In chiropractics, there is a key theory of how the spine affects the nervous system. With in our spine is our spinal cord that helps facilitate activity in the body by sending messages from the brain. The most communicative organ, the spine is like a highway for creating the connection of the mind and body. Our brain and heart is everything and our spine is the connective factor that dictates our every function as human beings. Proper alignment of the spine affects everything we do. Just like any normal health regime, Chiropractics works best with consistency anywhere from 6 – 7 sessions can the client really start to see and feel the difference in their health and wellness. Meet Llyod, he will be offering his chiropractic at the peaks spa.
” Helping people to return from injury and reach their full potential in the activities they enjoy is why I became a chiropractor. However, after several years in practice I now realize that chiropractic is more than just injury recovery. You don’t have to be hurt to get adjusted. Receiving a chiropractic adjustment is the best way to optimize your body’s performance in all aspects of your life. Stress causes restrictions in your body that irritates your nervous system leading to pain and dysfunction. The adjustment clears out this restriction and stimulates your nerves, including your brain to function better. When a person’s (or animal’s) nervous system is functioning optimally they move, think, and live at their highest potential. That is my favorite part about being a chiropractor! My practice is available to your whole family. Adults, Kids of all ages, athletes at any level, animals large or small are all welcome and can benefit from chiropractic care.
I earned my doctorate from New York Chiropractic College in 2011 with an Advanced Certificate in Sports Science and Human Performance. While at NYCC I was a member of the sports club and was able to work with athletes from recreational races to elite events including the New Balance Collegiate Invitational, New York, NY, and the Millrose Games at Madison Square Garden, New York, NY. Continuing education is a very important part of my practice. I am always trying to improve my skills so I can be the best chiropractor possible. I have done this through advanced adjusting seminars, 210 hours of animal chiropractic training, and studying neural and visceral manipulation.”
Check out more info in Lloyds website: http://www.chiropractictelluride.com/about-us
February 8, 2017