What is Chiropractic?
Chiropractic is a natural form of
health care without the use of drugs or surgery. It's a hands on approach to viewing the person as a whole
and not just the symptoms. This health care profession focuses on the spine and other joints of the body, and their connection to the nervous system. Chiropractors use adjustments to restore joint function and support the nervous system.
An estimated 50 million Americans see a Chiropractor each year.
Who can benefit from Chiropractic care?
Anyone--from expecting mothers, newborns, children, teens, adults, to senior citizens. Chiropractic is conservative health care for everyone in the family, of all ages!
Did you know? Every professional sports team has a Chiropractor on staff and animals get treated by veterinary chiropractors as well. Many horse owners utilize chiropractic care for their race horses to improve performance.
What is a Chiropractor?
A Chiropractor is a doctor of Chiropractic who is board certified.
A chiropractic practitioner is a health care professional who specializes in spinal health and well-being.
They focus on the prevention, diagnosis and conservative care of spine-related disorders and other painful joint issues. In addition to adjustments, Chiropractors also provide soft-tissue therapies, life-style recommendations, fitness coaching, and nutritional advice.
You do not need a referral to see a Chiropractor.
What is an Adjustment?
A Chiropractic adjustment is a very safe, specific, controlled force applied to a joint to restore proper function and mobility. Accidents, falls, stress or overexertion can negatively impact your spine or other joints. These can impact tissues, the nervous system, and other areas of the body. Left unresolved, this can make you more susceptible to chronic problems.
Chiropractic adjustments reduce pain, increase movement, and improve performance.