There is a better solution to pain!

There’s hardly a person I have ever met or even known about that hasn’t experienced some form of pain in their life. It seems pain is part of the human experience and that many people will spend their whole lives seeking ways to ameliorate it.  

Is there a better solution to pain than drugs, medicine, procedures or than just gritting our teeth and getting through it?

Hello, I’m Dr. Russell Tagg with Brain Body Connect in Kennewick, WA and I would like to help you get to the root of your pain.

Current scientific understanding shows that we don’t really experience pain where we think it hurts. For example, if you stub your toe, we often say that ‘my toe hurts!’. More accurately, your toe is sending a signal to the brain through the nervous system and the brain interprets or ‘experiences’ pain. 

Pain is useful in that it can point us to what’s wrong but it’s also challenging to manage long standing chronic pain. 

So, what can be done? Traditional methods of dealing with pain include ice, heat, rest, manipulations, aspirin, anti-inflammatories and other drugs. But what if there is a better way to directly influence how the brain experiences pain?

There is!  A completely safe, non-manipulative procedure called Neurologic Integration. We locate and correct a breakdown in communication between the brain, spinal cord and the organs and tissues of the body. This breakdown in communication can affect how the organs and tissues function and can create the experience of pain and dis-ease. 

A simple correction is made reestablishing proper neurologic signaling between the brain and the structures and functions of the body. The brain can now respond more appropriately to our condition. 

We invite you to experience for yourself the benefits of Neurologic Integration.

Published by brain-bodyconnect.com

Dr Russell Tagg, is a 1992 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. Certified Masters level for Neurologic Integration System (NIS). Practicing in Kennewick, WA, USA

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