Many people are affected by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. The most common group of individuals affected are between the ages of 20-40. However, it is frustrating to not know a cause of this syndrome that affects a large number of people! Even worse, treatment for CFS is based on resolving symptoms only, and with medications that have numerous side effects that then cause a cascade of problems and never treat the cause of chronic fatigue. A lot of patients then get frustrated and feel as if they will never feel their best again. In the chiropractic world, it has been widely proven that those suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome see great results with chiropractic adjustments.
In 2012, a study was designed to test if chiropractic care could alleviate chronic fatigue symptoms and the results were staggering! After pre and post testing around chiropractic adjustments, all patients saw improvements and significant improvements in energy levels were seen in some patients.
Chiropractic adjustments work for chronic fatigue syndrome because it improves body functions by removing interference's in the nervous system. Abnormal functioning of the nervous system leads to all of the above listed symptoms of CFS. By removing the subluxations or interference's, the body is allowed to function properly and symptoms are resolved. The overall increase of energy can be felt in some cases almost immediately! Specific, upper cervical adjustments are researched and proven to eliminate symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome. Don't suffer for another day!
Yours in Health,
Dr. Nicholas J. Knutson
MOUNTAIN ISLAND CHIROPRACTIC
10917 Black Dog Ln., Suite 101
Charlotte, NC 28214
Tel (704) 394-8556
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"If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that's a full day. That's a heck of a day. You do that seven days a week, you're going to have something special." JV
Woodfield, HC, Dickholtz, M. Quality of life improvement in patients with chronic fatigue syndrome following upper cervical chiropractic care. J Upper Cervical Chiropr Res. 2012 Fall;2012(4):Online access only p 92-99. ICLID:22813