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It is estimated that chiropractors treat more than 30 million people each year, according to the American Chiropractic Association. From migraines to back pain, there is a range of conditions and symptoms that a chiropractor can help you treat without having to turn to medication or surgery. So, when should you consider turning to a chiropractor for care?
If you are sitting for most of the day, even if you aren’t experiencing aches and pains, you can still benefit from seeing a chiropractor for regular adjustments. After all, many people who are desk warriors, or sit for long periods, often have poor posture. The good news is that a chiropractor can help to improve your posture through ergonomic recommendations and spinal adjustments to ensure that there isn’t added pressure being placed on discs and bones that could lead to further musculoskeletal problems down the road.
Neck and back pain are two of the most common complaints that chiropractors treat. If you find yourself dealing with any of these issues a chiropractor can help provide pain relief. Whether your neck or back pain is due to poor posture, injury, or a disorder, chiropractic care can help you get your pain under control without having to resort to stronger painkillers or surgery.
Most people think that they only need to turn to a chiropractor if they are dealing with pain or discomfort; however, chiropractic adjustments and care can actually help you maintain optimal spinal health and prevent issues from happening in the first place. This can be a particular benefit for athletes and active individuals. Since you are putting your body under repeated stress, it is possible that your spine could be out of alignment and you could be prone to pinched nerves and other musculoskeletal problems.
If you are dealing with headaches due to tension or a stiff neck you may want to replace those painkillers for chiropractic care, which can provide you with drug-free and safe manipulative therapy that can ease chronic or severe headaches and migraines.
Whether you are dealing with a muscle injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, or arthritis, or if you are dealing with muscle or joint pain, a chiropractor can manipulate the soft tissue to alleviate muscle tension, knots, spasms, and tenderness. Through certain active exercises, a chiropractor can also improve flexibility and range of motion.
If you are interested in chiropractic services and techniques, contact your local chiropractor to learn more or to schedule an appointment. Discover a new way to care for your health.
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