Too many times we try to come up with a quick solution to our problems. A friend needs advice? We cut them off with a quick, ill-fitting answer. Child gets a scraped knee? Here’s a band-aid.
And when it comes to our own health or wellness, we have a medicine cabinet full of answers to any aches or pains. But surely it would be better to dig down and discover what is CAUSING those aches and pains.
After all, pain is the nervous system’s way of alerting you that there is a problem. What should you do with that information? Mask that ache or pain with ibuprofen or another drug?
How about using that symptom as a puzzle piece on your way to the root cause?
Once that root cause is identified, a plan of action can be put into place, and you can be on your way to being a much happier, healthier person.
In this episode, you will discover:
- Suffering is optional
- “As the twig is bent, so grows the tree.”
- Your very own Spiderman suit
- It’s all about interference
- More than popping, cracking and twisting
No organ system in your body is more important than your nervous system. It is comprised of the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves that connect to every cell or group of cells in the body.
The nervous system controls every movement we make, it allows us to sense and feel, controls and regulates all body functions and it relates us to the world around us. The human nervous system requires a great deal of respect, and a misalignment of the spine can result in:
- Blood Pressure problems
- Digestive problems
Meet Dr. Matt Hunt
Dr. Matt Hunt has committed his entire professional career to identifying and implementing programs and procedures that offer safe, effective and clinically-proven methods of regaining health, function and quality of life. “I am dedicated to the service and care of my patients, ranging from a newborn to the elderly, and am currently seeing patients all over Oklahoma.”
Connect with Dr. Matt at: huntspinalcare.com or call Hunt Spinal Care at (918) 459-0333.
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