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March on to New Life

 March on to New Life

Hooray, March has arrived and spring will soon be in the air! We soon will welcome spring flowers as the winter thaws and the earth awakens with new life.For many of us, spring truly is a time of new life. Did you know that your body is always reorganizing and restoring the old and replacing it with new, revitalized cells? How about reawakening the existing life within you now?
We have this amazing innate potential that is constantly at work giving life to every cell, tissue and organ in the body. The intelligence within us is housed in our nervous systems. Our nervous system includes the brain, spinal cord and nerves and is the only system within our bodies which is entirely protected by bone.As a chiropractor, I work with the spinal vertebra, the bones that protect this important communication system. My job is to make sure the structure is clear so there is no interference to the innate healing power within.Why does chiropractic work? Your physical structure affects your internal function. When your structure is clear your body gets more life or power to move, heal, and adapt. You instantly have greater access to new life within. Combine this new life with the principles of time and repetition and your body heals. This is how we are designed.

So, spread the word that the potential for new life is within you now. This innate life source is accessible and more easily expressed with clear spinal pathways. When your body is working at ‘full’ power you have a better chance of staying well. This is the aim of chiropractic. Its about creating a state of full life expression, not treating symptoms.

Let’s celebrate new life this Spring!

Get your spinal pathways clear with chiropractic. Allow the power within the body to create a new life of health and vitality for you and your family!

In Health,

Dr. Angela Grove
Chiropractor Frederick, MD 21701
Serving chiropractic care to Frederick, Urbana, Ballenger Creek, Jefferson, Brunswick, Middletown, Hagerstown and New Market communities in Maryland