Chiropractic care has long been associated with spinal adjustments, pain relief, and improved musculoskeletal health. However, a growing body of research and a dynamic neurological-based chiropractic model are shedding light on the critical role chiropractic care plays in optimizing neurological function and overall well-being.
In this blog post, we will explore the dynamic neurological-based chiropractic model and its contribution to improving afferent input to the brain. We will also discuss the pivotal role of Dr. L. John Faye, DC, in advancing this model. Furthermore, we will delve into the concept that muscle coordination and recruitment order are influenced by mechano-receptor afferentation, which can be compromised when joints are restricted, blocked, or fixated. Additionally, we will emphasize the importance of a closed kinematic chain and how it relates to the effectiveness of chiropractic care. Throughout this discussion, we will provide references and evidence to support these concepts. Don't worry we will define all these terms 😀!Read More