You’re actually the sum of not only what you eat, but more importantly what you absorb and eliminate with healthy digestive systems.
The digestive system has it’s own nervous system called the enteric system. It controls digestive tract motility and blood flow within the walls of the digestive tract.
Normal digestion requires links from the enteric nervous system and the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord). If these pathways are not functioning well, it can lead to digestive challenges such as intestinal motility disorders, absorption challenges and obstructions to name a few.
Chiropractic and Functional Neurology have supported patients who suffer with:
- Abdominal and pelvic pain
- Crohns disease
- Food allergies and sensitivities (wheat, gluten, dairy, etc.)
Chiropractic Care – Enhances communication between the enteric and central nervous system.
Abdominal / Visceral Chiropractic Adjustments – Alleviate stress on the abdominal organs.
Percussor Therapy – Myofascial release of soft tissues within and around the abdominal region.
Erchonia Low Level Laser Therapy supports scar tissue release and provides energy to enhance function of abdominal organs, soft tissues and neurological structures.
Custom Vitamin & Supplement Consultation – Bring in all your vitamins and supplements for an individualized nutritional assessment of what supplements you really need and how to fuel your body the best way possible. If you don’t have a food log template, don’t worry, we would be happy to provide you with one.
Custom Diet and Nutrition Coaching:
Dr. Nenshi provides customized coaching for healthy eating, anti-inflammatory diets, healthy metabolism and how to improve your energy & vitality. Bring in your food logs for an individualized nutritional assessment. If you don’t have a food log template, we would be happy to provide you with one.
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