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Four conditions that a Chiropractor Can treat

Chiropractic manipulation is considered controversial, but many people swear by it to treat chronic pain or injury-related problems. Others are more skeptical of chiropractic practices.

In this article, we look at some of the conditions that chiropractors can treat.

  1. Back and Neck Pain

Anyone who has ever had back pain knows it can be debilitating. Their whole day is spent either trying to prevent the pain from returning or coping with it.

In many cases, though, the cause of your back pains is in your neck and not just because you slept funny. It’s because of a subluxation in one part of your cervical vertebrae, which puts pressure on another part!

Chiropractors treat the neck as well as the low back, and they adjust a patient for subluxations.

  1. Scoliosis

If you have scoliosis, which is an abnormal curving of the spine, then even walking can feel uncomfortable at times. Scoliosis is typically treated with a back brace and sometimes surgery in severe cases.

Chiropractic care helps remove pressure from the spinal column and re-educate your muscles to normalize your posture and relieve pain.

  1. Sciatica

This condition is characterized by pain in the low back and hamstrings that can be debilitating, especially at night when you’re trying to sleep. Chiropractic adjustments have been clinically proven to help reduce discomfort from sciatica and increase mobility considerably.

In severe cases, surgery or injections are typically recommended. However, many people don’t need surgical intervention to relieve their sciatic pain after receiving chiropractic care for several weeks.

  1. Migraine Headaches

If you have a tension or migraine headache, chances are your neck is misaligned, and your nervous system is overly sensitive. This causes pain to radiate throughout the body. Medical research indicates that spinal manipulation can help relieve pressure on nerves and ease pain in migraine sufferers.

Summing Up

Chiropractic adjustments help address the cause of pain, which is not always evident by looking at a person from the outside. For more information about how chiropractic treatment, please visit our website.