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Does Anyone You Know Suffer From Asthma?

Dear Friend,

First off, Chiropractic is NOT a treatment for asthma. However, many who suffer from asthma report big improvements just by receiving chiropractic care on a regular basis.

I have a friend who suffers from asthma and is more or less 'asthma free' now because he started getting adjustments regularly. He suffered for years with asthma as a small child, had shots, used inhalers, and even was in the hospital numerous times because of this condition.

No more. The only time he has a small attack is when he eats sugar. Other than that, he lives a normal life and breathes like everyone else.

Research shows a link between the spinal column, the nervous system the lungs and the respiratory system. This may be why many patients have mentioAsthma_1.bmpned improved breathing by consulting our practice.

Drugs may temporarily reduce symptoms - but they ignore any underlying nerve disturbance.

Asthma cases are rising at an


alarming rate. Even the

increasing use of cesarean

births,antibiotics and our

fascination with germ

killing have been cited.

If these factors were the only issue, why wouldn't all children living in the same house and breathing the same air, suffer equally?

Chiropractic Connection

Your diaphragm is the primary muscle used for breathing. Nerves that control each breath leave your brain and exit the spinal cord in the mid-neck (C3, C4 and C5) area. Spinal problems in this area can have a profound affect on the nerve supply to the diaphragm. CALL NOW!

Frank E. Kaden, D.C.

1921 Artesia Blvd.

Redondo Beach, CA 90278