Chiropractic Adjustment

  • February 3, 2021

Chiropractic adjustments and spinal adjustment are often terms employed by chiropractors to define their methods of spinal manipulation, and sometimes, by osteopaths, who employ the word adjustment in their names. What chiropractic adjustment is not is the process of adjusting bones using rods and other extenders. Chiropractic is the application of diagnostic and therapeutic exercises and techniques to help correct vertebral subluxations, or “subluxations” in the spine, the most important part of the nervous system. Subluxations can result from trauma, disease, or misalignment of the spine.

The most common technique chiropractic adjustments uses is spinal manipulation with the use of mechanical stimuli (ie, manipulation), however, other types of mechanical stimuli are also used. A physical exam is usually part of the process, and other diagnostic tools such as x-rays may be used as well. The purpose of the physical exam is to determine the condition of the spine and to establish the effectiveness of the chiropractic adjustment technique being used.

In the realm of alternative medicine, chiropractic adjustment is sometimes considered a type of massage therapy, since it utilizes mechanical means to manipulate joints, bones, and muscles. Mechanical stimuli are commonly used when treating low back pain, and there are some chiropractic practitioners who combine massage therapy and chiropractic adjustments for the treatment of pain and other disorders of the musculoskeletal system. A patient’s degree of discomfort and the success of the technique will depend on a number of factors, including the type and strength of the mechanical stimulus, the tightness of the muscles surrounding the joint and bone, the motion of the joint, and the amount of motion present. Chiropractic adjustments that achieve reduced pain have been proven to reduce pain and improve functioning.

Before having a chiropractic adjustment, you should ask questions about your condition. You should also inquire about the history of your spine and the reasons for your condition. You should also ask questions about your treatment. Chiropractic physicians are licensed by the Pradesh Board of Chiropractic Medicine, and most require at least a master’s degree in chiropractic before performing operations. There are many reasons why a chiropractor may adjust the spine, but most of the time, they do it because the spine is imbalanced and its health is compromised. Before you consent to a spinal adjustment or any treatment, make sure that you understand the risks involved.

The most common method of chiropractic adjustment is through manual techniques using their hands. A chiropractor can apply a mechanical stimulus either with his or her fingers or with his or her hand. Mechanical receptors are applied to the spine by applying pressure with the palm of the hand. Some chiropractors use both their fingers and hands to provide a more thorough mechanical stimuli.

Although mechanical stimulation is the most common method of providing a chiropractic adjustment, some practitioners use touch therapy to help patients treat their conditions. Examples include the use of massage and the application of pressure points. These two approaches allow chiropractors to treat a wider array of health problems, including chronic fatigue, neck pain, jaw pain, migraine headaches, and low back pain. In addition to providing health benefits, touch therapy can also be used to reduce the number of sprains and strains that a patient receives during the course of a day. Chiropractic doctors are trained to assess their patients’ health and to select the appropriate therapy for each patient.


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