Chiropractic Adjustments in St. Joseph
Chiropractic care can reduce strain on your back, improve posture, and help you heal after an accident or injury. If you are dealing with pain in your back, headaches, or you have trouble with mobility, a visit to a chiropractor can help. At St. Joseph Chiropractic, we provide treatment options for patients who are trying to live a more active lifestyle and looking for a natural solution.
Chiropractic Adjustments and Spine Alignment
Chiropractic adjustments align your spine so that your nervous system can function properly. When your spine is in alignment, you will experience less pain and better mobility. Your spine can fall out of alignment due to chronic strain, tight muscles, an injury, or an accident. Adjustments improve your overall health, and allow your body to heal quicker.
Treatment Used by Our Chiropractor
Once you get chiropractic adjustments, it's important to support the overall health of your back. Your chiropractor may use electrical stimulation to loosen up your muscles, ultrasound and laser to break up scar tissue, or decompression/traction to increase flexibility of discs. Treatment is designed to get your spine into alignment and support your muscles and ligaments.
How Often to See a Chiropractor for Adjustments
When you are in the acute phase of an injury, you may need to see your chiropractor frequently for adjustments to decrease pain and improve your mobility. As you heal from your condition, adjustments may not be needed as often. Eventually, some choose to proactively treat once a month for maintenance sessions.
Your chiropractor can perform spinal adjustments using their hands, hand-held tools, or by using a specialized table to make adjustments easier. Most people find pain relief almost immediately. Once your spine is in alignment, it becomes easier to move about without pain. Seeing a chiropractor on a regular basis can reduce or eliminate your need for over-the-counter pain medications as well.
Visit Your St. Joseph Chiropractor Now
Pain, stiffness, and poor mobility don't have to be a part of your daily life. If you are looking for natural ways to manage pain and improve your mobility, it's time to contact St. Joseph Chiropractic at (816) 279-0700. We will work with you to identify problem areas and create a treatment plan that helps you heal without medication.