Metabolism Imbalance Increases Risk of Liver Cancer

Our primary goal when a patient walks in the door is to help you feel better whether that means get you out of pain or have you finishing the marathon without injury. Yet we’re not called ProActive for nothing: our goal is to make sure we catch system problems before they become serious.

For the last few weeks, we have been doing screenings for metabolic imbalances (officially called Metabolic Syndrome or Prediabetes). ProActive Chiropractic focuses on this important condition that affects 30% of the population because metabolic imbalances have been shown to dramatically increase the likelihood of a person developing diabetes, stroke, and heart attacks.

We will continue doing these three minute complimentary screenings in our financial district office for our patients and the community at large during May. Recent research shows a direct link between metabolic imbalances and the development of liver cancer so we will continue the focus for the rest of the month.


About the Author

Dr. Andrew Cohen

Most chiropractors think that keeping you out of the doctor’s office is a bad business model, but I know that if I can keep you doing the things you love pain free, you’ll tell your friends. I don’t need to see you 3 times a week for the rest of your life. There are too many people in San Francisco who really need care whom I want to help. I treat you like an Olympic athlete who wants to get back into the game pain free ASAP.
Andrew Cohen, DC, CCSP®