Crippled by Migraines? Sciatica? Allergies?
Chiropractics and acupuncture are very effective at treating several of the most common health conditions.
Sadly, many people are unaware that relief is within reach.
Use of prescription and over-the-counter medications has skyrocketed. Surgical procedures are often employed when natural solutions like acupuncture and chiropractic adjustments could provide relief.
But Do Chiropractic Adjustments Really Work?
As chiropractic treatments gain popularity, more and more studies and reports are being published about the many conditions improved by adjustments. For your convenience, we have compiled a list of links to multiple articles written by medical experts.
Click on the links below to read articles on WebMD about the efficacy of chiropractic for the following conditions:
Click on the following link to read reports on some of the top studies evaluating chiropractic treatments.
Click on this link to learn about how chiropractic treatments can alleviate some of the problematic symptoms that accompany chemotherapy.
Which Conditions Respond Best to Chiropractic?
Chiropractic therapies are effective for the following conditions:
- Headaches (including migraines)
- Cramps and PMS
- Sinus pain, earaches, colds and allergies
- Spinal or disc problems
- Vision problems
- High blood pressure
- Digestive problems
- Heart problems
- Back, shoulder and neck pain
The above list may seem long, but remember: chiropractic treatments work through the enhancement of health through the reduction of spinal nerve stress. Most textbooks list over 200 conditions. Chiropractic is a complete healing art within itself, concerned with the systems of the body such as nervous, circulatory, digestive, respiratory, eliminatory, reproductive, hormonal, musculoskeletal, etc. As such, it seeks to correct health problems within those systems.
What About Acupuncture?
We use a variety of acupuncture techniques, from traditional (long needle insertion, short needle insertion) to modern (electroacupuncture, fingertip pressure) to encourage healthy energy flow throughout the body.
Which Conditions Respond Best to Acupuncture?
Textbooks list hundreds of conditions that respond well to acupuncture. We often use acupuncture (through both traditional and modern techniques) to treat the following conditions:
- Trigeminal neuralgia
- Muscular rheumatism
- Neuralgia of the shoulders and arm
- Tennis elbow
- Stomach problems
- Asthma, bronchitis, shortness of breath and coughs
- Heart trouble
- Abnormal blood pressure
- Bladder Irritation
- Kidney problems
- Female disorders
- Weak eyesight
- Hay fever
- Loss of smell
- Loss of hearing
- Skin conditions
- Nervous or psychiatric conditions (anxiety, stress, etc.)
Complementary Medical Practices
Chiropractic and acupuncture work hand in hand, speeding recovery and enhancing overall health.
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