Allergy Treatment in Bozeman, MT
Do you suffer from the Bozeman spring and fall allergies, hay fever or other allergies such as smoke and pollutants? Have you tried everything to get rid of them but they are still making your life miserable? I know what you are thinking, "chiropractors work on the back and neck, so what are they going to do for my allergies?" It may come as a suprise to you but allergies can be treated by chiropractic care.
Allergies are an intolerant response from your body to specific substances that most people find harmless. Studies show that between 20-30 million people are affected by allergies each year in the US alone. Some people find their symptoms include headaches, sneezing, sinus congestion, fatigue, difficulty sleeping, digestive problems, asthma, skin conditions, and hay fever. Many people find Bozeman, MT to be a much greater source of their allergens due to the low humidity and great number of pollon producing trees.
Traditional Treatments vs. Chiropractic Treatments
Traditional treatments for allergies include antihistamines such as Claritin, which can give temporary relief to the allergic reaction that you are dealing with, but it is treating the reaction alone and not treating the cause of the reaction.
Since respiratory and immune system functions rely heavily on healthy and consistant messages from the brain and spinal cord to coordinate their actions, malfunctions in these systems may be caused by alterations in the neurological system. Misalignments of the spine can cause a miscommunication of the nervous system and ultimately a hypersensitive and overactive immune system causing your allergic reactions.
If you live in the Bozeman, Montana area and you are suffering greatly from the symptoms of allergies, call or drop by to Dr. Rising's office at Gallatin Valley Chiropractic of Bozeman and arrange for him to properly evaluate your spine to see if it could be causing your allergy sumptoms. Together we will work to get your spine healthy and your allergy symptoms under control.