Clayton Chiropractor that care
Do you often feel joint pain, back pain, or headaches in your body?
Such uneasiness in the body is common, and doctors cannot conclude a particular reason. If you are also going through joint and spine pain often, try chiropractic adjustment. Our chiropractic clinic in Clayton addresses all sorts of disorders, damages, and misalignments of the joints, especially the spine.
What is chiropractor adjustment?
Often referred to as spinal manipulation, a chiropractor uses their hands or special instruments to apply controlled pressure to the affected spinal joint. This force aims to improve spinal motion and entire physical functioning. The treatment also reduces stress on the body’s immune system, reducing the potential for diseases.
Our chiropractors can address the following health conditions:
- Any discomfort, localised pain, or postural issues in the back, including complex conditions like fibromyalgia
- Rheumatoid arthritis or osteoarthritis
- Neck pain
- Various musculoskeletal disorders include carpal tunnel syndrome, whiplash, scoliosis, tendinitis, and sprains.
What we do during treatment:
When you visit us, our chiropractor will first ask general questions about your health. They will physically examine your body and may ask you to go for specific tests. After diagnosing the main problem, the treatment will start. You may need to give multiple visits (5-6) for complete improvement.
You will be made to lie down on the chiropractic table during treatment. After positioning you in a specific position, our chiropractor will apply a sudden force to the affected joint. You may hear a popping or cracking sound too. Generally, there are no side effects, but some people may experience headaches, fatigue or slight pain for the next few days.
We would also suggest certain exercises for you to do regularly at home.
Basically, chiropractic practice believes that spine structure affects the functioning of different body parts.
Our specialists adjust the alignment during chiropractic adjustments to release undue stress so the body heals itself from the pain.