Who Needs Chiropractic?

If you’re a typical member of the human population on the planet Earth, you do. Yes, there are some conditions that chiropractors aren’t able to treat – but they’ll tell you if they can’t and refer you to a specialist who can. So really, whoever you are, there’s no harm in going.

If you’re experiencing back pain right now, you need a chiropractor. If you have migraines or really bad headaches, you need a chiropractor. If you’re low on energy or feel weak, you need a chiropractor. If you feel perfectly healthy right now, you need a chiropractor.

Your spine is where most issues start and end. Your nerves originate in your spine. If your back is misaligned, it can put pressure on a nerve that can cause pain shooting down your legs or arms – or can even cause headaches. If your spine is properly aligned, your body can function optimally. You’ll feel better, have more energy, and be able to think more clearly. If it’s not properly aligned, it can’t function optimally. It’s that simple.

The sad part is that a large majority of people on this planet have misaligned spines. It’s just a normal part of the modern daily grind. You sit too much. And when you sit, your spine is forced to curve unnaturally. Your bed is likely way too comfortable. You’re sleeping in a way that promotes further spine misalignment. Even if you never sit and you sleep flat on a board every night, your spine is probably not perfectly aligned – it would be really hard to stand perfectly all day.

This is where chiropractic comes in. Chiropractors take x-rays of your spine to find misalignments. They then adjust your spine to move it back into its proper position. This doesn’t happen in one visit. It happens over consistent visits over a long period of time. Depending on your condition when you first visit a chiropractor, you may need adjustments multiple times per week. If your spine is in relatively good condition, visits once a month or even less frequently may be enough. If you start require multiple visits per week in the beginning, you’ll begin visiting less frequently as your spine improves.

If you’re not feeling any pain at all right now, that’s great. Get to the chiropractor. With just an adjustment every once in a while, you can maintain your proper alignment and prevent pain due to misalignment in the future.  So, yes, you need chiropractic. Everybody does.

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