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With Chiropractic Care, You May Overcome Digestive Problems

By Madhusudhan Tammisetti

Are you searching for a solution to boost the health of your digestive system? If that's the case, you may have heard that consuming a balanced diet and doing exercise on a regular basis can do wonders to your digestive system. True, these two methods may assist you in resolving digestive problems, but for some people, it may not be enough.

While you may believe that prescription drugs are necessary, this is not always true. A chiropractor can assist you with some of the digestive problems. Keep reading to learn more about the solutions chiropractic care may offer for digestive problems.

Connection Between the Digestive Tract and the Spine

A chiropractor specializes in problems with your back, spinal cord, and vertebrae. So, you may be thinking, how any of this is related to the spine.

The spinal cord sends signals to the digestive tract so that it may function correctly. Your spine is connected to the digestive system through nerves. If anything is amiss with the spine, the digestive tract may have a tough time functioning correctly.

A chiropractor has been trained and has experience examining the spine and can determine the problematic nerves that are causing these issues. Then the chiropractor may adjust the spine, making it simpler for the digestive tract and spine to interact.

Digestive Problems Symptoms

Digestive problems, like other medical concerns, occur in a variety of ways that include not being able to eat all of the food on your plate. Maybe you're going to the bathroom more frequently. Or maybe you have loose or runny bowel movements, blood in the stool, constipation, stomach cramps, and you're tired all the time. 

If you notice any of these symptoms, it's possible you're suffering from digestive problems. Your chiropractor may help you in resolving these issues.

How Chiropractic Care Resolves Digestive Problems

Manual therapy is used by a chiropractor to ensure that the spine is correctly positioned. A subluxation in the vertebrae, for instance, might be present. This indicates that they are restricted, or not in alignment, making it harder for the brain to communicate with the organ through the nerves and, for example, making it more difficult for the digestive tract to absorb vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. It may have a direct impact on your digestive tract's capacity to function correctly.

A chiropractor may examine the subluxations and determine how to correct them. They may next use the chiropractic adjustment to help the digestive tract work more efficiently. If you're experiencing problems with your digestive tract, you should seek the assistance of a chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic clinic.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Stuart, Fla.

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