Chiropractic Treatment

Some Wellness Chiropractic Treatment

What is Chiropractic?

A drug-free, non-surgical pain solution that has gained increased momentum over the years, chiropractic involves the chiropractor making sudden, controlled adjustments to joints along the spine and musculoskeletal system with either their hands or small instruments in order to correct misalignment of the body and encourage the body’s natural methods of healing itself.

By applying this small force to the joints, the chiropractor works to increase the flexibility of joints that, for a variety of reasons, may have restricted movement. This could be the result of an injury, having poor spinal posture for an extended period of time and repetitive movements, among others.

What Does Chiropractic Treat?

Although chiropractic is a general practice, there are subcategories of chiropractic to fit individual needs – such as pregnancy chiropractic, pediatric chiropractic and sports chiropractic. As part of a comprehensive care plan from the multi-disciplined doctors at Complete Wellness NYC, chiropractic can effectively treat lower back and neck pain, headaches and general chronic pain in the joints of the arms and legs.

Benefits of Chiropractic Treatment:

  • Aligns your spine and joints
  • Relieves muscle tension and counters the workday desk slouch
  • Improves flexibility
  • Eases pressure on compressed discs and nerves

Chiropractic Treatment Is Good for Anyone:

  • In pain, whether chronic or acute
  • Aspiring to enhance their athletic performance
  • In need of a posture tune-up

The Soma Wellness Approach to Chiropractic Treatment

Chiropractic care forms the backbone of our clinic. We have built an active, hands-on approach that gets you off the table and back on your feet. At Soma Wellness we treat your body as a complex, interconnected system, and we combine our expertise, pulling techniques across rehabilitative disciplines. Our sharp eyes assess how you move and hold yourself, and together we work to free you from pain and tension—in the back, neck, shoulders, etc.