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What Does Chiropractic Care Mean for Carmel Valley Families?
While the focus of traditional health care is on germs and blood, chiropractic produces results by helping the nervous system function the way it should. It is a scientific fact that the brain, spinal cord and the rest of your nerves control every aspect of the human body. If the vital nerve links can not communicate with the brain and the body, ill health can result.
Pressure on nerves can cause numbness, weakness or the under-performance of organs. Spinal misalignment can cause nerve tissues to stretch, chafe or become irritated. This will distort the messages that nerves send from the brain to the body. What is the result? Hyperactive organ function, high blood pressure or even pain.
A chiropractic exam helps locate areas of the nervous system that are compromised. The moving bones of the spine are common culprits. The chiropractic adjustment helps to reduce the pressure on the nervous system. The goal of chiropractic is simple: remove interference and allow the body to regulate and heal itself. Without drugs. Without surgery.
Dr. Steve Ronco is a Wellness Doctor & Family Chiropractor located in the Torrey Hills Marketplace in Carmel Valley San Diego. Dr. Ronco is committed to providing a level of care that nurtures and supports the true nature of health. This involves ‘caring’ for each person’s individual needs as well as providing the education necessary to foster an environment of prevention. In addition to working with adults, athletes and typical injuries, he holds a strong belief that taking care of children starting early on in their developmental years, provides the best opportunity to prevent minor issues from contributing to a lifetime of discomfort. Dr. Ronco continues to provide free lectures in his office weekly (Wednesday evenings) and strives to maintain an active level of community involvement: most notably when he and several colleagues created the original Chiropractic Relief Crew (C.R.C.) during the San Diego firestorms of 2003, volunteering their services to hundreds of firefighters on a daily basis.