What is chiropractic care?

Chiropractic care is a non-invasive and drug-free practice that treats musculoskeletal problems. Chiropractic care utilizes a holistic wellness model to treat patients through the use of chiropractic adjustment, exercise, and teaching healthy lifestyle choices to patients. Chiropractic care seeks to treat pain at the source through the use of chiropractic methods rather than mask symptoms with medications.

Is chiropractic care safe?

Yes, chiropractic care is a safe method of treating various ailments. According to the American Chiropractor Association, the risks associated with chiropractic treatments are very minimal, especially when compared to other medical treatments that rely heavily on over-the-counter or prescription medications, or surgically invasive procedures.

Is chiropractic care appropriate for children?

Yes, chiropractic care can safely treat a diverse range of conditions in children. Chiropractic methods used on children are individualized to their needs and are very gentle. Aside from soreness and pains related to physical activity or falls, chiropractic care can treat a variety of other conditions in children, such as:
Acid Reflux, Asthma, Birth trauma issues, Colic, Constipation, Ear infections, Scoliosis, Sleep difficulties or bed wetting

Additionally, chiropractic care may benefit breastfeeding mothers who are experiencing difficulties with nursing.

How many chiropractic sessions will I need?

A common myth about chiropractic care is that once you start, you will not be able to stop. The reality is that some people do choose to see a chiropractor for a prolonged period of time because they feel it contributes to their overall health and wellness. Other people choose to see the chiropractor over a shorter period of time, or until they no longer experience pain or other symptoms. It will always be up to you – the patient – to decide on how chiropractic benefits you and for how long to continue treatment.

It is important to note, however, that the problems of many patients started years ago. Therefore, multiple sessions may be necessary as the process of correcting the spine, muscular system, and nervous system can take time.

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