If you are new to the world of Chiropractic treatment and aren’t sure what the Chiropractors at AICA College Park do beyond treating back pain, you may be surprised to know that our treatment solutions can help people with type 2 diabetes.
Although Chiropractic care can not replace the kind of support diabetic patients receive from their primary physicians, it can complement their efforts in ways that significantly reduce your symptoms and improve your quality of life.
Adult type 2 diabetics who maintain a healthy diet and exercise on a weekly basis can stabilize their glucose levels by incorporating spinal adjustments into their routine.
According to the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health, patients who are treated with 24 upper cervical manipulations over the course of two months can reduce their Hemoglobin levels, as well as their daily insulin shots.
The reason for this is because Chiropractic Adjustments can improve the connections within your nervous system, allowing for better hormone function.
There are three different ways the Chiropractors at AICA College Park can help type 2 diabetics manage their condition:
A Chiropractor can ensure that your pancreas is receiving strong nerve impulses from spinal nerves through the use of an adjustment.
If there are any interferences that are blocking your nerves from flowing to your pancreas, your pancreas ability to function properly significantly diminishes.
There are four ways chiropractors could help you if you have type 2 diabetes:
A chiropractor may be able to help through spinal manipulation of the neck and mid-back to ensure that the pancreas is receiving nerve impulses from spinal nerves.
Our Chiropractors are well-versed at creating custom diet plans that comprise of delicious meals and allow you to manage your type 2 diabetes effectively.
Consuming foods that are rich in whole grains and lean proteins is critical for maintaining long-term health.
The chiropractic manipulations to your lower back may help prevent progression of peripheral neuropathy in your legs.
Peripheral neuropathy is often caused by: