Can The Chiropractor Help Me?
Updated: Feb 2, 2019
If you’ve never been to a chiropractor or have had a negative experience, it’s time to reconsider what they can offer. When you find the right-fitting chiropractor they can help improve your health tremendously, but more importantly, help you gain control of your health long-term by providing you with the right tools and habits.
How To Find The Right Chiropractor
The right-fitting chiropractor is, like any profession, service, or product, one you find value in and who helps you achieve your goals. To find one, start by researching the different doctors out there and seeing which resonates with you. Contact the office to see what they offer and if it's indeed what you want. We have all experienced buyer’s remorse, but even more so when the purchase doesn’t fulfill our expectations or goals. So first, determine your expectations and the reasons you are seeking care. Some of the reasons to see a chiropractor include: back pain, neck pain, headaches, numbness/tingling, muscle aches, weak/tight muscles, poor posture, acute injuries (sprain/strain), and other physical body ailments. Still other reasons may include diet and nutrition, sport’s performance, easier pregnancy, or even weight-loss. If you go to one chiropractor and it’s not the right fit, "fire them" and go to a different one. There’s a lot of great DCs and proven techniques out there so find ones that work for you!
Why Have a Chiropractor?
Chiropractors are trained in and work alongside the body’s natural healing abilities. With the right nutrition and nourishment, the body acts as the best doctor in the world and each of us has this amazing quality - to heal, to grow, and to thrive. The healthiest people out there aren’t the ones relying on daily prescription medications and trips to the hospital. These are needed for certain circumstances and short-term emergency use, but in the long run, we want our body to be in the best shape in respect to our inner healing capablities. Chiropractors can help by providing more movement, a key nutrient for joint health, pain-relief to start moving again, and other ways to maintain motion or prevent injury.
— Dr. Nick D.C., M.S.