Chiropractic Adjustment

The chiropractic adjustment is a natural method of pain relief. The doctor positions the patient on their side, then gently applies force to the misaligned vertebrae. The chiropractor can also perform table adjustments, where the patient lies on a special table with drop down sections. In both cases, the treatment is very gentle and can be completed within one visit. In both cases, the patient will feel some pain afterward, but this will subside after a few days.

Most chiropractic adjustments are painless, but they may result in cracks or pops. You may feel an intense pain immediately after a chiropractic adjustment, which is normal. A second or third adjustment is usually recommended to help you recover from the adjustment and keep your body moving. A standing desk will help you get the most out of your treatment and help you maintain your new mobility. Most people find relief after one visit, although it is possible to experience discomfort after two or three visits.

The chiropractor uses an approach known as a “holistic” technique to treat the whole body. This approach is best for people who have a history of joint pain or injury. Because the body is so complicated, a chiropractor must treat each part of the body as a whole. Discs between joints are flexible and hold the joints in place. This flexibility allows them to move in the desired manner, but it also makes them out of alignment. The chiropractor uses an adjustment to push these joints back into the proper position.