In our office, we strive to not only help you get well but to stay well. The best way for us to achieve this is by simply explaining the “how” and “why” of how our bodies work and what we can do to maintain the results that we are able to help you achieve.
Understanding The Circuits
When an appliance in a home is not working properly, it could have a devastating potential to short circuit and cause a fire that burns down the entire house. But thankfully, the appliance has been hardwired with a mechanism that when there is too much ‘charge’ detected, a signal is sent back to a connection to where the entire power supply to the house is located. This location is known as the fuse box. The fuse box will “blow the fuse” or simply shut off the power to the appliance and everything on that circuit supply. Therefore, no fire results and the house remains safe.
If you can understand this simple analogy, you can also understand how the most complex system in how your body works – your central nervous system.
Follow along for a second… in our previous example, the power supply is your brain, the house is your body, the fuse box and power points are your nervous system and the appliances in the house are all the other organs.
When an appliance is not working properly in your house, there is always a reason. The first obvious one is that the there is a problem with the power supply – either the power point is not turned on, or in fact the fuse is still blown from a previous problem! The second is that there is some kind of problem with the appliance itself.
Now, back to our body – when a part of it is not working properly what is your first thought? Do you ever think about the connection or power supply?
The Electricians of Health
Our expert team has been designed for just this reason. We want to provide our community with the care that will not only restore function but help you learn to maintain the long lasting results you have achieved to extend the quality and life of your body (appliance).
For Your Health,
Dr. Robert Ringston