Imagine a constant pressure, from inside your skull out. A headache that was always with you, no matter what you did. Doctors find a brain tumor on your pituitary, but you are still searching for relief. That’s when your dad suggests going to see a Wichita chiropractor.
This is Stacy’s story, as she told it after about a year and a half of chiropractic care. Watch this video clip to hear her tell it in her own words.
But How Did Chiropractic Help Stacy?
You may be wondering how exactly getting her spine adjusted helped Stacy with the pressure in her head.
We’ve discussed this previously in a post titled, Can Chiropractic Help Chronic Pain? “It’s about giving your body its full potential. While they certainly don’t want anyone to be suffering, the goal is to remove any subluxations that prevent the body from communicating well with the brain. This can happen when the vertebrae are out of alignment, putting pressure on the nerves of the brain stem and spinal chord. The brain tries to continual send out messages of health along the spinal chord; instructions for the cells on how to repair and heal.
“If there is a subluxation, these messages aren’t clear, or aren’t delivered. When the body/brain communication is reopened with chiropractic adjustment, the symptom of pain can certainly and definitely be relieved. The body can innately begin to heal the deeper issues and the potential for health and wellness is improved.”
Chiropractic in Their Hearts
When asked what stood out to Stacy about Dr. Ryan and Dr. Denise Dopps, she said, “Their hearts. They’ve been a blessing to have around. They’ve helped my kids too. It’s in their hearts to help people.”
Let Your Life Force Flow
Call 316-636-5550 and make an appointment with Dr. Ryan or Dr. Denise at their Wichita office, Dopps Chiropractic NE on Greenwich and 21st. If you are not in the area, contact them for a referral nationwide to another principled chiropractor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can connect with Dr. Denise on Instagram (@ddopps) where she promotes health through nutrition and exercise. Her podcast encourages and stimulates mental health at www.adjustyourvocabulary.com, using vocabulary to “elevate your voice.”