General Chiropractic Care
Your spine is made up of 24 bones that protect the spinal cord. The spinal cord branches out between each vertebra to serve as a pathway that allows communication between the brain and the body.
When any part of the spine moves ‘out of place’ or becomes ‘misaligned’ (known as subluxation), the nerves become compressed causing various symptoms such as back pain, or numbness, depending on which part of the vertebra is affected.
Chiropractic care promotes proper alignment of the spine and other musculoskeletal parts, which optimizes the communication between the brain and various parts of the body.
Our goal is to provide a safe, appropriate, and comprehensive healing method of general chiropractic care with long-lasting, effective results.
What is a Spinal Adjustment?
A Spinal Adjustment, also known as ‘spinal manipulation’ is a term used to describe how chiropractic care is performed. It refers to the adjustment or manipulation of the misaligned vertebrae or bones to its proper position for it to function normally.
The approach utilizes various techniques such as low-amplitude (short) and high-velocity (quick) thrust which is an application of force by the use of the hand over the affected bones or joints to restore or enhance the bone and joint function.
Here are some of the most common benefits that chiropractic care can offer:
- Promotes normal blood circulation
- Improves breathing
- Relieves pain and discomfort
- Improved spinal curvature
- Reduces inflammation
- Improves neurological signs and symptoms (numbness, tingling, etc.)
- Relieves headaches
- Improves joint movement
- Reduces muscle tension
- Improved quality of sleep
- Improved skin condition
Chiropractic care is practiced in over one hundred countries around the globe. It is an effective treatment method to relieve a variety of neuromuscular and other general symptoms. Many individuals who had undergone chiropractic care reported an improvement in their preexisting health disorders and acute/chronic conditions.
Chiropractic care can help any of the following conditions:
- Back Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Neck Pain
- Arm and wrist pains
- Frequent Headaches
- Arthritis/Joint Pain and Discomforts
- Whiplash Injuries
- Work Injuries
- Sports Injuries
- Posture problems
- Stress or tension disorders
- Difficulty in moving of the limbs
- Leg, Knee, Foot, or Ankle Pains
- Limited range of motion in (neck, shoulder, back, hands, or legs)
These conditions are just some of the common reasons why clients seek chiropractic care. For many conditions involving neuromusculoskeletal symptoms, chiropractic care has become the number one alternative form of treatment.