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Embark on a new journey towards a healthier, happier you. Schedule your appointment with us today and experience the transformative power of chiropractic care.
292 N Nova Road
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Chiropractic Care?
Chiropractic care is a type of alternative medicine focused on diagnosing and treating mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, particularly the spine. The primary treatment typically involves manual adjustments and manipulations aimed at correcting misalignments in the spine.
- Improved posture
- Enhanced mobility
- Pain relief
- Stress reduction
Is Chiropractic Care Safe for Pregnant Women?
Many pregnant women suffer from back pain, pelvic pain, and other types of discomfort. Chiropractic care is generally considered safe for pregnant women, as it can help relieve these types of pain. Special tables and techniques that avoid unnecessary pressure on the abdomen are often used to accommodate pregnancy.
- Consult with your obstetrician before beginning chiropractic treatment.
- Make sure your chiropractor is certified in prenatal care.
Can Children Receive Chiropractic Adjustments?
Yes, children can receive chiropractic adjustments, and many parents opt for this type of treatment to improve spinal alignment and overall well-being. Some studies suggest that chiropractic care can help with conditions like colic, asthma, and ear infections in children.
- Always consult a pediatrician before starting chiropractic treatment for your child.
- Make sure the chiropractor specializes in treating children.
What Conditions Can Chiropractic Care Treat?
While most commonly associated with back pain, chiropractic care can also treat a wide range of conditions, including:
- Neck pain
- Sports injuries
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
How Often Should I See a Chiropractor?
The frequency of visits to a chiropractor varies depending on individual needs, the severity of the condition, and treatment goals. Some people might see improvements after just a few sessions, while chronic conditions might require long-term treatment.
- Initial phase: 2-3 times per week
- Recovery phase: Weekly to bi-weekly
- Maintenance phase: Monthly