Loveland Laser and Chiropractic
Laser & Chiropractic Center of the Rockies offers a wide range of patient services. We successfully utilize a Brain-Based Approach to therapy utilizing Functional Medicine, FDA cleared Low Level Laser Therapy and Sacro Occipital Technique Chiropractic protocols.
Whether you are suffering from a common condition that chiropractic can treat, or uncommon conditions that you may have been referred to other doctors for, there is a great chance that we may help to improve your body function, get you out of pain, and end your suffering before it gets any worse!
Our Patient Services Include:
Chiropractic Treatment Improves Your Brain And Your Body
Chiropractic care is most noted for identifying and treating conditions of the musculoskeletal system (the bones and the muscles). Often overlooked, however, is the impact that chiropractors have on the nervous system. Consequently, research and clinical observation has shown that some neurological conditions respond robustly to correct chiropractic care.
Neuro-Musculo-Skeletal Chiropractic Care
Chiropractic treatments are neuromusculoskeletal in nature. This means that each and every chiropractic adjustment will impact the:
Nervous System: The nervous system is the control system in the body. It includes the brain, spinal cord and the nerves that run through the body, arms, and legs.
Muscular System: The muscular system is the movement system in the body. With over 700 named muscles, the muscular system provides the body with a way to move. Body movements include walking, pumping blood, moving air in and out, moving food through the digestive tract, etc.
Skeletal System: The skeletal system is the support system in the body. There are 206 bones in the human body that work together to provide a rigid, firm foundation for stability. The skeletal system also provides anchor points for muscles and protection for the delicate nervous system and other organs.
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The best time to go to a chiropractic clinic is now!
The best time to address misalignments in the body is as young–or as soon–as possible.
Additionally, many people who are feeling the ache or pain of a minor injury will take the “let’s wait and see how I do” approach. This can actually delay the healing process and slow down overall recovery time.
If the body hasn’t resolved a recent ache or pain in a day or two, it is time to have it checked out.