Chiropractic Blog

As the summer ended, did you end up sitting on the bench, boat dock, or on the couch in pain while everyone else continued on with their fun? If so, you should seriously look for good chiropractic care! You think that your pain will just go away with a little medication or sleep. However, it’s still there in the morning. You need a diagnosis of the cause of the pain so that you can receive specialized chiropractor services designed for your particular problems.

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The term “chiropractic adjustment” can also be referred to as “spinal manipulation.” As you may already know, this is the primary chiropractic treatment method for back pain, relieving pressure on joints, reducing inflammation, and improving nerve function. Chiropractic adjustments have been a trusted form of treatment since the ancient Greek Hippocrates documented manipulative techniques in his writings back in 1500 B.C. Today, spinal manipulation (chiropractic adjustment) is used to treat many other conditions, including allergies, menstrual cramps, headaches/migraines, neck pain, and back pain.

So what happens when you get a chiropractic adjustment? Although there are different techniques used by chiropractors (some may use manual force, while others techniques are more gentle), all are intended with specific and precise manipulation to restore or enhance joint function with the objectives of reducing joint pain and inflammation. Chiropractic adjustments can keep body functioning at its highest level without pain. When the spine is in proper alignment, the body can respond and perform as it was built to do.

Many people suffer from chronic pain in their lower back, limbs, and neck. To help keep your pain under control, or even reach a level of little to no pain at all, it takes consistent chiropractic therapy, also called spinal manipulation. Because our bodies are subject to stress and injury in our daily activities, it is important to keep up with regular treatment for the long term to relieve this stress and nerve interference.

When a patient visits our office with chronic and debilitating pain, a period of intensive treatment is often prescribed to allow the pain and disability levels to decrease. Thus, once the levels of pain have decreased to little or no pain at all, it is important to follow up with chiropractic therapy on a regular consistent basis. Otherwise, it is probable that a patient’s level of pain and/or disability will revert back to their pre-treatment levels.

Many people suffer from chronic pain in their lower back, arms, legs, or neck. You may find it difficult to make it through your day without the use of pain medication. You may even be considering back surgery. Before heading down that road, find a chiropractic clinic and ask about ongoing chiropractic treatment, also referred to as “spinal manipulation.” You may be surprised that consistent treatment can help you achieve your goal of wellness through chiropractic care!

Some people consider chiropractic treatment as a short-term treatment for pain, but it can also keep chronic pain under control in the long term. Patients have reported that consistent chiropractic treatment has resulted in pain-free living. In comparison, think about your home. It required constant maintenance to prevent the walls, floors, and roof from deteriorating. So it is with people who suffer from chronic pain. Consistent chiropractic treatment over an extended period of time will help you achieve chiropractic wellness.

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