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September 22, 2020

Why Should I See a Chiropractor?

We talk a lot about specific chiropractic treatments here at Doctors on Liens, so we thought we’d go back to basics to explain the benefits of general chiropractic care.

What is a chiropractor?

A chiropractor is a health care professional who adjusts the spine (or other parts of your musculoskeletal structure) to support the body’s natural ability to heal itself. A chiropractic adjustment can ease pain and help with alignment problems. Basically, chiropractors serve as primary care professionals to treat and diagnose musculoskeletal, nerve, joint, ligament, and tendent problems, as explained by Doctors on Liens’s own Dr. Mitra Razipour from Nature’s Remedy Clinic here.

When Should I Go to a Chiropractor?

If you are experiencing pain due to a work-related injury, a sports injury, or an auto accident, then you should consider seeing a chiropractor. Read here on seeing a chiropractor for an auto accident to understand more about this process. If your alignment is off and you can’t keep decent posture, it’s time to see a chiropractor. Even if you are experiencing basic lower back pain, a visit to a chiropractor wouldn’t hurt. If your range of motion isn’t what it used to be, visiting a chiropractor might also help with that.

What Benefits Will I See After an Adjustment?

An addition to better posture, seeing a chiropractor will also reduce inflammation in your muscles and joints, help to reduce scar tissue, increase the range of motion in your joints, reduce pain, and help you recover faster from an auto accident, sports injury, or work injury, as described by Doctors on Lien’s Dr. Mitra Razipour in the video mentioned above.

All in all, a regular chiropractic adjustment is never a bad thing. And it is definitely an option to explore if you have been injured in an auto accident. Try getting an adjustment today with one of our qualified chiropractors at Doctors on Liens.

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