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Chiropractic services

If you are one of the millions of Americans who suffer from back, neck and other pains related to your nerves, you may have been referred to or sought help from a chiropractic provider.

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What do chiropractors do?

A doctor of chiropractic (DC) uses a hands-on approach to health care that focuses on how bone, joint and nerve problems affect general health. Together, chiropractors and medical doctors work with you on your health care needs. A medical doctor may tell you to see a chiropractor for low back pain, headaches or a sports injury.

How it's done

Chiropractors use gentle, hands-on adjustments to the bones and joints of your spine, arms and legs to stop nerve irritation and pain.

Chiropractic services can help

  • arm or leg pain
  • back pain or disc problems
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • headaches or neck pain
  • muscle pain
  • whiplash and sports injuries

Chiropractic care is not a replacement for medical care. Chiropractors do not prescribe medicine and do not do surgery.

More information on chiropractic services

Chiropractic care is a first point of contact. Helps identify the right service at the right time for the right patient.

In addition to pain relief, chiropractic care may also help you:

  • manage stress
  • prevent injuries during your daily activities such as sports or work
  • maintain better posture
  • learn how nutrition plays a role in your health

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