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By correcting the misalignment of the spine, human vitality and self-healing ability can be improved. Regularly maintain and correct the spine, so that the body functions normally and achieve the best condition.


What is chiropractic adjustment?

It is a gentle, non-invasive, specific, high velocity low amplitude "thrust" delivered by hand or instrument. The purpose of the adjustment is to correct your spinal subluxations; thus removing the nerve interference in your body. This can allow your body to maintain and regain its good health by its innate healing power.

If I have subluxated joints, do I just come in every week to get adjusted and my body get better without exercise?

No. Exercise enhances the mobility of the joints, power of our muscles and stability of our body structure.

What causes the sound made during a chiropractic adjustment?

That sound is not your spine "cracking" or "popping" like most people think. That sound is created by gas rushing in to fill the partial vacuum created when the joints are slightly separated. Not all chiropractic adjusting techniques produce this noise. In fact, some adjusting techniques use little force and thus produce no noise at all.

What is a Subluxation?

Subluxation occurs when a vertebra impedes the transmission of information along the spine and throughout the central nervous system. There are three main causes of subluxation, this includes Physical stress, Chemical Stress and Emotional stress. Physical stress refers to the trauma of the birth process, sport injuries, falls, accidents and countless other stresses over the course of your lifetime adversely affecting the health of your spine.

Yes. Just because symptoms disappear, does not mean there is no subluxation. The longer you wait to have your spine checked by a chiropractor, the longer it will take to correct your subluxations. There are 3 phases of chiropractic care. The first phase is relief care, reduce inflammation. After your symptoms disappear, it is your stabilization phase, you have to decide whether or not to continue your chiropractic care to allow the reformation of your spinal structure. Then we will move on to the wellness care stage, to allow patients to be able to they enjoy a higher quality of life & health.

Chiropractic is not symptom-based treatment, it is a shift in lifestyle to help the body to perform at peak ability rather than dealing with problems as they arise.

While treatment length varies from person to person, there are a few rules of thumb you can follow. Newer injuries may respond quickly while chronic injuries may take up to months. The best way to determine how long your treatment will take is to schedule a consultation and examination.

It is important to remember that adjustments are passive care given by chiropractors. Primary care such as exercise and stretching are also important. As after subluxation are corrected, the joints are adapting to the new form and strong soft tissue and muscle are needed to support them.

Chiropractors and orthopedic doctors both receive accredited professional education and training. An orthopedic doctor is a medical doctor who can perform surgeries and prescribe drugs. A chiropractor can carry out an adjustment to correct the subluxations. Chiropractor can perform chiropractic adjustment to correct vertebral subluxation, reduce the interference to out spinal nervous system, enhance our self-healing power. While orthopedic doctors can perform surgery on severe cases.

Each insurance company has a different insurance plan, policy and procedure for the claim. For some insurance companies, a referral from general practitioners may be required to fill in the claim forms. Please ask your insurance agent for more details of chiropractic care services in your insurance plan and claim procedures.