Chiropractic is a branch of the healing arts based upon the understanding that good health depends, in part, upon a normally functioning nervous system (especially the spine, and the nerves extending from the spine to all parts of the body). "Chiropractic" comes from the Greek word chiropraktikos, meaning "effective treatment by hand."

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The founder of D.N.F.T. Chiropractic, Richard Van Rumpt, D.C.

D.N.F.T.® chiropractic is a systematic analysis of the spine, discs, ribs, extremities, cranial bones, muscles, ligaments, and other soft tissue structures, where the goal is to remove the mis-alignment and consequential nerve interference (subluxation). Dr. Chance chooses to practice this highly effective form of chiropractic because it works very fast and has long lasting effects. Most people feel relief of their original problem immediately, with only 2-12 follow up visits to complete the correction. Future injuries may be solved in a low number of visits, depending on the severity of the injury. Many patients enjoy regular checkups to maintain their optimal physiology, recognizing they feel better-body, mind and spirit. 

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A curious Dr. Henry Winsor, a medical doctor in Haverford, Pennsylvania began to wonder: “Chiropractors claim that by adjusting one vertebra, they can relieve stomach troubles and ulcers; by adjusting another, menstrual cramps; and by adjusting others conditions such as thyroid conditions, kidney disease, constipation, heart disease, and lung disease may resolve-but how?” He decided to investigate this new science and art of healing—chiropractic. The year was 1921.

Read more: The Winsor Autopsies-Validating Chiropractic

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