NHS’s Chiropractic Services are offered by Dr. Gregg Brady using his vast years of experience correcting the spine and extremities. Chiropractic services have benefited millions of people since the first days of its development at the beginning of the 20th century. Chiropractic services begin with the idea that the central nervous system dominates your body and your level of pain. Dr. Brady uses a well-defined system of manipulation that is designed to treat misalignment of joints and the spinal column. This manipulation helps with pain and helps with other disorders affecting the nerves, muscles and organs. Dr. Brady may also use electrotherapy and ultrasound as part of his chiropractic treatment.
Chiropractic services are a natural form of health care that uses the adjustments made by Dr. Brady to correct misalignments and restore proper function of the nervous system. This helps your body to heal after injury, surgery, and illness. The central nervous system controls body functions and acts a conduit for nutrient administration to the visceral areas and the endocrine system. It also plays a crucial role in the heart and the circulatory system. All of which are enhanced through chiropractic adjustments and the decrease of chronic pain.
Chiropractic does not use drugs or surgery. Chiropractic adjustments, apply the proper force, to specific areas, of the spinal column that are misaligned. Corrects the misalignment, permitting normal nerve transmission and assists your body to recuperate on its own.
Electrotherapy uses electric currents on specific places of the body to stimulate nerves and muscles. It is used to relax muscle spasms, and help prevent decline and wasting away of muscles due to lack of use. Electrotherapy devices also increase local blood circulation to the muscle, facilitating the management of chronic and troublesome pain.
Ultrasound is the application of sound waves on painful areas of the body which significantly reduces pain during the healing process when used in regular increments while becoming whole again.