SPINAL MANIPULATION BENEFITS BRAIN FUNCTION
The brain is a magnificent organ. It is
like a computer for the body taking
information in and sending information out every second of life
for each of Lynchburg human. Pain changes
its function to safeguard the body. In chronic low back pain, pain
the Palmer Chiropractic Center treats every day, the brain’s dorsolateral prefrontal cortex shrinks
in addition to brain gray matter reduction and cognitive
ability impairment. Treating chronic pain is found to help the dorsolateral
prefrontal cortex thicken after treatment. Research like this proposes
that treating chronic pain can restore normal brain function.
(1) Spinal manipulation benefits chronic low back pain sufferers
with their expectation of pain and fear of movement. Using
MRI to look at the brain function in such patients, researchers verified
that spinal manipulation alters pain, expected
pain, fear of exercise and movement in additional to other
related brain responses. (2) Further, chiropractic spinal adjustments were
found to possibly adjust central
processing of pain and unpleasantness. (3) Naturally, research
in this area of spinal manipulation effects on the brain and its function is advancing.
It suggests that the changes happen in brain function
with a call for more examination of these
changes. (4) The potential for spinal manipulation to affect
such issues is quite exciting to your Lynchburg chiropractor
at Palmer Chiropractic Center and our Lynchburg chiropractic patients like you!
Listen to this Podcast
with Dr. Nike Taylor on The
Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson about how the Cox®
Technic System of Spinal Pain Management deals with chronic
low back pain to improve sufferers’ quality of life.
TIP OF THE MONTH: Take Care of Your Brain
Brain health, physical ability, and sleep quality are linked
to life enjoyment. Researchers state that exercise exerts
influence on the brain and its processes. Physical
activity of any sort is an economical and good
way to boost brain health.
The question is which exercise is best for
each person? Researchers strive to know how gender,
genetics and other factors affect brain function. (5) Sleep
quality, mental health, and physical activity are demonstrated to affect
a person’s perceived quality of life. (6) Sleep, exercise as you choose,
and enjoy life to keep your
brain active and healthy!
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appointment today with Palmer Chiropractic Center. Palmer Chiropractic Center thanks
you for your trust in chiropractic and in our Lynchburg
chiropractic practice to take care of you, your spine, your
family, your friends, and your brain!
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