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There are many different signs that indicate it may be suitable to come in and see a Chiropractor. This post will identify some of the most common signs and how Chiropractic care may help.
There are many different symptoms that people can experience before seeing a Chiropractor. Here are some of the most common signs we see (but not limited to) (Beliveau et al., 2017):
One of the most common signs Chiropractors see are individuals with low back pain and stiffness. This can affect how you perform at work. Nearly 600 million people worldwide are affected by this (Cancelliere et al., 2016). Low back pain and stiffness can create burden on your finances and personal wellbeing.
Energy plays a vital role in helping your body function properly. Your brain sends messages down your spinal cord – if there’s a spinal dysfunction in your spine, it can interfere with these messages being sent and can impact your energy levels (Bredin et al., 2015).
Signs you may be experiencing can also impact other aspects of your life, including –
Therefore, it is important to get on top of these signs to help reduce the impact it has on your daily activities.
A recent study has shown that overall, patients had high levels of satisfaction with Chiropractic care (MacPherson et al., 2015). At Total Health Chiropractic, we provide quality alternative health care that focuses primarily on improving the nervous and musculoskeletal system to help with pain and discomfort people experience. This, in turn, helps to improve overall body function. This is achieved by using a variety of techniques tailored to suit individual patient requirements. Our experienced Chiropractors will complete thorough examinations to make sure we are right for you. Some of our treatment approaches include manual adjustments, hand held adjustments, manual assisted techniques, soft tissue techniques and rehabilitation exercises. Our Chiropractors aim to help with these signs long term.
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Article written by Dr. Mymy Quach (Chiropractor)