Chiropractor in Escondido Offers $19 Adjustment for First Visit

Chiropractic care aims to treat a number of aches, pains, illnesses and ailments, all through its non invasive, hands on approach to healing. The neck and spine are areas of which chiropractic care is used the most. This is because both the neck and spine support the majority of the body and take most of the force and load in our lives. These areas of the body are the most susceptible to damage because of what we put them through each and every day. Vertebrae that make up the spine can be so damaged that they require a certain form of chiropractic treatment.

Spinal decompression therapy is that method. This practice is the release of built up pressure on the nerve roots and spinal cord. This pressure can be painful and limits both flexibility and mobility within the spine and surrounding joints. This is an effective form of therapy for things such as pinched nerves, degenerative disc disease and other spine related disorders.

This ailment is so harsh on the spine and the body that its main characteristic is that of compressing nerves. When problems with the spinal cord discs cause the spine to compress, the nerves can become pinched and this causes pain and sometimes immobility. Spinal decompression therapy is a non-surgical, non invasive option to help sufferers be relieved of their pain. The procedure also helps to free the pinched nerve and to straighten the spine so that no other parts of the body are affected and the decompression is fixed, leaving the spine to be correctly aligned and in full working order.

If you have issues with your spine, or with any other parts of the body, seeking the help of a medical professional is highly suggested. The Joint in Escondido welcomes walk ins as no appointments are needed. We offer adjustments for just $19 on the first visit, with great affordable deals available thereafter. Spinal decompression, as well as any other issues with the spine, joints or limbs, is a big deal. Come in to our clinic, let us assess the issues you may have and get you back to full health immediately.

 

Consult your primary care physician or chiropractor for any medical related advice.

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