You ask we answer: Should I only attend a chiropractic appointment when I have pain?

By | June 18, 2020 | FAQ | Comments Off on You ask we answer: Should I only attend a chiropractic appointment when I have pain?
attend chiropractic appointment regularly for optimum spinal health

No! The truth is that being pain-free does not necessarily mean that there isn’t a problem lurking somewhere in your spine, muscles or skeleton.

In fact, 50% of adults have suffered some degree of a disc bulge without pain. While that alone is not a justification to attend a chiropractic appointment, we do want to clear up when you should come for a check-up.

By | August 1, 2019 | FAQ | Comments Off on You ask we answer: Should I still go to the chiropractor when I’m sick?
Should you go to chiropractor when sick

Absolutely! With our focus firmly on helping you make informed and educated choices about your health, we encourage you to continue to attend your appointments when you’re feeling under the weather but able to get out of bed. 

Chiropractic care centres on optimising your spinal health. When your body is fighting off an infection, it’s more important than ever to visit your chiropractor for adjustments to support your body to self-heal. Here’s why:

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