Where Are You Looking? Symptom or Source?
Is the crack in the plaster where the real problem is? No, not unless there was a direct force on the wall at the point of the crack. The crack may be just a symptom. The source of the crack is often in the foundation or frame which supports the wall. A worthy solution is going to address the foundation or frame as part of the overall lasting fix to the real problem.
Chiropractic care seeks to address the source of the stress which caused the problem (symptoms) rather than putting a patch on the symptoms. Patching, usually pain medication, allows the source of the pain to be uninterrupted and even continue to degrade over time. Eventually, the root of the problem could get deeper and more difficult to resolve.
A doctor of chiropractic will seek out the imbalances in your “frame” and realign it so the symptoms will not be regenerated over and over. It is your job to seek out a chiropractor and follow the instructions given to strengthen and stabilize your frame, thus aiding the natural healing process.
That’s it in a nutshell! Why not give chiropractic care a chance to help you regain your joy in the activities you love, free of pain and lost function?
After months of not being able to stand or walk for more than 10 minutes at a time, and countless restless nights, Dr. Nels took the time to evaluate what was going on and got to the root of the problem. I haven’t felt this great in years…even before my last major issue. The time and care he spent on me during the first visit and my follow up visit on adjusting, massaging, and educating is more than I’ve ever had. I truly feel he cares about every single one of his patients and will do whatever he can to help. Both my husband and I would recommend him immediately to anyone. Thank you!!”
Janette, Minnetonka, MN