Chiropractic care addresses spinal problems (called subluxations) anywhere in your spine,
not just in your low back. A subluxation exists where spinal bones become misaligned or lose
their normal range of movement. These problem sites irritate or put pressure on local nerves
which interferes with communication between your brain and body (and vice versa).
Using highly skilled, gentle adjustments the unhealthy effect on your body is reduced and
corrected. In time, the spine and its nervous system can function normally again.
To help you accomplish this, there are different types of chiropractic care available.
Just as there are different reasons for visiting a chiropractor, there are different types of care.
Which approach you take depends on what you’re trying to achieve.
Some patients simply want relief from pain. Others are looking for a way to stay healthy.
In either case, chiropractic care works.
All chiropractic care begins with an initial examination, after which x-rays may be recommended
to determine the seriousness of your condition. In addition to being adjusted, you may be given
exercises to do, diet suggestions and ways to improve your posture.
Relief Care is provided for acute pain and discomfort. Depending on the diagnosis, your age and
physical condition, frequent visits over a relatively short period of time may be required.
Corrective Care treats long term spinal problems. Because they have existed for some time they
require a longer period of care, similar to crooked teeth slowly improving with braces.
Maintenance Care helps you retain the benefits you’ve achieved from the relief and corrective care.
Continuing to work with your chiropractor and having periodic adjustments will keep you as healthy
as you can be in your particular lifestyle.
Chiropractic visits, exercise and a sensible diet will help you enjoy the best of health well into
the future. So now, if you do happen to become a grandparent, it really can be grand.