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  • Dr. Brian Ferris

Can You Hear Me, Now?

We have all been talking on our cell phones when we step out of range of the signal and you lose the connection. We've all done the "Can you hear me?", "Can you hear me, now?" song and dance. It's frustrating, especially if the call is important.

Your brain is making millions of phone calls to your body on a second by second basis. It uses the nervous system as the cell phone carrier. Every one of these calls is important. Every call delivers life, vitality, health to the body below. The phone call to your heart allow your heart to beat....that's pretty important. Phone calls to your digestive system allow you to absorb the nutrients that feed your cells...very important. Phone calls to your immune system allow you to fight off germs....also important.

A subluxation is a spinal bone slightly out of alignment that puts tension on the phone lines in your body....less bars on the cell phone. Calls get dropped, static on the phone line. The result is loss of health in you body.

You can have a subluxation and not know it. Only a chiropractor is trained to locate and correct vertebral subluxations. Is the reception strong on your internal cell phone? When was the last time you had your spine checked for subluxations? Regular chiropractic adjustments have been proven to promote health.

Call me if I can help 516-520-1605.

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