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How Do I Know If I Need A Chiropractic Adjustment?

by | Jan 12, 2024

There are many signs that may suggest you need to see a chiropractor for an adjustment. The most obvious sign is chronic back pain, which is something that should always be fixed, and as soon as possible, but there are several other signs too. If you suffer from regular headaches, joint or muscle pain in other parts of your body, if your shoes wear out unevenly, if you have an active lifestyle, playing a lot of sports or exercise, if you have shooting pains in your legs, and many more signs. If you’re suffering from any aches or pains regularly it’s worth considering that you may need an adjustment.

What is a chiropractic adjustment?

A chiropractic adjustment is where a trained specialist uses their hands and tools to ensure that your spine, joints, and bones are aligned, maximizing your range of motion, which ensures that your body is functioning at its best, both inside and out, and will help to ensure you don’t run into future problems. They can help you to sleep better, which can boost your immune system and, in turn, helps your body to function at its best.

How do chiropractic adjustments work?

By ensuring that your joints are aligned and maximizing your range of motion, a chiropractor can help your blood flow and nerve conductivity work optimally, which will, in turn, reduce the pain you feel in your joints and muscles. Meaning that a chiropractic adjustment can provide pain relief without the need for invasive surgery or medication.

Dr. David Iszler

Dr. David Iszler graduated Summa Cum Laude from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa in 1994. Dr. Iszler practiced in Casper, Wyoming for 24 years before selling his practice to move to Arizona. He now practices in Glendale, where he is blessed to serve families in the Northwest Valley. He and his wife, Sheryl, are also sought-after wellness speakers, sharing health and wellness advice with businesses and organizations in his community.