Mending a Strain or Spain? Chiropractic Helps
By Sandy Schroeder
When muscle strains, sprains and falls happen, the body needs time to mend. If you, or someone in your family, is facing the aftermath of an injury, chiropractic can help.
The chiropractic approach to spinal health is a whole person one. When the spine is aligned the whole body benefits, and begins to heal.
Stop by The Joint Chiropractic clinic in your community, and discover what this may mean for you.
When you come in, your chiropractor will want to talk about what has happened, and where you are with the pain and recovery process. He or she will also want to know about your normal routine, and your medical history.
Together, the two of you will shape a treatment to help you heal. If it seems beneficial, a spinal adjustment will be used to correct any dysfunctions in the spine. At that point you may feel far-reaching pain relief in areas such as the back, neck, and other joints. You may also experience a sense of relaxation, more energy and a clearer mental focus.
Your spinal adjustment will be done in an open bay room on a comfortable table. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes.
Wellness is a very individual thing. As you and your chiropractor assess your response, you can begin to make your way back to your normal activities. Your chiropractor will be there to guide you, as you keep moving to regain your strength.
I have watched many individuals go through this process, some quickly, some more slowly. In each case, the body healed, and the daily routine was reclaimed as chiropractors provided the ongoing monitoring and backup that was needed. When those individuals were well, they kept their chiropractors in place as a safety net for the future. For many of them, that worked out to be years of assistance, carrying them into healthy retirements.
Chiropractic backup is very versatile. It may help to improve nerve communication in the body, assist joint motion and coordination, achieve relief from back and neck pain, or trigger relief for ankle, leg, knee, or foot or pain. Chiropractors may also help with shoulder, elbow, arm, and wrist pain.
To find out more about chiropractic, stop by The Joint Chiropractic clinic near you. You may be pleasantly surprised to find out how simple everything is. For starters, you don't need an appointment. Walk-in visits are welcome. Convenient evening and weekend hours are available. You won’t need an insurance referral either. An affordable care program eliminates the need for insurance.