Often people visit their chiropractor because they are in pain. In this first step, the main goal is to reduce your pain symptoms. This can require frequent visits, typically anywhere from 2-3 times per week to daily visits.
People tend to think they are perfectly healthy if they are not experiencing any pain. In reality, lack of pain is a very poor indicator of health. Most diseases and other conditions don't show signs of pain until they in their advanced stages. For example, a cavity doesn't hurt while it is forming. A cavity causes pain only after it has already formed.
Visiting a chiropractor will cause most of the pain you may be experiencing to disappear. Although the pain may be gone, the underlying condition causing the pain is still there.
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