You move your body every day. Whether it’s for work, play, or just doing chores around the house, you rely on your body to be at its best.
Unfortunately, some medical conditions or results of accidents can result in musculoskeletal issues that end up limiting how well you get around. This can have a significantly negative impact on your day. For example, if your spinal joints are misaligned, that can affect your brain and body’s communication and lead to problems radiating throughout your body.
The Benefits Of a Full Body Chiropractic Adjustment
A total body chiropractic adjustment can help resolve multiple issues and get your body moving the way it should again and with less pain. For example, if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms, you could benefit from this treatment.
- Prolonged muscle pain
- Chronic joint pain
- Persistent back pain
- Sore neck
- Intense leg pain
- Limited range of motion
- Body stiffness
- Headaches from a misaligned neck or spine
Total body chiropractic adjustment addresses misaligned and aching joints through various chiropractic techniques. An experienced, qualified chiropractor, after a thorough examination and discussion with you about your symptoms, can adjust your spine and help soothe your chronic body aches. They can also perform additional adjustments during your treatment as needed.
The Full Body Chiropractic Adjustment Process
Beginning with your first visit, our chiropractic team will meet with you to discuss your pain issues and conduct a comprehensive neurological and physical exam. From there, we outline your treatment and begin working toward your recovery. Complete body treatment might also include making manual adjustments, conducting therapeutic exercises, and adopting some lifestyle changes.
Suppose your pain results from an accident such as an automobile collision. In that case, our chiropractic experts can also identify how the accident has affected your ability to function and will consider this when guiding your care.
You will likely begin to feel some benefits right away, but for more severe conditions, the process might take some time before you experience a full recovery. For example, limbs and joints could take six or seven weeks to heal, but spinal issues could take considerably longer. Injury type, lifestyle, and age are all factors. Our chiropractic team will discuss recovery time with you and how to optimize it.
Your Chiropractic Care Specialists
Akridge Chiropractic offers professional, holistic healthcare custom-designed for the individual. Every patient receives a complete neurological and physical examination to determine their best treatment options.
Let the care at Akridge Chiropractic be the start of your journey to total health. Give us a call at 509-783-8145 to learn more.