Align & Balance
What is Chiropractic?
Chiropractic is a health care profession based primarily upon the interactions of the spine and nervous system as well as the effects of musculoskeletal disorders on general health. Every cell, tissue, muscle and organ of your entire body is controlled by the nervous system. Since these nerves exit at the spine, chiropractic has a tremendous impact on their performance and vitality.
What training does a Chiropractor have?
Doctors of chiropractic (also known as chiropractors) are well educated and trained in their field and have similar education requirements to those of medical doctors and physical therapists. Chiropractic training is the third largest doctoral level health care profession after medicine and dentistry. Your chiropractor mastered the science of anatomy, physiology, pathology, neurology,
How does Chiropractic care help?
Chiropractic care is an important tool to help you get back to enjoying the things you love. Going beyond reducing pain, a spinal adjustment enhances the ability for the nervous system to function optimally. As important as proper nutrition and exercise, a healthy nervous system is crucial to one’s health. Since the nervous system controls nearly every function, chiropractic is a vital part of any health routine.
Do I need a referral?
To be seen by a chiropractor, no referral from a medical doctor is needed.
How long are sessions and how many are needed?
Each treatment program is developed by the chiropractor to specifically fit the patient’s needs. Chiropractic adjustments are combined with Fascia massage, Shockwave Therapy, and Neuromuscular Electric Stimulation to balance and strengthen not just the problem area, but the body as a whole. Therefore, the duration and number of sessions required will vary depending on the number and severity of your issues. In the initial consultation and assessment, we will determine a working plan of attack that we feel will deliver the best results for you. That plan is, however, subject to change depending on how your body responds (sometimes more is needed, sometimes less).