The penalties for bad spinal alignment are so painful and the frustration of trying to address them with pharmacology and symptom-relief solutions can be so prolonged, that many people, even in Marietta, seek their first chiropractic care visit when they’ve run out of other answers. The fact that this painful path persists to this day is a bi-product of an old rivalry and even antipathy between traditional medical practices and the emergence of chiropractic medicine. This opposition is largely in the past, for good reason, but the after-effects in public awareness are slow to evaporate into history.
But evaporating they are. Even Harvard Medical School and the American College of Physicians are championing the clinical results that chiropractic care provides.
At Genesis4Wellness in Marietta, we’ve moved beyond this old argument about chiropractic care. Our focus is on your today and your tomorrows. So, your well-being is not a question of “this or that,” but rather a wider view, embracing several harmonious solutions from which we can select the right set of answers for each unique patient. Chiropractic care is just one of those possible answers.
The Whole Outcome
Here in Marietta, prevention is as important as solutions, so you’ll find chiropractic care in a context that includes nutritional counseling, massage therapy, and functional medicine. We make initial visits low-cost, so you risk nothing to find out what the Genesis approach could mean for you. Our plans are easy to budget, because regular awareness and attention are healthier than a problem-solution paradigm.
Chiropractic care is the aspect of our practice that’s based on achieving and maintaining the body’s own alignment. Spinal subluxation – even a slight misalignment of vertebrae – is in fact a partial dislocation. In addition to the pain that misalignment can cause, the disruption of normal nerve impulses can result in poor functioning of certain organs, as well as inefficient performance of the skeleton, sometimes even without the warning sign of pain.