More About Chiropractic Care
Chiropractors specialize in diagnosing conditions that affect the spine. By performing spinal adjustments, they relieve pain, restore movement, and help you prevent reoccurring injuries. Adjustments are a drug-free, non-invasive treatment that can restore proper alignment and motion to your spine, allowing your nervous system to function optimally. Many conditions can be traced back to nerve and spine dysfunction, and adjustments are a drug-free, non-invasive solution in these cases.
Chiropractors work with all joints, muscles, and nerves. They address the root cause of pain and dysfunction — not just symptoms. Chiropractors encourage their patients to get involved in their care by being active participants in their recovery. They provide you with the tools and understanding of what you need to do to regain and maintain your health.
There are different techniques within chiropractic care. Ask your chiropractor about their approach to treatment to find the ideal one for you.
Chiropractic care is a safe and natural choice
Patient safety is the priority for Manitoba Chiropractors. The profession is self-regulated and held to the highest standards of care. A Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) must complete a three-year basic science university program, an accredited four-year chiropractic college degree, stringent national exams, and additional licensing unique to this province. This ensures they have the skill set they need to assess, diagnose, and treat their patients safely and effectively.
Chiropractic care is a safe, natural treatment.
Patient safety is the first priority for Manitoba chiropractors. Like other healthcare professions, chiropractors are regulated and subject to oversight to ensure they meet the highest safety standards. In Manitoba, a Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) must complete a three-year basic science university program, an accredited four-year chiropractic college degree, stringent national exams, and additional licensing unique to this province. This ensures they have the skill set they need to assess, diagnose, and treat their patients safely and effectively.
Who we can help
As a drug-free, non-invasive treatment, chiropractic care can benefit most people. Chiropractors develop customized treatment plans specifically for each patient’s needs, taking age, activity level, type of condition, and numerous other factors into account. Manitoba chiropractors treat patients young and old. From babies to seniors, whether you have a recent injury or chronic condition, chiropractors can help.
Once you regain your health, chiropractors will help you maintain it with regular preventive care. Maintenance is key to a long and healthy life. If you are curious if chiropractic care can help you, consult a local chiropractor for an assessment. If your specific issue requires a different doctor or healthcare provider, chiropractors can make the proper referral.
Neck and back pain are among the most common complaints in our hospital emergency rooms. Chiropractors are helping lessen the burden on our healthcare system. By providing effective, natural treatment, chiropractors help reduce healthcare wait times and lower the provincial cost for those suffering from back pain.