“It’s different. It’s natural.”
Chiropractic care helps you own your health and wellness.
Learn more about Dr. Kimberly Maxwell and the chiropractic philosophy on health and healing.
The focus of traditional healthcare is on germs, disease and, too often, prescription medication to “fix” a problem. Chiropractic care is different.
Chiropractic care focuses on the integrity of your nervous system. It’s a scientific fact that your brain, spinal cord, and the nerves throughout your body control every aspect of your body. By its very nature, chiropractic care focuses on your entire body, with treatments designed to achieve optimal health, wellness, and vitality – naturally.
The chiropractic goal is to restore your body’s ability to regulate and heal itself, without drugs and without surgery.
A common source of interference comes from the moving bones (the vertebra) that encase your spinal cord. This is a condition known as vertebral subluxation and is caused by one (or a combination) of the following:
- physical stressors (falls, car accidents, computer work, C-sections, etc.)
- chemical stressors (toxins from foods, medicines, fumes, and chemicals as well as the absence of required nutrients)
- emotional stressors
These subluxations can produce a variety of health problems. For example, nerve pressure can cause numbness, weakness, or the under-performance of organs and tissues. Spinal misalignment can cause nerve tissue to stretch, chafe, or become irritated. This can distort nerve messages between your body and your brain, resulting in hyperactive or underactive organ function, high blood pressure, and pain.
A thorough examination helps to locate areas of nervous system compromise. The moving bones of the spine are common culprits. Specific chiropractic adjustments help to reduce these interferences.
If you’re looking for a Bozeman chiropractor, know this:
Chiropractic care is simple. And it’s natural.
Chiropractic care honors the wisdom of your body. And it has helped millions enjoy relief and better health for more than a century.
Who can benefit from chiropractic?
Chiropractic care is for everyone. Some people assume chiropractic care is only suitable for men and women who have headaches, back pain, or injuries resulting from an accident. Some mistakenly assume that seniors’ bones are too brittle for chiropractic adjusting procedures. Others believe children are thought to be too young to suffer from “bad backs.”
When you understand that chiropractic care is about the balance and health of your nerve supply – and that vertebral subluxations are a condition that can impact the nervous system at any age – you can see that chiropractic is safe and effective for people of all ages including infants, children, teens, adults, pregnant women, and seniors.
Improved nerve communications between your brain and your body can help everyone.
So if you have subluxations – no matter your age – you could likely benefit from chiropractic care from Dr. Kimberly Maxwell. She modifies her adjusting approach to help children, the elderly, and those with special needs. Dr. Maxwell is trained and proficient in determining the approach that is right for you or your child.
“Dr. Max” is the Bozeman chiropractor for your entire family.
As your licensed family chiropractic office in Bozeman, Abundant Health Family Chiropractic treats your entire family – children, adolescents, adults, and seniors. Dr. Maxwell can diagnose, resolve, and help restore your family’s health and wellness. The team members at Abundant Health Family Chiropractic are committed to guiding your vibrant family to be healthy, well, and wise!
“I was depressed and in bed for two years with diabetes, pain in my muscles, severe IBS, fibromyalgia, and neuropathy and ended up in the emergency room. I was referred to Dr. Kimberly Maxwell, and she helped me see what I needed: “Power On” nervous system care and adjustments. These are important and necessary to slow the aging process, lose weight, and have better health. Now, I have no IBS and have the ability to bike and walk for hours daily.”– Maureen