Chiropractic does not treat each part of the body separately but rather as a whole. When one part is in pain, it affects other parts. The spine, in particular, is where all the messages from the brain travel to the extremities and the organs. When the spine is out of alignment, it causes other parts of the nervous and musculoskeletal system to not work at an optimal level. Dr. Clark uses a mind-body-soul approach to chiropractic treatment.
Dr. Clark uses a variety of evaluation processes to help her determine the cause of the pain you are feeling. She will use posture analysis, gait assessment, and muscle assessment. Patients often see chiropractic adjustments for conditions such as back pain, neck pain, headaches, sciatica, knee and other musculoskeletal issues. Non-surgical pain relief is what chiropractic care is all about. Treating the whole person allows the body to heal itself.
Chiropractic adjustments, also known as spinal adjustments or spinal manipulations, these adjustments involve the application of controlled force to joints that may be experiencing restricted movement or misalignment. The primary goal of chiropractic adjustments is to restore normal joint function, alleviate pain and enhance overall physical well-being. Chiropractrs treat the whole person since all parts of the body work together and get their instructions from the brain. If the spine is out of alignment, the messages can’t get through the way they are meant to, making it hard to function at an optimal level. When one part of the body is in pain, it affects the other. By getting the vertebrae back into alignment, the body can use its innate ability to heal itself.