Chiropractic Care is Necessary in South Hills of Pittsburgh
Have you considered seeing a chiropractor in South Hills of Pittsburgh? If your spinal joints don’t maintain necessary movement then discs and nerves can get pinched, herniated, bulged and in some cases nerves can die. Lack of movement in the spine can even cause the growth of osteophytes on vertebrae. Osteophytes are boney spurs that grow as a response to decreased movement and can eventually cause the bones to fuse together. With chiropractic adjustments, you can give your body the best possible opportunity to prevent this or give your body the best chance to return to a health state.
Why is Chiropractic Care Necessary in South Hills of Pittsburgh?
Many of our patients explain a feeling of release following an adjustment. It is also common for our patients to report a significant decrease or disappearance of their headache following an adjustment.
More than One Way
There are over 300 different techniques out there. Some techniques involve delivering a highly specific and accurate hands-on thrust while another may use an instrument that delivers a light thrust. There are techniques that focus on one region while another works on them all.
A Natural Pain Killer
Adjustments are used to put your body back to its natural state. Because we are working with bones that are protecting your spinal cords and nerves, we are very skilled. Majority of our patients feel relief following their first adjustment and continuously improve with care. The proof is with our patients that have been with use for decades and generations.
For You and Everyone You Know
Elderly, teenagers, newborns, pregnant woman, and even people that have had back, neck or hip surgery are safe to adjust. We evaluate every individual and treat every individual with care that is specific to them.
You are more than just a number on a chart at South Hills Performance Chiropractic in South Hills of Pittsburgh. Call us today and start your path to a healthier you!
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