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Chiropractic Care In Aston, PA

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Many accident victims find that receiving care from a chiropractor helps them during their recovery. The Aston personal injury attorneys at Justice Guardians have shared this article about the history of chiropractic care, how it can benefit a patient, and the common injuries treated.

Who Invented Chiropractic Care?

Daniel David Palmer is known as the man who first named the practice "chiropractic". He even started the first school for chiropractors, the Palmer School of Chiropractic, in 1897. His interest in the field developed after he made an adjustment to the spine of a janitor cleaning in his office.

A few days after the adjustment, the Palmer stated that the janitor to tell him that his hearing had improved after fixing his misaligned vertebrae, hearing that the janitor had lost not long after feeling a "pop" in his back. This caused Palmer to seek further information on how misalignments in the structure of the body could impact other areas.

With a few decades, chiropractic care was recognized as an official form of medicine in the United States and practitioners had to be licensed.

How Does Chiropractic Care Help Patients?

Adjustments made by a chiropractor can:

  1. Strengthen the body so that recovery from surgery is faster;
  2. Reduce pain;
  3. Improve joint mobility;
  4. Improve balance.

How Long Does A Patient Need To Be Seen By A Chiropractor?

The length of time that a patient needs to be seen on a chiropractor depends upon the overall health and the medical conditions that are being treated. During an initial consultation, a treatment plan should be discussed, including anticipated treatment lengths.

Do Chiropractic Adjustments Hurt?

Generally speaking, chiropractic adjustments are meant to occur with the least amount of force possible and minimal pressure. Some patients do report feeling soreness after an adjustment, comparable to the soreness that one might feel after a good workout. Typically, relief is felt almost immediately after an adjustment is made.

What Types Of Injuries And Pain Do Chiropractors Treat?

The most common types of injury or pain that are treated by chiropractors include:

  1. neck pain;
  2. spinal cord compression;
  3. hip pain;
  4. muscle strain;
  5. herniated disc;
  6. rotator cuff injury;
  7. ACL tear;
  8. patellar damage;
  9. ankle pain.

Many chiropractors request that additional workups be performed at other specialists so that a clear diagnosis of the underlying injury can be made.

Chiropractors In Aston, Pennsylvania

Aston Chiropractic
4515 Pennell Rd,
Aston, PA 19014
(610) 497-1928

Paul Mark Hastie, DC
2830 Concord Rd #2946,
Aston, PA 19014
(610) 497-2779

Innovative Muscle Therapy and Pain Center
2960 Concord Rd,
Aston, PA 19014
(610) 485-5001

Francis V. Grandizio Jr., DC
4515 Pennell Rd #1869,
Aston, PA 19014
(610) 497-1928

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The Aston personal injury legal team at Justice Guardians hopes that you have found this article on chiropractic care helpful. Check out our post on the best Aston auto body shops!

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David Petrone
Date Published: January 9, 2020
David Petrone is a personal injury attorney at Justice Guardians.
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