Chiropractic

 

 

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Chiropractic treatment is one of the most popular modalities of non-surgical healthcare offered in the States. It is commonly thought that chiropractic treatment is simply about adjusting a misaligned vertebrae in the spine with the hopes that this will improve the patient's health and function. However, chiropractic care encompasses much more than this simple technique. Chiropractic also involves treating back pain, knee and hip pain, neck pain, and other musculoskeletal issues with the use of soft-tissue manipulation or soft-tissue techniques. Chiropractic correction, also known as spinal manipulation, is an artistic technique performed by a chiropractic physician with the aid of small hand-held instruments or hand-held devices to apply gentle pressure to a spinal joint through the use of slow, measured, manual pressure. The aim is to restore proper spinal movement and overall physical function of the body. Chiropractic correction is considered safe if performed by a person who is properly trained... although sometimes mistakes can happen, even with a trained chiropractic physician. 

 

 

 

 
Chiropractor

 

A chiropractor is a health professional who performs diagnostic and treatment procedures on the spine of patients. Chiropractors use their hands to manipulate the structures of the spine that are related to the nervous system. This may involve applying gentle and controlled pressures on the spine to help correct alignment and restore function to the spine. There are several types of chiropractor: family practitioners, opaths, physical therapists, athletic trainers, neuromusculoskeletal therapists and psychiatrist. Each has its own methods of treatment and is trained in a different way. Some chiropractors specialize in treating patients who have suffered sports injuries to the spine or extremities. They usually have the background of practicing medicine but focus more on the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal problems. Chiropractors who perform sports therapy may include athletic trainers who instruct athletes on exercises that improve muscle strength and flexibility and prevent injuries. The chiropractor also can treat athletes with knee and neck pain caused by overuse of the joints. 

 

 

 

  

Chiropractors

 

If you have ever been to a chiropractor's office, you know they commonly use chiropractors massage techniques. Chiropractors often use this technique as well, in fact, it is sometimes used together with other treatment modalities such as heat therapy, ice therapy, hydrotherapy, physical therapy, and exercise. There are various reasons for using this treatment modality. For example, some chiropractors might want to correct motor issues that are causing a person pain. Some other people use this technique as an additional treatment after an initial injury has healed or been resolved.

 

 

How does massage work? This technique works by applying controlled pressure to a particular joint or point on the body to alleviate pain, relax tight muscles, increase flexibility, improve circulation, and stimulate healing. The application of massage can be done to specific areas or the whole body. It is believed that by using massage in conjunction with other treatment methods, a person's body will receive more nutrition as well as energy to promote healing.One common question about chiropractors massage is whether or not it is safe. The reason that massage is safe is because chiropractors are trained to use natural substances in their treatments.

 

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Palmercare Chiropractic - Falls Church
150 S. Washington St. Suite 301, Falls Church, VA 22046
(571) 327-2213
https://www.fallschurch.palmercare.com/