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What does the Chiropracter in Castle Hill do?

A common question for the Castle Hill Chiropractor is ‘what do you do’? So we’ve thrown together a 101 to help you get an idea of what the practice is all about. As one of the fastest growing health professions in the world, such insights about this natural healthcare system are bound to become more valuable.

In a nutshell, the Chiropracter in Castle Hill is concerned with the influence the muscular-skeletal system has on the nervous system. The nervous system is essentially our hardwiring, with the Central Nervous System (CNS), or control centre of the body, being found in the brain and spinal cord. Everything in the body is connected through these nerves, or wires if you will.

It’s been scientifically shown that when there’s an issue with the spine, nerves traveling out from that level of the spine cannot work right.

For your trivia, the Chiropracter in Castle Hill have helped us throw together a list of the 6 divisions of the nervous system:

 

  1. Central nervous system (CNS) – like the central processing unit of a computer, the brain and spinal cord receive all kinds of information from the body and about the environment, helping to regulate behaviour and activity accordingly.

 

  1. Peripheral nervous system – communicates between the CNS and body tissues. This is made up of 12 pairs of cranial nerves (from the brain) and 31 pairs of spinal nerves.

 

  1. Somatic division – nerves concerned with skeletal muscles and skin, and the voluntary control of these. These can be sensory and motor nerves.

 

  1. Autonomic division – or sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves.

 

  1. Sympathetic nerves – speed up or slow down bodily activity. You may recognise this by the term ‘flight or fight’ response, which is automatically activated.

 

  1. Parasympathetic nerves – oppose the activity of the sympathetic nerves.

 

But, what does the Chiropracter in Castle Hill actually do? Their primary job is to locate the part of the spine associated with the nerves that aren’t working quite right. Once this part on the spine is found, it now makes sense to say that correcting this will in turn allow the nerves coming out of here to work as they should.

The Chiropracter in Castle Hill totally recognises that there are pretty much always other factors in play, including blood-flow.

If you visit a the Chiropracter in Castle Hill, or anywhere for that matter, you’re bound to run into the term ‘subluxation’. What on earth is this? This refers to the misalignment of the spine that links to a range of health problems.

To a lot of people, this isn’t exclusively used in the context of dislocation, however to our Chiropracter in Castle Hill, this is looked at in a greater complexity. There are multiple things in play, including…

 

  • Inflammation and scar tissue that come with injury to a joint
  • Incorrect motion
  • Muscle spasms
  • Nerve interference

 

When a joint in the spine is injured and not working as it should, the nerves traveling out from this point won’t work right, which can affect all the tissue you have around those nerves.

When this happens, the greatest example given by our Chiropracter in Castle Hill, is in liking it to something we can all relate to in the current day, phone reception.

We can all relate to the experience of trying to speak to someone on the other end when we’re in a bad area and it’s all breaking up. Similarly, signals from the brain and spine just don’t get through.

Pay a visit to a practice like this and try subluxation for yourself if you are experiencing any of these issues.