Imagine your first Adelaide Chiropractic visit. You’ve heard that it’s good for your body but you’ve never tried it yourself…. You are welcomed in, but this doesn’t look like any doctor’s practice you’ve been in.
The chiropractor calls your name, so you put down your fresh coffee and follow him to the examination room.
He examines you and maybe takes a quick x-ray that appears on the computer instantly. He talks you through how in a few short sessions, you will have better posture, more energy and a boosted immune system.
Your doubts are slowly fading away with every word the doctor speaks.
You lay down, take a breath, and breathing out you instantly feel the rush of complete relaxation spreading across your whole body as your chiropractor works away pains you never knew you had before today.
Just because the local Adelaide chiropractic clinic is close to home, doesn’t necessarily mean they’re the ideal chiropractor. Adelaide is a small city, so take your time in finding the chiropractor that best meets your needs – After all, they’re an important member of your personal wellness team. So, to find the best match for you, give some thought to the following:1. What are your first impressions when phoning or visiting the Chiropractic clinic?
2. Does the Chiropractor respect your time?
3. Does the Chiropractor inform you about your Well-being?
4. Is your condition improving?
You feel pain in your joints or muscles – back pain, neck pain or sciatic pain, or are experiencing frequent headaches that haven’t improved with traditional medical treatments. This is probably the most common reason people make their first chiropractic appointment at Walkerville Chiropractic Clinic.
In your work you’re required to sit for long periods of time, or you perform repetitive physical activities. Over time, these types of unnatural strains or tensions cause misalignment of the vertebrae. Preventative chiropractic care can ensure you remain in the best of health.
If you're experiencing back pain, neck pain, headaches, or pain in the joints, subluxations of the spine may be responsible. This is the field in which your chiropractor specialises. In very simple terms, a vertebral subluxation is when one or more of the bones in your spinal column (vertebrae) move out of alignment, aren't moving properly, or are undergoing physical changes due to degeneration, which therefore irritate your spinal nerves which are found between each of your vertebrae.
A chiropractor will treat vertebral subluxations by way of a spinal adjustment. To do that, the Chiropractor applies simple pressure to the bone and restores it to its normal pattern of movement, freeing up the vertebrae, and allowing it the room to align itself correctly.
Many people believe that the chiropractor forces or pushes a vertebra back into alignment, but only an individual’s own body will know for sure the correct positioning of each bone. With freedom of movement, the body can do its job and ease them back into the correct position.