I would consider anything that’s going to improve your body’s ability to be able to self-heal and function at its best as a conservative alternative to surgery. If you require surgery, it means your body is in trouble. Certain parts of your body, whether it’s your back, or organs, or glands, are not functioning properly. So, the first approach that I would take is to look at the things that would identify whether or not your body has the capacity to function and self-heal, because that is part of function, at its best.
Chiropractic care is profound in its ability to be able to detect interferences in the body’s ability to function properly and self-heal because it’s an energy-based form of healthcare. It’s energy that controls how the body functions and how it heals. If anything interferes with the flow of that energy, like subluxations in the spine, the body can’t work as well as it can. It then becomes a more fertile ground for diseases and infirmities, and if you do get sick, subluxations impair the body’s ability to be able to self-heal and function well. So, the first thing that I would do is, I would consult with a chiropractor and have a chiropractic checkup, and then based upon the findings of that checkup, if subluxations are detected, I would get under a program of chiropractic care.
Even if you do require surgery, by being adjusted by a chiropractor and having the subluxations corrected, it’s going to enable your body to be able to heal from the surgery and recover more completely and more quickly.
In addition, Reiki care, nutrition, exercise, meditation, and yoga, are all things that complement your body’s ability to be able to function well, have great energy, and be able to resist disease. And if you do become ill, be able to recover more quickly.
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– Dr. Ken Freedman
Freedman Chiropractic Center, LLC