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Advanced Health Center, Chiropractors D.C., Campbell, CA

Advanced Chiropractic

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Our Chiropractic Care

Our Chiropractors are Board Certified in Applied Spinal Biomechanical Engineering (A.S.B.E.). A.S.B.E. is an advanced clinical training of the spine that teaches the techniques to correct spinal malfunction and restore motion.

In private practice for over 33 years, Drs. Brian and Jeff Coyle, D.C., F.A.S.B.E. have helped over 10,000 patients relieve their neck pain, low back pain, headaches, and sciatic nerve pain.

To evaluate a patient as to the real function of their spine, we take x-rays of the patient bending to the left and then to the right. This can be done of the neck, mid back and low back. These x-rays will show us exactly which bones don’t move or which move incorrectly allowing us to determine the most personalized type of exercises you should perform to supplement regular chiropractic adjustments.

Regular chiropractic adjustments promotes a healthy spine allowing you to enjoy increased mobility, relief from pain, and live longer and stronger.

The Spine

Does your spine move like it is supposed to?

A key structure that lets you move in so many different ways is the spinal column. The spinal column’s 24 interlocking bones are designed to allow movement while protecting the vital nerve pathways of your spinal cord. The relationship of the nervous system and the bones of the spine are critical to good health. Your nervous system, consisting of the brain, spinal cord, nerve roots and all the nerves, controls the function of virtually every cell, tissue, organ and system of your body. If the nervous system malfunctions, the organs and the tissues controlled by the nerves also malfunction. Misalignment and improper or lost motion of the joints can interfere with your nervous system. This causes pain and leads to spinal degeneration (arthritis) if left untreated..

Any abnormal motion can cause degeneration and nerve interference in the long run. Just like your car tires being out of alignment.  You may not notice it, but they are wearing out at an accelerated rate every day.