Hannah showing off her skills at the Pancake Social at Discover Chiropractic Austin TX. Thanks to everyone who made this a fun event! We probably had close to 100 people stop by for pancakes and chiropractic care!
Chiropractic Care Blog
Discover Chiropractic Presents
A Pancake Social
Saturday, February 11, 2017
Join us from 9am – 12pm
Free pancakes, waffles and coffee!Friends and family welcome!
Every patient will receive a referral card from each appointment.
We have cards at our front desk offering a first visit in our office for NO CHARGE.
So our patients can share these cards with family, friends, and strangers!
Your Spine Degenerates in Stages or Phases.
First your spine loses its normal balance. There may be a loss of normal spinal curves. Your nerves may be affected which interferes with the flow of vital life energy. Also your joints, discs, nerves, and posture will be stressed and will age more quickly. Surprisingly, there may be no pain other than occasional minor discomfort. A slight lessening of energy and slight height loss may also be present. Response to spinal care is generally good.
Here there is a much greater degree of decay, disc narrowing, and bone spurs (deformations); postural changes are much worse. This condition is very common (by age 40, 80% of males and 76% of females exhibit moderate disc degeneration). Spinal canal narrowing or stenosis may occur. More common aches and pains, fatigue, and a diminished ability to cope with stress characterize this phase. Height continues to decrease. With chiropractic care significant improvement is possible.
Here there are more postural imbalances, increased nerve damage, permanent scar tissue, and advanced bone deformation. Physical and/or mental weakness or disability begins. Also found in this phase are permanent loss of height and loss of energy. With care some reversal is possible.
This is the most advanced stage of subluxation degeneration. The postural imbalance is severe and motion is limited. There is severe nerve damage, permanent scar tissue is formed, and the bones may begin to fuse. In this phase we find pain, various degrees of physical or mental disability, and continued loss of energy and height. By now the condition is considered irreversible, although chiropractic may give some symptomatic relief.