This article, which has been provided by the Glen Riddle personal injury attorneys at Justice Guardians, details the history of chiropractic care, the common injuries treated by chiropractors, and chiropractors in the area.
It was in 1887 that Daniel David Palmer opened the Palmer School of Chiropractic, the first school to teach chiropractors. Palmer, who was formally a magnetic healer, became interested in learning about the musculoskeletal system after he helped a janitor in his building adjust his back. After the adjustment, the janitor told Palmer that he felt instant relief.
In less than two decades, Kansas became the first state to recognize chiropractic care as an official medical treatment. Soon, many states required practitioners to undergo testing in order to become licensed. Today, more than 7,000 people are licensed chiropractors offering care to accident victims throughout the country.
Chiropractors can treat a wide variety of injuries, the most common being:
Be sure to discuss your entire medical history with your chiropractor during the first visit. This will help to create a treatment plan.
Patients who have undergone chiropractic care report feeling pressure and a little bit of discomfort during the actual adjustment. Additionally, sore muscles are often felt after. However, there should be no serious pain while being adjusted.
Every patient will need to see a chiropractor for a different amount of time. For some, one or two adjustments are enough to set them on the right track. Others will regularly visit their chiropractor for years. It all depends on the injuries being treated and the patient's overall health.
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Aston, PA 19014
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