Breathing for Better Performance
The more you demand from your body, the more support it needs.
In a world determined by split seconds, inches gained and lost, or an extra degree of torsion, your body can use every advantage we have to offer at our practice in Milpitas. Ensuring the alignment of your vertebrae means that your spine, and consequently your nervous system, is supporting your endeavors fully. One area we impact is the respiratory system: boosting lung capacity and helping you breathe more efficiently, to circulate more oxygen throughout your body.
Phrenic nerve functioning: nerves exiting from the cervical spine power the phrenic nerve, which in turn passes motor information to the diaphragm, a large sheet of muscle that separates the chest cavity from the abdomen. This is the primary muscle involved in breathing, as it contracts to expand the lungs during inspiration. Unrestricted diaphragm functioning depends on these nerves being free of subluxation.
At Family Chiropractic & Natural Healing Center, we channel the power of chiropractic to you, helping to fine-tune your anatomical standards and give you a competitive edge. Every breath is a potential boon for your performance.
Call our office at (408) 263-8025 and schedule an appointment today
Dr. Gregory Lind, D.C.
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