We offer complete chiropractic care—consultations, manipulation, and
physical therapy, as well as stretching and exercise programs—to
help you heal better and faster and to keep you feeling better once
you’ve improved. Our specific services include diversified
technique, flexion/distraction technique, physiotherapeutic,
rehabilitative exercise programs, myofascial stretching, and soft
We provide sophisticated spinal correction utilizing the most
advanced techniques in chiropractic care. These newer correction
methods are gentle, more comfortable and more effective than ever
We teach our patients special "blueprint" exercises specific to each
person; These will help you strengthen and correct your own
individual problems! In most cases, these exercises can be performed
in the comfort of your own home, and can improve the effectiveness
of your spinal correction by as much as 30 to 40 percent.
We often find it helpful to "coach" our patients on certain
activities they should avoid or do differently to prevent
aggravating their particular health challenges. Our goal is to help
every patient achieve an active and fulfilling lifestyle full in
which physical activities can be enjoyed without the fear of
reinjury or recurrent pain.
On-site Posture & Spinal Screenings
Posture and spinal screenings can reveal important health
information and unlock the door to improved health and well-being.
We provide screenings at area businesses, area malls, community
events and health fairs
Massage therapy provides a considerable range of therapeutic
benefits, and it feels great! Regular massage therapy can be an
important part of your healthy living by enhancing chiropractic
care, reducing stress in the body, improving circulation and
Immediate care directed toward pain relief and patient recovery.
Individually focused treatment and rehabilitation programs for the
correction of chronic conditions to include: Subluxation
degeneration, chronic arthritic pain, scoliosis, carpal tunnel
syndrome, loss of spinal curvature, chronic whiplash.
Finally, in August 2006, a life-long
dream came true for Dr. Renslow. Natural Solutions Chiropractic was
born!!! By focusing on quality of care, patient education,
prevention, and a holistic approach to health care, during his first
year of practice in Weston, Dr. Renslow was voted best Chiropractor
in the city by the readers of the Weston Gazette.
It is the doctor’s opinion that true
health is not merely the absence of disease, but is the body
functioning at its optimal level. Natural Solutions uses the
combination of chiropractic, acupuncture, herbs, rehabilitation, and
exercise and nutritional counseling to not only treat injured and
ill patients, but as a means of prevention. The goal is to not only
heal patients, but to change their perspective on health and life.
Wellness Care, Supportive Care and Prevention
Directed toward optimizing the self healing, self rejuvenating
systems of the body.
and maintenance of nervous system function through prevention
and management of spinal subluxation.
care focused on maintenance of spinal function and chronic pain
management for permanent spinal degenerative disorders.
education lectures are also available for civic groups and
businesses designed to prevent spinal injury and promote healthy
Treatment for Spinal Disorders Including
Whiplash disorders, sprain/strain injuries, pinched nerve, acute and
chronic low back pain, neck pain, sciatica, disc injury, arthritis
pain, migraine, headache, jaw pain (TMJ), numbness, tingling,
fibromyalgia, and many more!
Sports Injury & Extremity Conditions Including Rehabilitation
Knee injuries, shoulder injuries, wrist injuries/carpal tunnel
syndrome, bursitis, tendonitis, rotator cuff injuries, ankle
We are not only dedicated to relieving pain and dysfunction from
injury or disease, but we also place great emphasis on maintenance
and wellness care. Our goals are as follows:
body function at its optimum potential
recurrent aches and pains that won’t go away
recurrence of prior neck and back pain
body use energy more efficiently in sports, work, and daily
potential for early breakdown and degeneration of structure
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Herbal medicine, also called botanical medicine or phytomedicine,
refers to the use of any plant's seeds, berries, roots, leaves,
bark, or flowers for medicinal purposes.
What is the history of herbal medicine?
Plants had been used for medicinal purposes long before recorded
history. In the early 19th century, when methods of chemical
analysis first became available, scientists began extracting and
modifying the active ingredients from plants. Later, chemists began
making their own version of plant compounds, beginning the
transition from raw herbs to synthetic pharmaceuticals. Over time,
the use of herbal medicines declined in favor of pharmaceuticals.
Recently, the World Health Organization estimated that 80% of people
worldwide rely on herbal medicines for some aspect of their primary
healthcare. In the last twenty years in the United States,
increasing public dissatisfaction with the cost of prescription
medications, combined with an interest in returning to natural or
organic remedies, has led to an increase in the use of herbal
medicines. In Germany, roughly 600 to 700 plant-based medicines are
available and are prescribed by approximately 70% of German
physicians. Herbs are such an integral part of the German health
care system in fact, that the government has a regulatory agency
called the Commision E that tests herbs for efficacy, potency, and
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cupuncture is the gentle insertion of very fine needles into specific points on
the body. This process stimulates movement of energy within the body, allowing
natural healing to take place. These points are selected based on years of
training acupuncturists receive based on over 3,000 years of experience in
Acupuncture helps to prevent illness by improving the overall functioning of the
body's immune and organ systems. Acupuncture is helpful for:
Treating existing illnesses and injuries.
Preventing both recurrence of illnesses and new illness.
Improving overall health.
Acupuncture originated in China over 3,000 years ago. It is part of the holistic
system of healing known as Traditional Chinese Medicine ("TCM").
The Classical Chinese explanation is that energy (Qi) flows in channels
(meridians) throughout the body and over its surfaces. These channels are rivers
of energy which are referred to as meridians. The Chinese have identified 71
meridians in the human body, which is a basic energy map for all people. The
meridians are often compared to a series of interconnected highways. Each of the
major organs in the body is associated with its own meridian. Through the
network of meridians the internal organs are connected to certain areas and
parts of the body including the muscles, bones, joints, and also other organs.
The Chinese believe that health is a manifestation of balance, both within the
body itself and between the body and the external environment. When the body is
internally balanced and in harmony with the external environment, Qi flows
smoothly through the meridians to nourish the organs and tissues. If an
obstruction occurs in one of the meridians, the Qi is disrupted and cannot flow
properly. When the Qi cannot flow smoothly or is forced to flow in the opposite
direction, the body's innate balance is disrupted and illness results.
Acupuncture points are the specific points on the meridians where the Qi is both
concentrated and accessible. Acupuncture engages the Qi by inserting needles at
these specific points, the goal being to restore the proper flow of Qi. As the
body regains its natural balance, well-being returns.
To the human body, acupuncture needles are a physical stimulus. In Western
science, a stimulus is defined as a detectable change in either the external
environment or within the body itself. When the body detects change, it produces
a response. Although acupuncture is not yet fully understood by Western science,
with modern technology scientists can now actually begin to "see" the body's
response to acupuncture. For example, using an MRI (a very sophisticated x-ray),
researchers have shown that when a needle is inserted at specific acupuncture
points on the body, corresponding changes occur in the brain.
In the West, acupuncture is most well-known for its ability to relieve pain so
the majority of research thus far has been done in this area. Acupuncture points
are now believed to stimulate the central nervous system (the brain and spinal
cord) to release pain-relieving chemicals into the muscles, spinal cord and
brain. Acupuncture may also stimulate other chemicals to be released by the
brain, including hormones that influence the self-regulating system of the body.
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