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Posted on 03-05-2017

It is frustrating when individuals have certain types of health issues and some of the treatments available simply don't work well enough or are much too prohibitively expensive to maintain for long periods of time.

If you have issues with chronic GERD or acid reflux syndrome, you probably already know that at least one contributing factor to this chronic condition is a poor diet. If you have already eliminated much of the processed food, refined sugars, food additives and hydrogenated oils from your diet, and have tried traditional medical treatments for GERD without success, you might want to consider adding regular chiropractic treatment to your recovery plan.

Your esophagus and stomach must have healthy nerve signal interaction with your brain. Of course, all this vital communication goes through regions of your spinal column. When you are experiencing bulging or herniated discs, the communication between your digestive organs and your brain can become compromised. Even chronic poor posture and some abnormal curvatures of the spine can inhibit proper nerve activity that your digestive organs need in order to function at optimal levels.

Many chiropractic patients report their GERD symptoms have been noticeably reduced by regular chiropractic adjustments that treat subluxations of the spine, restoring proper nerve communication from their brain to their stomach and esophagus. If you have been frustrated and unable to find relief from the painful symptoms of acid reflux syndrome, don't give up! Contact us today for an appointment to discuss how you can get your GERD under control and live comfortably again.

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