Greatest Potential Chiropractic
Oct 01, 2019 09:55AM
Dr. Marcus Woodburn, DC
While chiropractic care has been shown to relieve neck and back pain symptoms, this is not what the principle of chiropractic was founded on. Chiropractic, first performed in 1895 by DD Palmer, was developed with a focus on correcting subluxations which puts direct pressure on the Central Nervous System (CNS). A subluxation occurs when a vertebral bone misaligns and puts pressure on a spinal nerve. The spinal nerves go to every organ, muscle and cell in the human body. Without the CNS, there’d be no communication from the brain to the rest of the body. When chiropractors locate and correct a subluxation, they are then able to aid in the restoration of proper communication from the brain to the rest of the body.
Dr. Marcus Woodburn, DC, owner of Greatest Potential Chiropractic, in Leland, says, “In our office, we use a state-of-the-art technique called Torque Release Technique. This technique was founded out of research with the direct purpose of correcting subluxations and improving the central nervous system. We don’t perform any of the traditional popping, twisting, or cracking that most people are afraid of. We used the very first FDA-certified chiropractic instrument to adjust the spine safely and effectively. In our office, adjustments are extremely safe for all ages. We have a desire to serve our entire community from newborns and pregnant moms to seniors. Our purpose for adjusting the spine is to remove any neurological interference, and allow the human body to function the way it was designed.”