Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Noted Toronto Chiropractor Dr. Kris Dorken to Supervise New Pedorthist

Toronto, Ontario (September 26, 2013) – Dr. Kris Dorken, a renowned chiropractor in Toronto, recently welcomed a pedorthist to the Core Wellness Centre. Dr. Dorken will be supervising his new teammate, who joined the office on September 16, 2013 and will stay for a period of one year.

 Pedorthists are professionals with specialized training in modifying footwear and employing supportive devices to help alleviate problems in the feet and lower limbs. They can assess diseases or injuries in the patients' feet and lower limb anatomy.

They can also determine the best corrective footwear and treatment plan to help patients improve the functionality of their feet and recover from debilitating foot-related conditions.


Saturday, October 5, 2013

Understanding the Basics of a Subluxation

The complex and highly delicate network of neurons and nerves that exists along a person's spine is largely responsible for ensuring that the body's different parts function properly. When something is even slightly amiss with the spine and the nerves that are located there, it can lead to problems such as sleep disorders. The only way to correct such issues is to readjust the spine so that the irregularities that have emerged are eliminated.

Chiropractors are the professionals who are best equipped to deal with these issues that involve irregularities with the spine, which are also known as subluxations. Through periodic adjustments of the spine, the problems that can emerge as a result of the subluxation can be reduced or even eliminated completely.

These professionals may address the subluxation in a variety of ways. Their methods will differ from one patient to the next, as they will factor in a person's age and general physical condition when carrying out a treatment. Younger patients with bones that are still developing will require a gentler touch from the chiropractor during adjustment. In turn, a greater amount of force may be needed in order to properly align the spine of an adult patient.