The specialization of Steadfast Chiropractic is neurologically-based chiropractic care. Chiropractic is a non-invasive, holistic and all-natural healthcare approach. A chiropractor looks at a person’s well-being in terms of their entire body, rather than just the area where symptoms manifest. Your nervous system controls and coordinates all of the cells, tissues, muscles and organs in your body. Small misalignments in the spine can affect the nervous system’s performance, greatly reducing your quality of life. If left uncorrected for long enough periods of time, those small misalignments can contribute to or cause numerous health issues.

The focus in our office is to locate and correct any nerve interference that you may have. Nerve interference, also referred to as a vertebral subluxation complex, is commonly the underlying issue of many bodily dysfunctions, ranging from neuromuscular to cellular conditions. In almost all cases, the body needs no help, just no interference! It is Dr. Andrew’s job to identify any neurospinal dysfunction, make any necessary adjustments, then give your body time to heal. Chiropractic is not the treatment of a condition, it is the correction of the root cause. Chiropractic works to actively correct these issues by conducting complete and thorough analysis, often followed by gentle, specific adjustments of the spine. 

The ultimate goal is to restore the incredible natural healing abilities of the human body. This is accomplished by getting all of the systems in your body working together properly, all of which are controlled and coordinated by the central nervous system!



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