Chiropractic Adjustment

Chiropractic adjustment is one of the more traditional treatments that people most associated with chiropractors. It is the hand manipulation of the joints of the back and other body parts. Chiropractic adjustment has been proven to be an effective treatment for lower back pain, neck pain, and headaches.

How Chiropractic Adjustment Works

Chiropractic adjustment involves applying pressure to the joints of the spine by hand and using sharp, controlled forces to extend the joints and allow them to fall back into a more comfortable position. 

The procedure usually involves lying in certain positions on a chiropractic table while the chiropractor manipulates the joints. These sharp movements can cause a popping sound, and that’s just the sound of the joints separating and coming back together. The procedure is generally painless and leave the patient feeling more flexible, more comfortable, and more in alignment. 

Chiropractic Adjustments for Back Pain

Chiropractic adjustment is a powerful treatment for back pain, especially lower back pain. Lower back pain is often caused by misalignment or compression of the spine. This can put pressure on the spinal discs causing pain, discomfort, and reduced spinal movement. 

Chiropractic adjustments manipulate the spinal joints and move them into a more favorable position. This in turn relieves the pressure and compression on the spine that may be causing pain. This affect every part of the spine from the lower back up through the neck. Regular chiropractic adjustments are an excellent way to maintain spinal health, especially for those who suffer from chronic back pain.