5 Signs Your Child Needs to See a Chiropractor

Posted on: 9 February 2018

Neuromuscular disorders can manifest in the form of reoccurring headaches, back pain, shoulder pain or even loss of strength in the arms. While these problems may be more prevalent among adults, they can also affect children even as young as infants. A chiropractor can determine the source of these aches and pains, and how to manage them. Here are five signs that your child may need chiropractic care: Baby won't latch on
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2 Commonly-Asked Questions About Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation

Posted on: 7 February 2018

Chiropractic care or treatment is a non-surgical intervention that helps to alleviate physiological and psychological effects of nervous system and musculoskeletal system imbalances. Through spinal manipulation and mobilisation, the chiropractor's job is to improve the patient's motion range, improve functionality and decrease irritability and pain. This article outlines some of the essential things you should know when considering chiropractic intervention. What should I expect from my first visit? Before you get your first chiropractic adjustment, the chiropractor will need to take your complete patient history.
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3 common problems a chiropractor can help with

Posted on: 15 January 2018

Chiropractors are there to treat you when your body stops being able to move and function as well as it should. While it is classified as an alternative medicine, chiropractors are a well known method of treatment, and can be effective at treating a range of aches, pains and more serious problems. It does not matter if you have had a sudden accident which has caused your problem, a work related injury, or a wider problem which has been ongoing in many forms for several years.
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Two reasons to go to a chiropractor to correct your poor posture

Posted on: 12 January 2018

If you have suffered from poor posture for many years, it might be time to correct it. Unfortunately, chronically-bad posture is not something that can be fixed without professional help, as years of abnormal spinal alignment often results in a person's muscles, tendons and ligaments being 'trained' to stay in unhealthy positions. As such, if you have had poor posture for a long time, you will need to seek treatment from a chiropractor to correct it.
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