As chiropractors, we have a saying that we love to use with our patients — “proper structure = proper function.” This goes for a lot of things. Cars, bridges, buildings, they all need proper structural integrity in order to function the way they’re supposed to. And the same goes for your body! Chiropractors look at the body as a whole and understand that health is more than how you’re feeling. It’s about how you’re FUNCTIONING. That’s why our team at Impact Chiropractic is so excited to join up with Break Free this year and be a part of such an amazing event. As Fort Collins chiropractors, we are honored to support this amazing community in its pursuit of a healthier lifestyle. We’ll be offering complimentary spinal screenings at the festival which will give you insight into how your body is truly functioning. As female chiropractors, we are extremely thorough and take time to assess what’s going on within the body, as opposed to just treating symptoms.
Function is especially important when it comes to health and fitness. Being healthy is more than just going to the gym; It’s what you eat, what you read, what you listen to, who you hangout with, etc. Your Nervous System is what processes all of these things, and it also coordinates and controls every single function in our body. From telling your legs to run or your muscles to contract, the Nervous System is what makes this happen. Since the spine protects this system, it’s our job to make sure it’s properly aligned. If not, this directly affects the nerves and muscles, which can alter athletic performance and biomechanics. When it comes to exercise it’s incredibly important to have good alignment, and as Fort Collins chiropractors we want to keep our community as healthy and aligned as possible. Because proper structure = proper function, that means healthier nerves, stronger muscles, and better health and fitness! We love serving Fort Collins and the Northern Colorado communities with chiropractic care. Come see why we were voted the #1 chiropractors in best of NOCO!