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Mind body2

 in-nate    /i-nāt/    Adjective

 
1. Possessed at birth; inborn
2. Possessed as an essential characteristic
3. Of or produced by the mind rather than learned
    through experience: an innate knowledge of right
    from wrong
 
 

 trans-mis-sion    /trans-mish-uhn/    Noun

 
1. a) The act or process of transmitting
    b) The fact of being transmitted
2. Something, such as a message, that is transmitted.
3. An automotive assembly of gears and associated
    parts by which power is transmitted from the engine
    to a driving axle; also called a gearbox
4. The sending of a signal, picture or other information
    from a transmitter

We would like to welcome

KELLY STEIGER, RMT 

and

ANGEL SETO, R.Ac.

to the Wellness Team

at WELLER CHIROPRACTIC

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ACUTE CARE

This type of care is typically required because of a loss of the function or stability of your spine. Most often it is because of a trauma, or a failure from long-standing habits or repeated sprain / strain cycles.

You may require adjustments on a daily basis (or even several times in a day), based on the condition of your spine and the severity of your symptoms and aggravating factors.

This phase of care is usually two to twelve weeks long.

RESTORATIVE CARE

Once your symptoms are reduced, we continue to focus on correcting the issues in your spine that led to the failure and restoring a better level of health to the spinal tissues.

This phase of your care includes analyzing what things in your life are stressing your body and what to do about reducing their impact. Adjustments are typically less frequent, usually weekly to every two weeks.

This phase of care can last up to eighteen months.

PROACTIVE CARE

In this phase of care, adjustments are usually from every two to four weeks depending on the level of degeneration (or arthritis) in your spine and its ability to handle the stresses of life to which you subject it.  

The focus is to prevent problems, maintain the changes achieved in the restorative care phase and allow you to live your life at the highest level of function, vitality and expression of who you are.

This type of care is more about performance and whole body wellness than back symptoms. It continues throughout a lifetime.