A Fall can tear a ligament and create pain anywhere in your body!
A Fall can tear a ligament in the low back, mid back or even your neck. A Fall can create muscle spasms anywhere in your body. Ligaments are like the glue that keeps the body structures connected and stable. When the pain goes away after a fall, the ligament damage is still there creating other problems unless you have done something to repair the damaged ligaments! Hence 20-40 years later Alzheimer’s, Dementia and other crippling conditions show up! These conditions are all related to unresolved injuries from earlier years. Do you have unresolved falls or injuries brewing an aging disastrous condition now?
How do you fix the fall related problems?
The body has a built in mechanism ready to repair any damaged parts in the body at any time! What does the body need in order to repair and rebuild this damage from the fall?
The repair of the body’s boney structure has a specific alignment just like the alignment on the front end of your car. This body alignment is critical unless you want to wear out the structures the ligaments are attached to. In this country most people don’t take care of their body and have to replace joints because the cartilage wears out from unresolved injuries and abnormal wear over the years. The practice of Chiropractic Bio-Mechanics and Cranial Techniques focus on restoring the spinal and cranial structure to best balance possible this includes restoring ligament structures.
What Special Natural Foods Can Rebuild Damaged Tissues?
The body needs a shopping cart full of special foods, amino acids, minerals, enzymes, vitamins which are not available in today’s commercially grown foods. The body also needs to get rid of the toxins that were part of the damaged tissue plus any residue you have from your daily living habits? The structures that have ligament damage can repair naturally when your body gets natural treatments which means the brain and body get repaired together!
A complimentary consultation is your first step to resolve old troubling ligament issues!
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