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Posted on 12-12-2012

Almost everyone shows some signs of wear and tear on the spinal discs as they age. Not everyone will have symptoms described as degenerative disc disease. Albany Park Chiropractor Dr. Seaman says degenerative disc disease isn't really a disease. Degenerative disc disease is a condition in which pain is caused from a damaged disc. It is usually a process that happens over time and by the time a person notices its effects, it could be going on for years.

Spinal degeneration is usually caused by untreated subluxations. Subluxations are distortions in your spine that interfere with your internal communications from the brain to all body parts. Subluxations cause loss of mobility of a joint, which may often be painless for years. Degeneration of the spine may also be caused by a trauma (accident or injury).

Dr. Seaman locates and corrects subluxations to improve health. Health means faster healing and increased energy. Chiropractic slows spinal degeneration and decreases inflammation. It improves spinal balance, posture, which will keep your joints, nerves and discs healthy and strong.

This will keep your body free of subluxations if done on a regular basis. A body free of subluxations slows disc degeneration. Call Seaman Chiropractic 773-545-223 or click on seamanchiro.com to schedule your appointment today.

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