Oklahaven Children’s Chiropractic Center, a nonprofit with a 55-year history of hope and healing children without state, federal or United Way funding, is hosting its annual Have-A-Heart Campaign from February 7 to 14. Individuals can participate by making a contribution and placing their name on a heart to help a hurting child.
With a philosophy that health is the result of optimal function, not the absence of symptoms or dis-ease, Oklahaven practitioners believe in the power of the human body to heal itself using its recuperative power. The spine and nervous system are so intimately related that a loss of integrity of the life force within the body results in changes in the function, known as the state of vertebral subluxation. The adaptive information communicated between the brain and body has interference with its transmittance, which means the brain has less accurate awareness of and control over what goes on in the body. The self-regulating ability of the body is diminished. Chiropractors work to align the spine and nervous system so that the body can communicate effectively and allow itself to heal.
The Have-A-Heart Campaign helps support Oklahaven’s mission to help the most damaged children in our area, providing healing and hope for these youngsters and their anguished and brokenhearted families.
For more information or to participate in the Have-A-Heart Campaign, visit Chiropractic4Kids.com.