FAQ #4: Can You Help My Sick Child?

Can Chiropractic help a sick child? Well, if a Chiropractic adjustment boosts one's immune system beyond any pill, lotion or potion, what do you think? Find out

Chiropractic is the most powerful thing that can ever boost your immune system.  The first bones in your spine (C1-4) is the neurological connection to your immune system.  There is not any potion, lotion, pill or supplement that could ever improve your immune system as much as a Chiropractic adjustment.  Research shows that your T cells (Killer cells) increase within the first 20 minutes after a Chiropractic adjustment.  Research is showing that your immune system will improve its function and work faster, better and stronger for about the next 7 hours after an adjustment.  

Giving your child or yourself a chiropractic adjustment when they are facing the winter blues or just below the weather, this is the best ammo they can receive.  Even if your child or yourself are not sick, Chiropractic will allow to limit your sickness/illness or shorten the days of having it.  Next time feeling under the blues, have them receive a Chiropractic adjustment that will train their army to handle any attack from the outside...  


Until Next Time...


BE well...  LIVE well... The CHOICE is yours...

Dr. Vic Manzo Jr. D.C.


Wellness Coach/Advisor

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Creator and Host of Wellness Smart Radio

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