The Benefits of Chiropractic

Interactive 3D Spine by ChiroHosting Chiropractic has been helping people with musculoskeletal pain for over 110 years. Medical studies have shown that chiropractic can be effective at treating back pain, sciatica, neck pain, dizziness, and even high blood pressure. Millions of people have benefited from the natural approach of chiropractic.

The word chiropractic comes from the Greek “chiros” and “praktikos,” meaning “done by hand.” The technique of chiropractic was first developed by DD Palmer in 1895, and the theory of chiropractic was based on the concept that dysfunction in the spine can alter the function of the nervous system and create pain and illness.

Since 1895, our knowledge of neurology and biochemistry has grown exponentially, and over the last 20 years, modern science has made great strides in explaining how chiropractic works.

Watch the videos in the playlist below, or read some of our articles to learn more about how you can benefit from chiropractic.

Common Conditions Relieved By Chiropractic:

Chiropractic and Auto Injuries

Chiropractic and Arthritis

Chiropractic and Back Pain

Chiropractic for Dizziness and Vertigo

Chiropractic and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Chiropractic and Fibromyalgia

Chiropractic and Headache

Chiropractic for Herniated Discs

Chiropractic for Hip and Joint Pain

Chiropractic for Knee and Leg Pain

Chiropractic and Neck Pain

Chiropractic and Sciatica

Chiropractic for Shoulder and Arm Pain

Chiropractic and Spinal Degeneration

Chiropractic and Sports Injuries

Chiropractic and TMJ Pain

Chiropractic and Whiplash

 

Articles About Chiropractic:

Chiropractic Wellness

Chiropractic for Children

Chiropractic for Seniors

Chiropractic and Pregnancy

93% of Whiplash Patients Improve With Chiropractic

Medication, Acupuncture and Spinal Manipulation for Chronic Spinal Pain

Chiropractic Care: A safe way to heal the body

Chiropractic "Effective Treatment" of Whiplash

Chiropractic May Improve the Body's Immune Response

Chiropractic More Effective Than Physical Therapy for Back Pain

Chiropractic Patients Have Lower Medical Costs

Chiropractic Versus Active Exercise for Low Back Pain

Manipulation, Mobilization and the Cervical Spine

Medical Treatment Combined with Chiropractic an Effective Treatment for Back Pain

Musculoskeletal Pain and Chiropractic Care

Patient Satisfaction with Chiropractic Treatment for Low Back Pain

Side Effects of Chiropractic Treatment

Stay-Active Care Versus Manual Therapy + Stay-Active Care

 

 

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