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Integrative health care is the combining of alternative and complementary medicine with conventional medicine. It has grown out of the over-reliance of our health care system on drugs and surgery. Viewing a human being from a holistic standpoint with physical, biochemical, psychological and spiritual components sets up the pardigm of an integrated holistic approach to the treatment of disease and injury, also to wellness care, prevention of disease and injury and to rejuvenation and anti-aging care. The integrative and holistic approach to health care points in the eclectic direction of using the gentlest and most natural approach before other more toxic and invasive approaches are used.

Every human being is similar but different, both genetically and biochemically. However, all of the components that make up an individual are interrelated, including the structural, biochemical, psychological and spiritual. Therefore, from a holistic standpoint, "everything has to do with everything." The time must be taken to unravel the complexity of each individual patient's problems and needs.

All disorders or conditions have what is professionally referred to as momentum. This means that once a condition develops and progresses, it will gain speed and become more serious as it continues. Our treatment is based on overcoming this momentum and then correcting the original cause of the disorder.

The master control system of the body is the nervous system and it needs to be kept clear of any interference in order to orchestrate the symphony of the body's functions. Removal of interference in the nervous system and the balancing of the nervous system is achieved through chiropractic treatment of the neuro-musculo-skeletal structures.

Chiropractic is a branch of the healing arts which relies on the body's own recuperative powers and a normally functioning nervous system. The nervous system controls the entire body. Our nerves make it possible to move, see, smell, taste, touch and hear. In fact, the nervous system controls all the other systems of the body, including the digestive, reproductive, eliminative, glandular, respiratory and circulatory systems.

The spine provides support and protection for the spinal cord which is the "switchboard" of the nervous system. The nerves connect to the spinal cord through openings between the moveable spinal bones which are called "vertebrae." When the vertebrae become misaligned, they interfere with the proper nerve impulses by causing pressure on the nerves. Through proper gentle alignment, the nerve malfunctions can be corrected, thus allowing the body to operate at an optimum.

Naturopathy is a system of medicine founded on the most time-tested medical principle: the healing power of nature.  Under this system, the goal of the naturopathic physician is to restore the normal functioning of the body through the use of nutritional and natural medicines and treatments that enhance the body's innate healing abilities.

In naturopathy, as well as in chiropractic, the individual is viewed as an integral whole and symptoms of disease are seen as indicators of improper functioning and unfavorable habits or lifestyle. As a result, a primary goal of treatment is to address the underlying cause of illness and to avoid treatments which may have adverse affects on body processes.

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