Dr. Christine Curran, owner of Cornerstone Chiropractic, in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, was exposed to chiropractic care at a young age. “My grandfather used chiropractic for over 70 years. In high school, I had my own personal chiropractic healing story when acid reflux and headaches resolved with chiropractic adjustments,” she recalls.
“It wasn’t until I got to chiropractic school that I realized that chiropractic was much more than pain management—it’s lifestyle health management,” she explains. “It’s about helping the body to heal itself to the best potential, every hour of every day.”
When Curran became a chiropractor, she decided she wanted to share the complete chiropractic story with her patients, that she calls practice members. “Every day, we live our lives through our nervous system. It determines who we are and how we interpret life,” she says. “Chiropractic adjustments remove subluxations, which are disturbances in the nervous system, so we can live a more fulfilling life. While I see plenty of people dealing with pain, most of my members don’t have any pain, but they do want to ensure maximum life potential. When you regularly clear out the nervous system, you’re better able to handle what is presently happening in your life. You’re not dealing with stresses from your past and able to focus on healing in the present.”
Read more about Dr. Curran and her clinic in the article Family-Friendly Chiropractic Care in Dillsburg that was featured in the August 2015 issue of Natural Awakenings South Central Pennsylvania.