taking any health advice.
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