Traditional chiropractic care has always been synonymous with whiplash, neck pain, and back pain, and while such care helps to alleviate pressure and pain temporarily, it isn’t designed to provide lasting or permanent pain relief.
Our brand of chiropractic called Corrective Chiropractic Care is much more advanced, focusing on long term relief through a detailed rehabilitation of the spine. By correcting the spine, patients benefit from a better posture, and a much more robust nervous system — one that can help fend off disease, promote healthier organs, and make patients feel amazing!
We offer three ties of chiropractic care at our clinic, each intended to help at different parts of a patient’s wellness journey.
1. Relief Care
Before we can work on correcting your spine for long-term pain relief, we must get you out of immediate pain. For this reason, we offer relief care or immediate care, focusing on spinal adjustments to provide much needed relief from pinched nerves or misalignments. While most patients experience relief, this type of care is not intended to last too long, which means a more significant undertaking is needed to permanently correct the underlying problem.
2. Corrective Care
As the name implies, corrective care is intended to address and correct the cause of pain. In this phase of care, we focus primarily on spinal rehabilitation. Spinal deformities which arise as a result of impact or long term negligence requires a long-term course of treatment to correct. This stage includes traction, decompression, adjustments, and home exercises to slowly but methodically realign the spine back to proper health.
3. Maintenance Care
Just like cars need maintenance to function optimally, our spines require maintenance chiropractic care to continue to stay aligned and function correctly. Once a patient has graduated from our corrective care treatment plan, they should continue with a maintenance care package moving forward. Life’s stresses, poor posture, sports, lifting groceries, and playing with the kids continuously exerts pressure on the spine, so getting regular adjustments to ensure the spine is free of misalignments is key to living a pain-free life.