How to Stay Healthy in Puslinch: Chiropractic


chiropractic It’s a scientific fact that your brain, spinal cord and nerves control every aspect of your body. Ill health results when there is a nerve interference between your brain (master control) and body parts (Subluxations.)

Symptoms such as numbness, weakness and under-performing organs and tissues, high blood pressure, joint and headaches, and pain can result.

Chiropractic care focuses on correction of the nervous system. Your body’s innate power allows you to regulate and restore health inside-out. Without drugs. Without surgery. In short it deals with restoring health, not masking disease. Chiropractors adjust the nervous system using a variety of techniques.

Chiropractic is for everyone from pregnant moms, babies, youth, adults, athletes and the retired. We provide care for all.

How long it takes to affect change depends upon the healing abilities of each person. It takes adjustments and time for the body to heal.

Why Does your Body Subluxate? In a word Stress comes in three forms:

  1. Physical Stress: Whiplash injuries, repetitive motion, a slip or fall, lack of sleep, over exercising or working (garden, golf, gym), learning to walk, to ride a bike and stress from the birth process can interfere with the sucking response, or cause colic, ear infection and other health issues.
  2. Emotional Stress: Fear, grief, anger, emotions affect our entire body. Notice the posture of a sad or depressed person, or one frustrated and feeling a sense of powerlessness.
  3. Chemical Stress: Poor nutrition, refined carbohydrates, unhealthy fats, drugs, preservatives, tobacco, alcohol, pollen, insecticides, etc. affect our nervous system. Chiropractic care and adjustments focus on reducing the tension/stress on your nervous system allowing you to respond more resourcefully to the various forms of stress.


Dr. Peter Fraser DC, BA, MA B Sci Chiro. Aberfoyle Family Chiropractic. For full examination/consultation please contact Sandra at Aberfoyle Family Chiropractic @ (519) 763-1200 or email us @ [email protected]

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