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What Are The Long-Term Health Benefits Of Chiropractic Care?

by | Jan 19, 2024

It’s easy to accept back pain, or other aches and think “it doesn’t hurt that badly, it will be fine”, but we shouldn’t be accepting any pain at all and there is a lot we can do about it.

Chiropractic treatment can quickly make a huge difference in your life, sometimes immediately relieving you of the pain that you have, but regular visits to a chiropractor can affect your life in other ways. It can improve sleep and your immune system function, it can increase your energy levels, help your breathing, improve your blood pressure, improve your digestion, and improve balance and range of motion. Long-term pain, if you suffer from it, however, can not only make life difficult and awkward but owing to many of the aforementioned benefits it can also lead to rapid degradation of your mental health.

Can I still visit a chiropractor during pregnancy?

Regular chiropractic care during pregnancy can offer many benefits. As a woman goes through pregnancy her body will change remarkably as the baby grows, and they will suffer various aches and pains as pressure is put on different parts of their body. But, regular chiropractic visits throughout the gestational period can not only reduce the regular complaints of low back pain, hip pain, and sciatica, but they can also help with an easier pregnancy in general. Evidence has shown that women who have regular chiropractic care during pregnancy have faster births and fewer rates of complications.

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.