Proper spinal alignment is the goal of every chiropractor and the care they give their clients. Through a care plan initiated by a chiropractor, a patient will receive the care designated for their healing process.
What is a chiropractor doing as they adjust your spine?
As the central part of chiropractic treatment, adjustments are a therapeutic manipulation of the spine to improve the alignment of vertebrae. This can be achieved in multiple ways such as controlled force, direction, amplitude, and velocity directed toward specific joints in a patient's spine.
When combating back pain, or pain associated with severe health issues, a series of adjustments are encouraged. These slowly align the spine overtime, allowing the body to adjust to the new positioning of the spine and the vertebrae.
Getting treated by someone who is skilled and trained properly is a large aspect of the chiropractic process. At Lowcountry Chiropractic, our staff is professional and Dr Salamon will take proper care of you and your spine, make an appointment today!
Interesting enough, it is completely safe for you to bring your newborn in for a chiropractic adjustment. However, the treatment of young children differs from the treatment of adults in that the adjustments require less force. As your child grows, their body changes and they may become uncomfortable and require a chiropractor. The treatment of young children is a safe practice, as long as the chiropractor is qualified to adjust children.
The frequency of adjustments are specific to the patient's individual needs. Ranging from three times a week to once every few weeks, a chiropractor can assist someone of any age with pain associated with their spine.
Depending on the state of the spine, a chiropractor will decide a care plan specific to your needs. In the Lowcountry, Dr. Salamon of Lowcountry Chiropractic provides the best care to the locals. If you, or your child, is in need of a chiropractor, look no further!
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