5 Things You Probably Don't Know About Chiropractic Care

Posted by Advanced Injury Care Clinic on Nov 18, 2019 12:20:05 PM

Even though it is seeing a rise in popularity, chiropractic care is still often misunderstood.

Many people are aware chiropractors can help them with their back pain, but they don't know about the many other things a chiropractor can do for their health.

Chiropractic care provides natural, drug-less, non-surgical health treatments that restore the body's inherent ability to heal itself.

Chiropractors typically diagnose and treat patients whose health problems are associated with the body's nervous, muscular, and skeletal systems.

Chiropractic care can do everything from treating headaches to boosting your immune system.

Chiropractors use what are called spinal adjustment to achieve these benefits.

They may also recommend changes in your lifestyle, incorporate exercise into your daily routine, and offer nutrition advice.

In the article below, we will talk about five things you might not have known your chiropractor can do for you.

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Facts about chiropractic care

1. Chiropractic Care Can Boost Your Immune System

Through spinal adjustments, your chiropractor can help regulate your autonomic nervous system and stimulate your immune system.

Your nervous system is one of the busiest networks in your body, regulating your brain, spinal cord, and nerve activities.

Your nervous system is responsible for the chemical reactions between endocrine and immune tissues as they work to keep you healthy.

Even though you might not have any symptoms of being sick or injured, misalignments of your spine could still be interfering with your nervous system, which in turn affects your immune system.

A study in New York found that people committed to chiropractic care for more than five years had a 200% better immune function than those who didn't.

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2. Chiropractic Care Is Safe For All Ages

Chiropractic care is safe for anyone with a spine.

From babies with colic, acid reflux, torticollis, to senior citizens with aching joints, chiropractors can treat anyone that needs their help.

If a child has a traumatic birthing process and tools like forceps and vacuums or forceful pulling is used, additional trauma can be added to the baby's already fragile upper neck.

Chiropractors can perform gentle adjustments to the baby to help fight back against the trauma.

Children are also typical patients of chiropractors.

The main reason a child sees a chiropractor is to help treat an ear infection, bed wetting, ADHD, anxiety, asthma, allergies, and scoliosis.

And there is also a wide array of reasons an adult or senior citizen would come in for chiropractic treatment.

Chiropractic care is good for everyone.

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3. Athletes Use Chiropractic Care For Better Performance, Not Just Injuries

Athletes love chiropractors because they are specialists in movement.

Chiropractors have helped the most elite athletes the world has ever seen, like Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Michael Phelps, Tom Brady, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and so many more.

Most major sports teams have a chiropractor on staff to help their players prevent injuries, recover from injuries, improve their balance and coordination, and give them a greater competitive edge.

If the world's best athletes, who depend on their bodies to make a living, turn to chiropractic care to perform their best, chiropractic care can definitely benefit everyone else.

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4. You Don't Have To Go Forever

Many people are under the impression that once you start going to the chiropractor, you have to go forever to sustain the benefits.

This isn't true.

During your first visit to the chiropractor, you will undergo a physical, and your chiropractor will take a look at your medical history.

Based on those things, your chiropractor will develop a treatment plan based on your needs.

Depending on your illness or injury, your treatment plan could involve weekly appointments, monthly checkups, or just a visit every so often to make sure everything is okay.

Your treatment plan will have a specific end date and won't be open-ended.

Some patients choose to continue seeing their chiropractors after their initial treatments have finished, but this is by no means is required and is a  matter of preference.

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5. Chiropractic Care Treats More Than Your Spine

Chiropractic care treats your central nervous system, which affects your entire body, not just your back and spine.

The nerves in your central nervous system that travel through and affect and control every function in your body begin their journey in your spinal cord.

Their communications with the other areas of your body can be disrupted if the joints surrounding your spinal column are not moving properly.

This disruption, coupled with compromised physiological function, is called a subluxation.

Chiropractors also provide treatment for detoxification, nutritional assessment, physical therapy, and natural rehabilitation.

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Contact Advanced Injury Care Clinic

Chiropractic care treats so much more than back pain.

It helps athletes get ready for the big game, boosts your immune system, and even help newborns recover from a traumatic birth.

If you'd like to find out what chiropractic care can do for you, contact the team at Advanced Injury Care Clinic.

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