Chiropractic care is a form of treatment that addresses musculoskeletal problems by focusing on the relationship between the body's structure and function. Chiropractors use spinal examination, diagnostic imaging, and clinical testing to understand your problem: low back pain or headaches, scoliosis or disc herniation, whiplash, or other misalignment conditions. Once a diagnosis has been made, Chiropractors will apply gentle yet specific adjustments (on parts of your body) to encourage improved movement and function of your spine.
In essence, chiropractic care restores the balance of the nervous system using a specific set and sequence of spinal adjustments. The nervous system is constantly striving towards homeostasis or a state of balance. When there is an imbalance in your body, it causes pain and other health issues to occur.
Chiropractic care works by correcting misalignment through gentle manipulations (or 'adjustments') that allow for the most efficient and least painful communication between the brain, nerves, organs, and tissues of your body – ultimately leading to better health.
Living with back pain can be frustrating, which is why your Germantown Chiropractic
offers patient-tailored treatments for non-acute lower back pain. However, these treatments typically take time to improve your condition because they need to be applied regularly over an extended period.
Chiropractors treat people with back pain using various manual techniques and exercises designed to reduce muscle tension and improve mobility within the spine's joints.
A unique combination of science, art, and technology, Dr. Karl Yentz Family Chiropractic provides a full range of treatment options for back pain relief. These treatments are not practiced alone but are furnished with nutrition counseling, massage therapy, and lifestyle counseling that uses natural methods.
As a holistic health clinic, Dr. Karl Yentz and staff review all available treatments to develop an individualized plan for back pain treatment.
Your Germantown Chiropractic will help you improve your quality of life by alleviating pain as well as deciding on therapy methods that are likely to be most beneficial for you.