Chiropractic is a natural healing art and science based on the fact that your body has recuperative, self-healing capabilities, and that there is a correlation between your skeletal structure and its optimum function.
Chiropractors are primarily interested in your overall health with a focus on your spine, joints, and muscles. Specialized, professional training enables chiropractors to quickly guide you to the best and most appropriate health care treatment.
Where chiropractors excel is in examining and diagnosing those non-emergency areas of pain and discomfort that affect your sense of well-being and daily activities, areas you might have a hard time understanding or identifying. Chiropractors are specifically trained to address these kinds of ongoing and recurring symptoms and to recommend the best treatment for you.
The areas chiropractic therapy is most effective in treating include
- back, neck, arm, and leg pain and injuries
- repetitive-activity injuries (such as tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, and rotator cuff problems)
- poor posture
- arthritis and joint soreness
- foot problems (such as flat feet, metatarsalgia, and plantar fasciitis)
Often, these areas respond remarkably well to the non-invasive, hands-on techniques of chiropractic. These techniques have been proven over time and and they owe their efficacy to the profession’s dedication to obtaining results through evidence-based treatment. Chiropractors also use modern tools and techniques to rehabilitate injuries and dysfunction. The chiropractic profession is committed to a continuous evaluation and re-evaluation of its methods and practice, guided by its primary commitment to your health.
If you have any questions about chiropractic or how I can help you, contact me.