FAQs

Is it bad to crack your back or neck a lot?

Most people had this habit of cracking their back and neck a lot, especially when stretching. Normally, it is just fine particularly when a person with no joint pains do this. Nevertheless, making frequent or repeated cracking in your back or neck has indecisive long-term effects. When you are in pain and you're having an urge trying to crack your back and neck to ease the pain, I suggest you visit a Chiropractor first. It is much safer to have a skilled and certified Chiropractor to make a diagnosis and treat you properly.

Does chiropractic work for all types of health problems?

The Chiropractic care's main focus is to improve the function of their patient's nervous system into its full potential. They have been doing well with different kinds of health problems, not just back and neck pains. Overall health benefits like improved immune system function, decreased high blood pressure, less colds and other infections have decreased. Nonetheless, Chiropractic cannot guarantee a cure for all conditions or health problems. It is more of a key to improve your overall wellness by chiropractic adjustment to help improve the body's natural healing capacity and cure itself in its own time.  

What conditions do chiropractors treat?

Doctors of Chiropractic provide proper care for their patients regardless of age or health conditions. They do a variety of assessment on a course of evaluation and treatment with people with back pain, neck pain, headache, vertigo and other pains that usually have something to do with nervous system which generally resulted to misalignments of vertebrae that eventually shows symptoms like headaches. They also conduct assessment of patients with a wide range of injuries and disorders which is mostly caused by accidents, they evaluate the musculoskeletal system which involves the muscles, ligaments and joints, to make sure that no complications [...]

How do I select a Doctor of Chiropractic?

Various way can be done in selecting a Chiropractor, one way is by getting referral from a friend, family and colleague as well as health care provider. In selecting a Chiropractor, make sure that he/she is licensed and accredited medical professional to do a diagnosis. You can locate a Doctor of Chiropractor within your location range.

Does chiropractic treatment require a referral from a Medical Doctor?

Although there are medical doctors who are working together with Doctors of Chiropractic as a team in the course of evaluation and treatment, it is still recommended to check on your health plan and insurance plan as there may be a specific referral requirements. Although there are plans which allow a patient to set an appointment with a chiropractor through phone call.

Is Chiropractic Treatment Safe?

Chiropractic has been proven be an effective, non-invasive therapy for neuromusculoskeletal problems and it has proven to have an exceptional safety record. Numerous studies have regarded the said alternative in treating various problems such as: headaches, vertigo, scoliosis, leg and arm problems. Although some patients may feel a slight discomfort after their chiropractic treatment, they are assured that any disquieting feeling after the treatment vanish within 24 hours.

Is chiropractic treatment appropriate for children?

Yes, children can also benefit from Chiropractic care, since it is not only limited to adults but it can also be of advantage to children and even infants. In fact, babies can have their checkup by Chiropractors soon enough after their birth, to ensure that there are no vertebral subluxations. Further, there have been various research studies that authenticates the safety and effectiveness of Chiropractic on children.

Is Chiropractic covered by Insurance Plans?

Yes, Most, health insurance plans cover Chiropractic, in fact even major medical plans, Medicare, Blu Cross Blue Shield Plans for some federal employees as well as active duty members of the armed forces at military bases and major veterans medical facilities cover Chiropractic.

What type of education and trainings do Chiropractors have?

Doctors of Chiropractic undergo intense training as primary health care providers focusing on the course of diagnosis and treatment conditions which has something to do with the joints, ligaments, muscles, extremities (also known as the musculoskeletal system) and the nerves. They are highly skilled in manipulative procedures, they are educated in orthopedics, neurology, physiology, human anatomy and clinical diagnosis which includes laboratory procedures, diagnostic imaging, exercise, nutrition rehabilitation, among others. Before being accepted in the chiropractic college, a nearly four (4) years of pre-medical undergraduate education is a requirement, this includes courses in biology, psychology, physics, chemistry and other related [...]

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