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WHY SPINAL PROBLEMS OFTEN RETURN

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Chiropractic skeptics often pooh-pooh the idea of periodic chiropractic checkups after symptoms subside with the classic “if it’s not broke, don’t fix it” line. This justification often results in a relapse of the original problem for countless patients. Why? Because biomechanical changes along the spine affecting nerves and muscles don’t heal like a cut, infection or some other self-resolving health condition. By the time spinal problems produce obvious symptoms, the problem has existed for some time. A chiropractic care plan may produce symptomatic improvement in a matter of months, sometimes weeks. Though a patient may be delighted, we haven’t completed the retraining of the underlying muscles and soft tissues necessary for lasting spinal changes. That’s why the original problem may return. It’s hard to know when, but it’s almost always after major physical, chemical or emotional stress. Without some type of ongoing care, the weakened area remains susceptible to re-injury. Should this happen to you, contact us. Also shared on a blog.
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Starker Chiropractor - Dr. Felix Starker Designed by Ashworthweb  All Rights Reserved. Copyright  2017
Of Interest Chiropractic Treatment

WHY SPINAL

PROBLEMS OFTEN

RETURN

Healthy news

Chiropractic skeptics often pooh- pooh the idea of periodic chiropractic checkups after symptoms subside with the classic “if it’s not broke, don’t fix it” line. This justification often results in a relapse of the original problem for countless patients. Why? Because biomechanical changes along the spine affecting nerves and muscles don’t heal like a cut, infection or some other self-resolving health condition. By the time spinal problems produce obvious symptoms, the problem has existed for some time. A chiropractic care plan may produce symptomatic improvement in a matter of months, sometimes weeks. Though a patient may be delighted, we haven’t completed the retraining of the underlying muscles and soft tissues necessary for lasting spinal changes. That’s why the original problem may return. It’s hard to know when, but it’s almost always after major physical, chemical or emotional stress. Without some type of ongoing care, the weakened area remains susceptible to re-injury. Should this happen to you, contact us. Also shared on a blog.