The flu, swine flu, H1N1, vaccinations..the list goes on and on and it’s taking over the news and other media forms the past couple of months. Freehold Chiropractor, Dr. Russell Brokstein, educates the community and surrounding towns of Marlboro, Manalapan, Howell and Jackson, NJ about what the shots contain, many health risks and that there are healthier alternatives. Many people don’t know the importance of chiropractic and how it can actually boost the immune system and allows the body to function optimally. Dr. Brokstein of Hometown Family Wellness Center discusses these topics in the following video:
BOOSTING THE IMMUNE SYSTEM WITH CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS
In a study of 107 people who had long term chiropractic care, all were generally normal. Their immune systems had no reason to produce resistance to disease. The chiropractic patient also had 200% greater immune-competency than people who had not received chiropractic care and 400% more than those with cancer or other serious diseases. The immune-competence did not decline with age; it was uniform for the entire group.
M.N.M. **Study by Dr. Ronald Pero, Ph.D. 1975. New York Preventive Medicine Institute and Environmental Health at NYU. (David Singer, 1993)
Nobel Prize winner for brain research, Dr. Roger Sperry, discovered that the more misalignments in the spine, the less energy was available for thinking, healing and metabolizing.
The Effects of Specific Upper Cervical Adjustments on The CD4 Counts of HIV Positive Patients:
A 48% increase in the CD4 cells was demonstrated over a six month duration of the study for the adjusted group. Chiropractic Research Journal: Vol 3. (1) 1994.
Chiropractic Wellness Care:
¯ Should begin at birth.
¯ Encourages early detection and correction of spinal problems before they become chronic.
¯ Establishes a strong, straight, stable spine that is CLEAR of nerve interference!
¯ Removes interference to your central nervous system.
¯ Corrects vertebral subluxations.
¯ Helps restore the body’s in-born, built-in ability to heal itself.