Patterns of the body
One of the things that your body does very well is adapt. An illustration of this pattern is how it perceives temperature. Your body will get used to the temperature if it stays constant.
If you go from the hot outside to an air-conditioned room it feels cool. If you stay in that room, after a while you will get “used to it.” The temperature did not change but you no longer feel as cool as you did upon entering the room.
The same adaptation happens with pain. Your brain will tell you there is pain but if the pain is constant you can do nothing to treat the pain, which includes not taking pain killers or even seeing your chiropractor, the pain will most likely be less the next day. Your body has adapted.
Of course if you aggravate it again the pain will come right back. This can happen numerous times until the pain does not go away. This is usually because your body can no longer adapt and “get used to it.”
Of course another way we adapt to pain is to change the way we move so as not to aggravate our old injuries. Again, you can only adapt so long until the pain does not go away and now you have more of a chronic condition.
If you have a nagging or reoccurring pain or condition and would like to take control of your health, I utilize specific step-by-step procedures that will determine specifically what is causing your pain and how you can take control of it. You will also be shown how to start to improve your health using safe and natural methods. I understand, and together we can address your challenge that you are struggling to overcome.
It really comes down to the experience of the doctor.
This includes the ability to see the patterns of the body as it heals. As a doctor of chiropractic with extensive years of practice I have that experience.
I am "Dr. Steve" Robillard and I am committed to helping you. It is my privilege to share information with you that will help you improve your health by giving you an understanding of how the helpful and relevant information and procedures impact you and your family's health.