Did you know that chiropractic is beneficial to those not necessarily in pain?

  • Chiropractic care may reduce pain but also improves function in many populations due to the reduction in the cortical silent period post adjustment. This means that the signal from the brain to the muscle (cortical movement – a movement we initiate) is much shorter. This has been seen in bite force pre- and post-adjustments and large muscle groups (leg muscles). It also increases the maximal contractions of these muscles, potentially impacting training, and performance.
  • Chiropractic is all about removing distortions within the system to lead to less fatigue and more strength which not only aids in improving performance but how we handle the external stressors we experience every day.