More than just your neck and back
Every joint in our body is in constant contact with the brain through nerves called proprioceptors. When the joint is not in its ideal position it sends small signals to brain constantly. This can result in small changes in biomechanics or posture and often pain or discomfort. Adjusting the joints of the extremities can reset these proprioceptive signals and allow for optimal performance of the joints which will translate to less pain and discomfort and better response time. Dr Barnett has extensive certifications in extremity adjusting and is working toward postdoctoral certifications in this area. He has had a lot of success helping patients overcome issues with hyperpronation syndrome, plantar fasciitis, knee swelling, carpal tunnel, frozen shoulder, and other types of joint pains.