Eliminating pain is the first step in chiropractic care, but is certainly does not stop there. Most chiropractors consider eliminating pain the easiest part of chiropractic. If a patient stops receiving care just because their pain has stopped, the likelihood of the pain causing condition to recur becomes greater. To prevent recurring conditions, it is important to make regularly scheduled trips to your chiropractor to ensure that the pain causing condition stays gone.
Visits to your chiropractor become much less frequent during the correction/restorative phase of care than in the initial phase. In most circumstances, stretches and exercises may be performed at the center or at home to help accelerate the healing process.
It is normal to occasionally experience flare ups of your symptoms, do not let this worry you if it happens. These flare ups are bound to occur until the body has been fully healed. This phase can last anywhere from a few months to a few years depending on the severity of your condition and how long you have been suffering from it.
Your spine will always be central to your wellbeing In the end, few things matter besides the health and well-being of ourselves and our family. Choosing to lead a long, healthy life takes a lot of commitment and work and can still be derailed by the intangibility of injury and disease. But this shouldn't scare you off: at Family Chiropractic & Natural Heal [ ... ]
Training your body the right way The body is a reflexive organism: it develops enough muscle to perform the tasks it is regularly called upon to perform. You are training every day to achieve feats of physical strength and activity that go beyond the normal biomechanics of human bodies; at Family Chiropractic & Natural Healing Center, we specialize in supporting [ ... ]
Take a moment to appreciate your neck and how it moves Moving your neck from side to side, forward and back is a range of motion that many of us take for granted until unrestricted motion is gone. For athletes, the cervical region’s health should be a priority; after all, how can you perform with a stiff neck?