The doctors at Balanced Chiropractic have years of success treating neck and back pain, with over 90% success in cases.

Our main focus is on restoring optimal communication between the brain and the body.  This specifically happens at the Atlas (C1) and Axis (C2) vertebrae; these upper bones in the neck play a crucial role in the connection. Misalignments here can lead to widespread spinal compensation resulting in a twisted, tilted or hunched posture, also known as a short leg. These misalignments can contribute to spinal dysfunction. 
We conduct a straightforward diagnostic method involves a simple examination while lying down. Through assessing leg length, we will observe changes with simple tests. We can detect dysfunction causing discomfort and back pain, originating from the neck’s misalignment.
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There are a few common misconceptions as to why individuals believe their backs and necks hurt. Our brains control and coordinate everything, continuously sending messages to the rest of our bodies. Every cell is connected to the brain through nerve fibers, which are connected to and send message to our muscles. Feedvack we receive from these muscles allow our bodies to understand that there is a problem with our alignment. A few possible reasons might be:

First: The presence of dysfunction, which often signifies an underlying misalignment, compelling the brain to orchestrate join stabilization. This trigger an involuntary response where the muscles tighten, serving as the body’s compensatory mechanism. This tightening is a protective measure for the affected area. By providing additional support due to the misalignment’s signal to stabilize the joint.

Second: Some muscles might not be working properly. Due to poor posture or lack of exercise, one muscle excessively overworks. Conversely, the complementary muscle is not as engaged, leading to a difference in strength or development. Maintaining balance in muscle usage and ensuring both are adequately exercised is crucial for overall strength and fitness. Often this is due to poor posture or lack of exercise.

Third: Muscle injuries, often resulting from trauma, can lead to chronic tightness as a natural response during the healing process. If injuries are not rehabilitated properly, the muscles heal with excessive scar tissue, leading to adhesions and further complications. This cycle commonly arises due to untreated misalignments, which can coincide with the initial trauma, contributing to muscle injury. Consequently, poor posture might develop as a secondary effect, creating a chain reaction of issues within the body.

Prioritizing realignment is essential, as it forms the foundation for resolving other imbalances within the body’s nervous system. Seeking general chiropractic care may offer temporary relief that fades once the sessions conclude. This recurring pattern might indicate a failure to address the root cause comprehensively. Blair Technique stands apart by directly addressing the root issue, allowing the body to initiate its natural healing process. By correcting misalignment, it minimizes the need for frequent adjustments. Thus, emphasizing the body’s innate ability to heal without continuous intervention.