CHIROPRACTIC REVIEW

CATEGORY: Medical
TYPES of CHIROPRACTIC TREATMENTS: Spinal Manipulation, Biofeedback Therapy, Strength & Conditioning Exercises, Relaxation Therapy, Extremity Adjustments, Spinal Decompression, Dry Needling, Cold Laser Therapy, Kinesio Taping, Active Rehabilitation, Custom Orthotic Fitting, Trigger Point Therapy Massage, Posture and Proper Body Mechanics Education, Interferential-Electrical Stimulation, Ultrasound Therapy, Nutritional Counseling, Palmer Technique, Impulse Adjusting Technique, Activator Methods Chiropractic, Vertebral Distraction Pump, Sacral Occipital Technique (SOT), Cox Flexion-Distraction, Anodyne Monochromatic Infrared Therapy, TMJ (jaw) Adjustments

*All brand names are trademarks of their respective owners & used for review(s) & comparison purposes only.

 

CHIROPRACTIC CARE PROS:

> Can be highly effective. Chiropractic care does work for a lot of people for various skeletal & muscular (bio-mechanical) ailments.
> Not particularly dangerous
> Can be a highly personalized treatment

CHIROPRACTIC CARE CONS:

> Can be time consuming
> Can be costly without insurance coverage
> Like most professions, there is a high degree of variability in expertise – choose one by referral
> Requires travel & repeated visits

Versus BODY-ALINE:

Depending on the severity of your condition, chiropractic can present highly effective treatment options because the entire science is based on proper spinal alignment – which makes the most sense. If your pain is chronic in nature we invite you to try the BODY-ALINE first before visiting a chiropractor. However, chiropractic adjustments can speed the process of realignment & work well in conjunction with the BODY-ALINE. Many have asked the questions: “Does chiropractic work for back pain?” and “Does chiropractic work for sciatica?” This analysis summarizes why, in our opinion, the BODY-ALINE is a better & more effective back pain solution compared to even the best chiropractic care treatments & techniques for back pain, although they both can work well together.

Good chiropractors are mixed in with bad chiropractors, like a crate of partially spoiled fruit that still contains a few good apples but is often discarded 
– Dr. Sam Homola, Author of Bonesetting, Chiropractic and Cultism

A Personal Review of Chiropractic Care for Spine Related Pain from BODY-ALINE Co-Inventor Jason Bowman…

Of course there are some wonderful chiropractors out there who really know their stuff and, of course, there are the quacks. If you find a good chiro that makes you feel better right away, then hold onto him or her because they’re like gold. One of the litmus tests to decide whether a chiropractor is good (or not) is whether they emphasize the quality of your posture as part of the treatment plan in preventing back pain. If they don’t emphasize posture during your visit, then most likely they want you to get better – but not too much better – so you keep coming back for more visits. A chiropractor that stresses the importance of good posture (& has good posture themselves) is one you want to keep. But before seeing a chiropractor, it may be prudent to treat the root cause of most back pain on your own with the BODY-ALINE. In most of the cases, the pain will go away on it’s own from posture correction, which will save you the time, trouble & expense of visiting a chiropractor.