Chiropractic Therapy

Chiropractic is an alternative and complementary science that concerns with the study and diagnosis of muscular skeletal systems of the human body, particularly the spinal column. It also includes the study and treatment of disorders of the endocrine system and the nervous system, particularly those of the central nervous system.You can get additional information at Columbia Chiropractic

Chiropractic philosophy is based on the discipline of chiropractic sciences, which came from the traditional Chinese medical science that regarded the body as a temple that needed to be freed from impurities to achieve harmony, health and well-being. It is also based on the concept that a disease is a form of distraction and interference in the natural healing flow. Chiropractic doctors are trained professionals who receive specialized education in physiology, anatomy, and medical ethics, and are expected to have minimal experience of diagnostic or therapeutic procedures. They are required to acquire at least a Master of Science in Chiropractic from an accredited university.

The scope of chiropractic treatment options has expanded significantly over the past two decades. Chiropractors can offer a wide range of primary care services including general physical examinations and diagnostic procedures; use of therapeutic devices such as ultrasound machines and electric stimulation equipment; use of special surgical techniques for spinal manipulation; and the administration of various forms of therapeutic massage. Some chiropractors may also provide therapeutic treatments for patients who are experiencing mild to severe pain, although the exact nature of such treatments is often debated.

Chiropractic treatments have been shown to reduce pain and enhance the effectiveness of care by adjusting misaligned vertebrae in the spine and by improving the functioning of the nervous system. It is widely recognized that chiropractic treatment is safe and effective for most individuals. However, problems with the spine and low back are common among patients, and chiropractors must carefully determine the cause of an ailment in order to treat it appropriately. If you are experiencing pain or discomfort in your back, neck, shoulders, or other joints, it is best to contact your local chiropractor for a consultation. Your chiropractor will determine the best course of action for your particular situation.

Contact Info

Palmercare Chiropractic Columbia
6851 Oak Hall Ln Ste 301, Columbia, MD 21045
(443) 546-3810