What Can I Do to Make My Chiropractic Treatments Even More Effective?

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Dr. Paul J. Gordon

A regular visit to your chiropractor is one of the best things you can do to eliminate chronic back and neck pain. It is also the best strategy to maintain flexibility and range of motion. No matter the reason for your visit, your chiropractor will design a treatment plan for your particular needs. More specifically, your doctor will provide chiropractic adjustments and make suggestions for appropriate exercises and nutritional changes. These instructions will enhance the overall effectiveness of your treatments. In addition to following your doctor’s orders, there are a few things that everyone can do to make their chiropractic treatments more effective.

Be specific about your symptoms

In order to receive the most effective therapy for your particular situation, you need to be specific about your symptoms. What you tell your chiropractor will determine which types of treatment are appropriate for your condition.

Keep moving

One of the main aims of chiropractic care is to maintain flexibility and range of motion. As the old saying goes, “Use it or lose it.” Chiropractic is therefore most effective when combined with regular exercise. The effects of treatment also last much longer when the patient maintains a routine exercise schedule. Why? Muscle strengthening and stretching exercises provide the necessary support to the spine that will prevent it from going out of alignment easily. This helps patients restore function more quickly and gives them the confidence to move in ways that would have been too painful before their chiropractic treatment.

Incorporating these suggestions into your regular chiropractic treatment regime will help you make the most of each adjustment. This will not only make chiropractic treatments more effective, but also make a significant impact on your quality of life.

 

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