There’s nothing that does not take time, and it certainly applies to the human body. It doesn’t repair itself in a day, and the body’s response to an injury or damage is complex and variable. Each individual has unique medical history and lifestyle that may hinder recovery. Healing depends on the extent of damage, the type of tissue, age, and others that may be out of control. While healing takes time, you can certainly optimize the body.
Although we can’t control how fast the body repairs the damaged tissue, we can control to avoid things that may hinder the recovery. From a movement perspective, strength training can be a great tool to achieve optimal body conditioning. However, taking rest and avoiding certain movements may be necessary to avoid aggravating damaged or injured tissues for a while.
Restoration craftsmen are considered some of the best artisans in the world. Billions of dollars are spent each year to restore works of art, antiques, homes, and such. The purpose of the restoration is not to add or improve on the original idea, but to restore the artifact to its original condition. Upper cervical chiropractic care is not much different from restorative work. By detecting and correcting spinal abnormalities, the adjustment restores normal nerve function, which allows natural healing processes of the body to take place to full completion.