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Your nervous system controls your health by generating and transmitting electrical nerve impulses to your cells, immune tissues, muscles, organs and glands.

These electrical and chemical nerve impulses are responsible for every thought and action in your life.

As a patient you often here me talk about nerve impulses and how chiropractic stimulates your nervous system.  These videos will help you understand how Chiropractic normalizes the function of your nervous system.

Since the brain controls your function (health) then my goal is to help your brain and nervous system function at optimal levels. 

Ask me about my BRAIN FITNESS PROGRAM.

SEE YOUR NERVOUS SYSTEM AS YOU'VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE!


Nerve Impulses

Good visual that shows nerve impulses traveling from neuron to neuron resulting in all thoughts and actions!


 

All Thought and Action Result From Your Nervous System

All thought and action result from your nervous system: the brain, spinal cord and nerves. This system is more sophisticated than any computer

Touching an object stimulates sensory receptors under the skin.

These generate rapid electro-chemical impulses that travel tiny highways called nerves either to the spinal cord- for reflexes- or to the brain.

Here, the impulses move along neural pathways, exciting clusters of cells in specialized sections of the brain for interpretation and then action.

From the brain, the impulses again travel the nerve highways in this case, to a muscle. This time the message is clear

Nerve Impulse and Synaptic Transmission

This is a great visual of the electrical nerve impulses causing the release of neurotransmitters at the synapse.

Brain Fitness

Just the act of walking for 6 months can improve brain function by 15% in areas of memory and decision making.

Pain is in the Brain
A description of the pain pathways and an explanation of why all pain is in the brain.