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October 18, 2013

Pure Chiropractic Milledgeville renews body’s natural connections

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MILLEDGEVILLE —

“Typically, you either won’t have a problem, or your part will continue to heal once you release the power back to it,” Goss said. 

A healthy spine maintains three flowing curves from the neck, mid-back and lower back. Those curves mean no stress or strain on the spinal cord letting the brain efficiently communicate with the nervous system.

Life events displace the spinal bones thereby placing strenuous pressure on a given nerve feeding a vital body part, according to Goss.

“Sometimes that results in pain and sometimes it doesn’t,” she said. “You only feel 10 percent of your nervous system. By the time you have pain, you could have a tremendous problem in the 90 percent you don’t feel.”

Digestion, allergies and insomnia are just a few related issues that can disappear after adjustments.

The first spinal trauma happens during birth. Infants checked post-birth tend to not develop ear infections, sleeplessness and other common issues, according to Goss. 

“Many people don’t realize it’s not only appropriate to adjust children but it’s actually recommended,” Goss said. “We’ve found over time that if you can help keep a child healthy rather than wait for an adult to break down things just seem to work better.”

Pure runs a “family practice” with 80 percent of the visitors being entire families. The practice falls in line with a truly healthy lifestyle such as proper exercise, sleep and diet.

“Normal function” surprises people. Smith enjoys taking care of the incredible machine that is the body. 

“Believe it or not God made a body that can heal itself,” the chiropractor said. “There is not an organ, tissue or cell that’s not controlled by nerves so every part of the body when you get adjusted has an increased chance to heal. It’s a different concept. People are opening up to it.”

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