Chiropractic is concerned with the relationship between the structure (primarily the spine) and function (primarily coordinated by the nervous system) of your body and how that relationship affects your health. In the late 1800s, Daniel David (D.D.) Palmer, who founded Palmer College, researched this relationship. His hypotheses and subsequent discoveries laid the groundwork for modern chiropractic healthcare.
No part of your body escapes the dominance of your nervous system. Improper function of the spine due to slight misalignments—called subluxations—can cause poor health or function, even in areas far removed from the spine and spinal cord itself. Misalignments can also reduce the ability of your body to adapt to its ever-changing environment. Even the slightest malfunction of your spine may alter the regular transmission of nerve impulses, preventing that portion of your body from responding optimally.
Physical imbalances can be the cause of any disease.
Dr. Schneider will do a physical exam.
He will determine what physical imbalances are contributing to your condition
Dr. Schneider will develop a customized treatment just for your condition.
Chiropractic adjustments take many forms, not just manipulation.
Dr. Schneider is trained in:
*Cox Flexion Distraction