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    Frequently Asked Questions

    A: Chiropractic is a form of healthcare that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, particularly the spine. It emphasizes the body’s natural ability to heal itself and uses manual therapies, mainly spinal adjustments, as the primary treatment approach.

    A: When performed by a qualified and licensed chiropractor, chiropractic care is considered generally safe for most people.

    A: Treatment may span several months or even years, depending on your goals and ongoing management needs.

    A: Doctors of Chiropractic (DCs) are healthcare professionals trained to diagnose, treat, and prevent disorders of the musculoskeletal system, mainly focusing on the spine and its impact on the nervous system.

    A: Most chiropractic programs require a bachelor’s degree, clinical internship, and also lifelong learning.

    They also need to know about anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, neurology, diagnosis, and chiropractic principles and techniques.


    A: An adjustment, in the context of chiropractic care, refers to a controlled application of pressure to a joint in the spine.

    A: No, not all patients are adjusted the same way in chiropractic care. While the overall goal of chiropractic adjustments is to improve joint mobility and function, the specific approach varies depending on several factors.

    A: Some research suggests that chiropractic care may be beneficial for certain childhood conditions like ear infections, colic, and growing pains. However, the evidence is limited and inconclusive.

    Some parents report improvements in their children’s sleep, posture, and overall well-being after chiropractic care. However, these experiences are anecdotal and may not be representative of the entire population.

    A: Generally, no, you cannot be too old for a chiropractic adjustment. However, age is just one factor to consider when deciding if chiropractic care is right for you.

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