Recover from Muscle Pain with Chiropractic

Published October 8th, 2019 by Dr. Markson

Stiff joints? Neck pain? Sore back? You probably already know that chiropractic can help. But what about soothing sore muscles? Chiropractic care facilitates a more effective and complete health care system. Whether you are seeking muscle pain relief due to long hours on the job or from a tough workout regimen, chiropractic can benefit you.

Take the Chiropractic Approach

For quite some time, chiropractic was regarded as an alternative approach to healthcare. More recently, chiropractic has found increased popularity and chiropractors are the third-largest group of healthcare providers behind physicians and dentists.

When taking the chiropractic approach, there is an increased focus on musculoskeletal and nervous system disorders. The hard tissues of the body, including the spine and joints, are addressed. This natural approach is centered on treating the underlying issues you are experiencing, not just treating the symptoms. This means a non-invasive, non-addictive hands-on approach that includes examination, diagnosis, and treatment. At Markson Chiropractic, our years of experience give us the knowledge to recommend therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises that, combined with chiropractic adjustments and the right nutrition, can relieve sore muscles and joints.

Chiropractic Care Techniques

We most commonly use treatments called chiropractic adjustments or spinal manipulations to treat our patients. We manually apply controlled force to joints that have become limited in their range of motion, which restores joint mobility. Chiropractic adjustments also remove misalignments and subluxations in the spine. When subluxations are removed, the central nervous system can function optimally, which improves communication between the brain and the rest of the body. That restored communication allows the body to heal itself more efficiently, meaning sore muscles will feel better faster.

If you are looking for faster recovery time for your sore muscles, click here to contact our office and learn more about how chiropractic can help.

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