A: Chiropractic is widely recognized as one of the safest drug-free, non-invasive therapies available for the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal complaints. Although chiropractic has an excellent safety record, no health treatment is completely free of complications.
A: Doctors of chiropractic are educated as primary-contact health care providers, with an emphasis on diagnosis and treatment of conditions related to the human body (the nerves, muscles, ligaments and joints of the spine and extremities).
A: One of the best ways to locate a doctor of chiropractic (DC) near you is by using the website's "Find a Chiropractor" button. You can always also get a recommendation from someone you trust such as a friend, family member, colleague, or neighbor.
A: Yes, children can benefit from chiropractic care. Since significant spinal trauma can occur at birth, many parents have their newborns checked for vertebral subluxation. Naturally, chiropractic adjusting procedures are adapted for the child's spine.
A: Chiropractors take X-rays to reveal the internal structure and alignment of the spine. We are also concerned about underlying disease processes and disorders of the spine such as spinal deterioration, arthritis, or abnormal development
A: Many pregnant women find that chiropractic adjustments improve the pregnancy experience and make delivery easier. Adjustments are adapted to accommodate the stage of pregnancy and the unique needs of each patient.