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Phone: 734.369.2032
Dr. Katy Miller and Dr. Sarah Wilkinson invite you to discover an extraordinary chiropractic experience at Life's Journey Family Chiropractic, located on the west side of Ann Arbor. The doctors of Life's Journey use a synergetic blend of proven techniques and procedures to carefully determine the current state of your body, and only then apply any relevant, appropriate and necessary adjustments, therapies, and recommendations.

Dr. Wilkinson and Dr. Miller focus on educating their patients on how to maintain a healthy nervous system by providing it with proper nutrition, physical activity and positive thoughts. Our goal is to be our patient's health advocate and to provide them with the necessary tools to make informed decisions about their health care. Call to arrange a consultation today and find out if you're a good candidate for care at Life's Journey Family Chiropractic.

Experience increased movement and flexibility
Optimize performance and coordination
Alleviate chronic pain and discomfort
Develop new strategies for adapting to stress
Minimize anxiety
Enjoy more efficient, restful sleep
Achieve increased energy and vitality
Discover an overall greater sense of wellbeing

About Life's Journey Family Chiropractic

Chiropractic is a healthcare discipline that is centered on the role of the spine and central nervous system in maintaining good health, and leveraging the recuperative power of the body to heal itself naturally and efficiently. The practice of chiropractic focuses on the relationship between structure (of the spine) and function (as coordinated by the nervous system) and how that relationship affects the preservation and restoration of health.

Chiropractors identify and correct the cause of health challenges which arise when misalignments of the vertebrae (the small bones that make up the spine) disrupt neurological communication between your brain and the cells, tissue, and organs of the body.

Chiropractors correct these misalignments by gently adjusting the position of the vertebrae of the spin, reducing or eliminating neuropathy (changes in the pathology of the nerves) thus allowing your body to properly self-regulate, adapt and heal.

Dr. Miller and Dr. Wilkinson utilize full spine/diversified, activator and thompson chiropractic techniques.

What is a subluxation?
Spinal misalignments or subluxations are typically caused by stress that overwhelms the body's resilience and coping ability. Physical stress can occur as the result of a car accident or slipping on an icy sidewalk, improper posture, occupational trauma, or birth trauma. Emotional stress can be the result of significant emotional trauma or the inability to adapt to a stressful situation. Chemical trauma can result from the misuse of prescription or illicit drugs, inadequate nutrition, or environmental toxins. By interfering with the nervous system, these misalignments interfere with normal function, reducing your body's ability to self-regulate, adapt and heal.

Chiropractors detect and correct the cause of this interference, allowing your body to properly self-regulate, adapt and heal. The care and maintenance of the spine and nervous system is a necessary component of any natural approach to healthcare.

How does this influence the rest of our body?
The nervous system controls all of the organs and glands of the body, including the immune system, which determines how well we deal with colds, flu and other infections. Nerve root compression alters gene expression, which affects how likely we are to actually develop the conditions or disease of our parents. In other words, we aren't necessarily 'doomed' to have the same problems that they have. Much of our future can be influenced by the choices we make in our own lives, including how we choose to care for our spines.

Call Life's Journey Family Chiropractic in Ann Arbor, Michigan to find out the state that your nervous system is in and how chiropractic can play a role in your health care today!

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