When should I go see a Chiropractor?
You should visit a Chiropractor if you have pain that last more than a few days, but you don't have to be in pain to see a Chiropractor.
Our goal is to help you maintain an optimal level of health and wellness, so coming in before you have any symptoms is a great way to prevent pain from occurring.
The course of treatment specific to you; treatment can include spinal adjustments, joint mobilization, muscle release techniques, muscle stimulation or therapeutic exercise.
Most people respond well to care and get back to regular activities faster than waiting it out
How can Chiropractors help?
As a Chiropractor my goal is to restore healthy function to your spine and related muscles and ligaments to get you moving. We perform adjustments of vertebrae of the spine and other joints of the body.
Adjustments help relieve pain and restore normal movement so that you are able to enjoy everyday activities again as quickly as possible.
Your treatment duration depends on your specific condition – many people begin to feel better after a few visits but if you have been living with a specific condition for a long time or have a degenerative issue treatment typically is longer.
What Can Chiropractors treat?
We are experts in treating injuries and disorders of the spine, muscles, bones and joints of the body. Back pain, neck pain, headaches are the most common ailments for consulting a Chiropractor. We restore proper movement in your body and improve flexibility and posture, help with work-related issues, accidents, sport injuries, household chores, and even the general stress of every day living.
What should I expect?
Your first visit to the office will include you providing a health history where you talk about previous illnesses, past surgeries, medications and other health issues. We will discuss about your current health and any associated pains/ailments and perform a physical examination. X-rays maybe required to help diagnose the issue at hand.
We will go through a report of findings of the assessment and discuss treatment recommendations before starting care.