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What is chiropractic?
Chiropractic is a health care profession belonging to the field of complementary and alternative medicine. The field is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of neuromusculoskeletal disorders (those affecting the nerves, muscles and/or the spine).
Chiropractors use their hands to manipulate the spine in order to reduce pain and restore the quality and range of motion.
What does chiropractic treatment involve?
The heart of the chiropractic treatment method involves 'chiropractic adjustment'. During a chiropractic adjustment, a chiropractor uses hands (or a device) to apply a controlled, rapid force to a specific spinal joint in order to realign the spine. Learn more.
What happens during an initial consultation?
During an initial consultation, the patient has a chance to speak directly with the chiropractor about their health situation. The chiropractor typically performs a physical and neurological assessment as part of the process of diagnosis. The physical assessment often includes analysis of posture and weight distribution on the feet. In some cases, X-ray, CT or MRI imaging methods are used to help confirm a diagnosis. Learn more.
What qualifications do chiropractors need?
Chiropractors must complete a professional postgraduate degree to become a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.), which typically takes around 4 years of postgraduate training . This means most chiropractors spend a total of 7 to 8 years of relevant studies before they can practise independently.
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“Dr Park does therapy both hands on and machine. He is very professional and his hand is very light so that you could feel relax and relieve of the pains.”
— Sr. Tessie