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Why do I need a chiropractor as I’m taking painkillers?
Although painkillers do ease the pain, they do not address the possible underlying problem of your pain. So, although you might experience less pain, the problem could slowly be getting worse, making it more difficult to treat and resolve in the long-term.
How does Chiropractic work?
How many visits will it take?
What is the difference between a Chiropractor and an Osteopath?
Do I need a Doctor’s referral?
Is it going to hurt?
What can I do to improve my condition?
What Is An Adjustment?
What Is The Sound Heard During An Adjustment?
Am I Too Old For Chiropractic?
Despite common belief, getting older does not mean you have to endure aches and pains! People often disregard treatable joint and muscle problems by saying “I’m just getting old”. This is often not the case, and these aches and pains of getting old may be treatable. Regardless of your age, chiropractic care can help to improve mobility and function of your body. More and more people are consulting chiropractors, especially in their later years. With growing concerns about over-medication and the side effects of combining various prescription drugs, safe, natural chiropractic care is growing in popularity. Restoring better spinal function can help improve mobility, vitality, and endurance. Many patients report improvement with arthritic symptoms and other chronic ailments often associated with the aging process. The adjusting technique used by the chiropractors at Milton Chiropractic Clinic will be modified for maximum comfort and results. Even patients with osteoporosis and other ailments can receive treatment with the right modifications.
Is it wise to crack my own back and neck?
Are All Patients Treated and Adjusted the Same Way?
Is Chiropractic Care Safe?
How does Chiropractic help disc problems?
How much Chiropractic care will be needed for my Sciatica?
Isn’t some back pain normal?
Can Chiropractic cure sciatica?
Actually, chiropractic doesn’t cure anything! Only your body can do that. The chiropractic approach to sciatica (and other health problems) is to help restore the way your spine works, reducing nerve irritation and revitalizing your own healing ability.