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Choose Chiropractic Care

Jan 28, 2019

Chiropractic has been around for over 100 years and during that time the profession has established itself as an effective and efficient option when it comes to treating musculoskeletal pain and achieving a higher quality of life.

How Chiropractic Works

Our bodies were meant for movement.  However our day to day activities, daily routines, or traumatic injuries can lead to restriction or dysfunction in the way our joints move.  Along with this dysfunction patients often will experience a number of different symptoms including varying degrees of pain, numbness, or stiffness.  When our bodies experience pain they start to compensate, which often times, further complicates the original problem. Chiropractic care works to correct these dysfunctions that affect our ability to move freely and also helps to reduce the associated symptoms.  


The most common conditions treated by chiropractors include:

Back pain
Neck pain
Hip pain

Shoulder pain
Sports injuries
Headaches
Arthritis
Sciatica

 

Remember, chiropractors can treat a variety of conditions other than just back or neck pain. If you’re suffering from a condition, talk it over with a chiropractor today! You may be surprised to find that chiropractic care can treat a variety of conditions.


Who Can Benefit From Chiropractic Care

Doctors of chiropractic treat conditions that can affect anyone.  People from all ages, health backgrounds, and activity levels can benefit from a visit to the chiropractor’s office.  Identifying joint dysfunction and movement restrictions early on can help prevent bigger problems down the road, most notably, pain and discomfort.

 

Safety

Over time, chiropractic care has proven to be a safe and effective option for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction.  It is a natural, drug free option to help optimize the function of the body and help you perform better.

 

If you want to learn more about chiropractic care, visit rohlfschiropracticcare.com today!  Our doctors serve three locations in Sharonville, OH Wilmington, OH and Anderson, OH. Learn more about our physicians here.

 

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