At Axis Medical Center, our focus is on you and your unique needs. We understand that every patient’s health journey is different, which is why we offer personalized care tailored to your specific goals and challenges. Our team of highly trained professionals is dedicated to working with you to find the most effective and integrative solutions for your health concerns.

Our goal at Axis Medical Center is to help you achieve optimal health without the need for surgery or opioids. We believe that natural and non-invasive approaches are the best way to not only treat existing health issues, but also prevent future ones from arising. Our personalized care plans utilize a variety of techniques such as physical therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, and more to address the root cause of your condition and provide long-term relief.

In addition to providing effective and personalized care, we are also committed to educating our patients about their health and well-being. We believe that knowledge is power and by understanding your body and how it functions, you can take an active role in maintaining your own health. Our team will work closely with you to develop a customized plan that not only addresses your current health concerns, but also empowers you to make lasting lifestyle changes that will benefit your overall well-being.

As mentioned above, the three basic factors responsible for optimum health are structure, biochemistry and emotions. These factors comprise an equilateral triangle called “the triad of health”. If one side of the triangle becomes deficient, poor health is the result.

Axis Medical Center utilizes Integrated Applied Kinesiology techniques to evaluate body function. Only by carefully observing all sides of this equilateral triangle can the total person be treated.

1. Structure

The structural aspect of health makes up the base of the triangle. In the world of modern medicine, everyone is trying to use the chemical side (pharmaceutical drugs) and the emotional side to get people well. These aspects are important as well, but the structural elements of the body need to function optimally in order to achieve balance. It is obvious that someone may need structural corrections if they hurt their back or develop an ankle or knee injury. But structural treatment is important in another sense. Structural imbalances in the spine, extremities and skull can lead to biochemical dysfunction. Conditions like indigestion, hypertension, allergies, anemia and hormonal imbalances can be attributed to structural imbalances. Structural integrity is also important for emotional well being. Structural imbalances can cause nervous system dysfunction which may lead to irritability, attention deficit disorder, depression, learning disabilities, increased stress, and many other disorders all the way up to schizophrenia.

2. Chemical

Modern medicine utilizes the idea that biochemical dysfunction is the cause of disease in the body. Although we usually do not have an aspirin, Prozac or Viagra deficiency, pharmaceutical drugs are needed at times. The conservative approach to correct dysfunction in the body is by eating right. This alone is not always the answer because we must digest, absorb and utilize the food we eat. We must make sure that all of our digestive functions are performing properly so that we may benefit from a proper diet. Sometimes supplements of specific vitamins and minerals are required because of soil depletion, processed foods, and years of neglect we impose on our bodies. Prolonged stress can cause imbalances in the body’s inflammation process, digestion, immune function and hormonal regulation. These are biochemical irregularities that most Americans with heath challenges suffer from.

Another aspect of biochemistry causing health challenges is toxicity, poising and infections. Through a proper medical history of the patient, blood test interpretation, functional testing and using applied kinesiology as a diagnostic tool, the doctor can target each individual’s weakest link in order to correct their biochemical dysfunction.

3. Mental

There is no doubt that society as a whole has emotional challenges. We see this in individuals and in groups of people. Recent scientific evidence shows that emotional dysfunction can be the result of physiologic (biochemical) dysfunction. Blood sugar imbalances, allergies and toxicity can result in conditions like depression, hyperkinesis and anxiety. Structural imbalances can also cause nervous system dysfunction, which may result in confusion, learning disabilities, irritability and even schizophrenia. The total concept of health: The sides of the equilateral triangle are in balance with each other. When there is a constant structural problem, it may influence the person’s emotions. Emotions affect the digestive system, which interferes with the normal digestion of food a person eats; because of this, the chemical side of the triangle becomes involved and a nutritional deficiency may develop. Muscle weakness may result, which then increases the structural strain, again completing the vicious circle.