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Joint FLX

by Alisa Princy (2019-10-01)

Let's say one thing first...if your Joint FLX Review only goal is to get out of pain as quickly as possible, you may be forced to go the drug route. However, if you are tired of living on meds and want to try another approach Chiropractic treatment is one avenue to explore. If you have never gone to a Chiropractor before rest assured that in today's world Chiropractors are fully credentialed. They typically have a four year college education followed by four-five years of intensive study in Chiropractic School. When medical doctors are taking pharmacology courses, Chiropractors are studying neurology and spinal anatomy, as well as courses to learn how to safely adjust (treat) the spine. In most states Chiropractors do not prescribe medication. This is a choice each chiropractic student makes when entering school. They are choosing to enter a profession which does not use medication as a treatment alternative. As I have told one attorney during my testimony in an auto case, if I wanted to use medication as a treatment choice I would have gone to medical school. Upon entered the office you will be asked to fill out a confidential history form. This is very important so that the chiropractor can know what else is going on with your health that may be affecting your current condition. In my office, an examination is performed and any necessary x-rays are taken. Once this information is gathered, your results will be reviewed and treatment recommended, if you have a case that chiropractic treatment can help. Chiropractic treatment works on the premise that the body's nervous system controls every aspect of your health. And, if this nervous system is performing as it was designed your body with function the way it was designed. That translates into optimal health. When the spine, due to trauma, overuse, poor posture, etc is not in its proper positional state, interference of the vital nerves occurs and can diminish your body's function and performance. This typically leads to pain, as well as other symptoms. For example, I have noticed in 29 years of practice that many patients who have lower back pain, also have intestinal symptoms.. Perhaps diarrhea, constipation, or a lot of gas. This is consistent because the nerves that control the lower back, buttocks muscles, and legs also controls the small and large intestines, bladder, and sex organs. Once chronic pain has set in, it has been my experience that chiropractic care is even more important. The longer a condition sets in, the more likely you are to also have arthritis of those joints. This makes spinal mobility even worse and keeps the ball rolling down the hill, getting bigger and bigger. There are many other aspects of the beneficial effects of chiropractic care. If you have an interest in finding out more, feel free to visit the website listed below.