Chiropractic Care FAQ
Here are some frequently asked questions:
Why Should I Go to a Chiropractor?
Because Chiropractic is now the largest non medical healing art in the world. Being patient education oriented, Chiropractic has been a life changing experience to millions of people.
Who Should Go to a Chiropractor?
Anyone with structural alignment, musculoskeletal, and/or neurological problems should see a chiropractor. That means people with bad posture, foot, ankle, knee, hip and spine
problems, including neck, TMJ and headaches.
Those with spinal compression and arthritis are primary candidates for Chiropractic care.
Why does Chiropractic help so many people in so many ways? It is because Chiropractic biomechanically balances the body, eliminating and correcting spinal compression, which decreases pressure on the nerves and blood vessels. Correcting compression and misalignment promotes natural healing, balance and coordination, and vitality, and strength.
Common Signs of Spinal Compression and/or Vertebral Misalignment (Subluxations) Include:
· Headaches / Migraines
· Neck / Shoulder / Arm Pain
· Numbness and Tingling
· Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
· Low Back Pain
· Disc Problems
· Leg / Sciatica Pain
· Hip / Knee Pain
· Foot / Ankle Problems
Other procedures that your Chiropractor might do:
Your Chiropractor can help you understand the importance of proper and balanced diet, posture, and strengthening exercises.
Methods such as ice, heat, massage, electrical therapies, therapeutic ultrasound and even Laser therapy may be used in conjunction with your adjustments to reduce pain, inflammation, swelling and irritation and to help restore proper motion and function to the joints.
Chiropractic Doctors at Dr. LeRoy Perry’s International Sportscience Institute (ISI) work as a comprehensive team with medical doctors, podiatrists, dentists, physical therapists, athletic trainers, Acupuncturists, and Ayurvedic Practitioners, as well as orthopedic surgeons, neurologists, and other specialists including cardiologists and cosmetic surgeons.
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