Chiropractic and how the brain controls muscles
Dr. Heidi Haavik-Taylor, an Award-Winning Auckland researcher, did the following ground-breaking research:
Chiropractic helps affect brain and nervous system function. Chiropractic care sends signals to the brain that change the way the brain controls muscles.
The process of a spinal adjustment is like rebooting a computer. The signals that these adjustments send to the brain, via the nervous system, reset muscle behavior patterns.
Dr. Haavik-Taylor was the first to use EEGs to prove that there are definite changes to the way the brain processes information after chiropractic care.
Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics