Wherever you land in the continental United States, there’s a good chance you’ll find The Joint Chiropractic there, too. There are more than 370 Joint Chiropractic clinics available across the nation, available to serve you.
Can I go to any joint location?
With your membership, you can visit any location across the country, which comes in handy if you are traveling or have relocated. A membership at The Joint can be beneficial for many people, especially if their needs are very straightforward. If all you need is a simple adjustment, you may really enjoy this service.
Are all chiropractic adjustments the same?
Are all Chiropractic techniques the same? The simple answer is ‘no’, but there are different techniques, that can be utilized to achieve the same result, which is to restore proper/normal joint function and biomechanics to either the spine or extremities.
What joints can a chiropractor adjust?
Over time, however, your muscles adjust. Chiropractors can treat pain anywhere in the body: in the head and jaws, the shoulders, the elbows and wrists, the hips and pelvis, and the knees and ankles.
Can you do any chiropractic adjustment yourself?
To answer simply, no, not even chiropractors can adjust themselves. Most people view the adjustment as just “cracking” your back and don’t understand the purpose that the adjustment serves. First, the adjustment is much more than just “popping” your neck or back.
Can chiropractor help joint pain?
If your joint pain is caused by something other than arthritis, chiropractic care is more straightforward. It’s often used to treat soft tissue injuries, whether caused by an accident or by overuse or improper use of a joint. Soft tissue therapies can help with your pain and range of motion.
Has anyone died at a chiropractor?
Results: Twenty six fatalities were published in the medical literature and many more might have remained unpublished. The alleged pathology usually was a vascular accident involving the dissection of a vertebral artery. Conclusion: Numerous deaths have occurred after chiropractic manipulations.
What is the best chiropractic technique?
The Gonstead technique, named after its founder, is an adjustment method used to realign the spine. It is known as one of the most precise and effective methods to relieve pain and promote optimal alignment of the spine. It is a manual (hands-on) technique in which a chiropractor adjusts the lower back or pelvis.
Why does a chiropractor not crack?
When your chiropractor adjusts you, his goal is to restore normal motion to your joint. Sometimes the joint is so tight your chiropractor cannot get it to fully release. In this case you may not hear a popping sound.