Chiropractic care is a non-invasive, hands-on, regulated healthcare profession that focuses on your spine, muscles, joints, and nervous system.
Chiropractors diagnose problems with your body’s movement using the best available evidence and clinical expertise. They treat them without the use of medication or surgery, and they keep them from returning. Chiropractic care can also promote health and quality of life while relieving pain.
Read on to learn more about chiropractic care, chiropractic techniques, and how our chiropractic health center can help you.

What Is A Chiropractor?

Chiropractors are doctors of chiropractic who specialize in the spine, muscles, joints, and nervous system. Every chiropractor completes at least seven years of post-secondary academic and clinical training. . Courses in radiology, pain management, prescribed exercise, and rehabilitation are also part of a chiropractor’s education.
Some chiropractors further their academic and practical education to specialize in other areas. Clinical sciences and diagnostic imaging, pediatrics, rehabilitation, spinal stenosis, sports sciences, and animal chiropractic care are among the areas of specialization.

Every chiropractor is uniquely qualified to assess your condition and determine the source of your pain.

What Can A Chiropractic Health Centre Help With?

Your chiropractor will work with you to determine the best treatment to relieve your pain based on the best available evidence and clinical expertise. They will also aid in preventing its recurrence and restoring your mobility.

Chiropractors treat a variety of conditions, including (but not limited to):

  • Backache
  • Neck ache
  • Strains\sSprains
  • Arthritis-related discomfort
  • Workplace and sports-related injuries

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What Are The Different Types of Chiropractic Techniques We Offer?

Following an initial assessment of your condition, your chiropractor will use clinical expertise and the best available evidence to make a diagnosis and recommend treatment options for you.
Chiropractic care is the primary treatment method for many medical conditions, including low back pain. Chiropractors and other health professionals recommend an interprofessional approach for other conditions, such as pain associated with arthritis, diabetes, or osteoporosis. In such cases, your chiropractor will work with other healthcare providers in your circle of care to support your overall treatment. They will provide chiropractic care in collaboration with this team to relieve your back, muscle, and joint pain.

Chiropractors use various treatments, depending on their patient’s specific needs and preferences. Common treatments include:

  • ‘Hands-on’ manual ther
  • Therapy for soft tissues
  • Therapeutic ultrasound and cold laser therapy are two examples of electronic modalities.
  • Individualized therapeutic exercise programs

Manual Therapy: A Common Chiropractic Technique

A chiropractor’s most common treatment is the manual manipulation of the vertebrae of your spine or other joints, known as an ‘adjustment.’ Your chiropractor will use their hands to apply controlled force to your joint and guide it through a range of motion during an adjustment. This action restores the natural movement of your joint and improves its function.
This treatment is known as spinal manipulation therapy when applied to the spine (SMT). Manipulation is also used to treat other joints, such as those in your wrist, ankle, or foot.

Chiropractic In Combination With Other Treatments

Chiropractors collaborate as members of your care team. They can be found in private practice clinics, interprofessional clinics, family health teams, hospitals, patient’s homes, or even as onsite support for large corporations’ employees. Chiropractors work with other healthcare professionals to help manage your condition, whether they work in the same office or not. Physicians, nurse practitioners, physiotherapists, registered massage therapists, midwives, and other specialists are among the other health care professionals. A number of chiropractors work as professors, researchers, hospital board members, or as members of a sports team’s health team.

We hope this blog helped you learn more about chiropractic care and chiropractic techniques. If you want to visit a chiropractic health center that offers nothing but the best, book an appointment with Amersham Chiropractic Centre today. We’d be happy to help you.

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