What Can Your Chiropractor Offer You?
Starting with a focus that excludes medication and seeks to avoid surgery, the chiropractor can offer you assistance with back pain, neck pain, joint pain in the arms or legs or headaches for starters.
In an age where pain relievers are rampant, this whole person approach minus medication can be a refreshingly healthy way to go.
Chiropractors also work with people who are in chronic pain and depressed, have serious arthritis in their back, hands, wrists and knees, or have just taken a fall or had a bad car accident.
The list and variety of people in pain is almost endless. But the solutions all aim for a one on one tailored approach that fits the individual, wherever they land.
The chiropractor sees people in pain and uses a hands on approach in patient examination, diagnosis and treatment.
I have known people of all ages and backgrounds who suddenly found their days filled with new pain and frustrating handicaps that they had never encountered before. Turning to their doctor and their chiropractor they sought real solutions as they gradually worked their way through the problem.
Some patients were hands-on workers who never let a little pain stop them. Others were plucky seniors who just kept going when pain tried to shut them down.
And in between, there appeared a whole range of office people and technicians who seldom worried about their posture or workplace correctness. They just got the job done on time, whatever it took.
Find out how this fits you.
When you see the chiropractor for the first time there is an initial spinal adjustment to evaluate spinal health, coupled with a complete medical history review and a discussion of daily activities. Out of that examination comes the identification of pain sources and the possible solutions that may bring relief.
The chiropractor makes it is his job to see about the best ways to provide pain relief, helping to steer the individual back to regular routines. Each case is an individual needing special attention and special solutions.
In the process there may be a new diet, relaxation exercises, discussions about workplace posture and tensions, and suggestions for walking, deep breathing, meditation, yoga, or Tai Chi.
As an ongoing treatment program with a running dialogue you may find the feedback and relief you need.
Make an appointment and find out more.