Chiropractor St. Catharines
Chiropractic Care Can Help With A Wide Range of Conditions Including:
- Sports Injuries
- Headaches, including Migraine
- Neck Pain
- Shoulder Injury
- Upper, Middle or Lower Back Pain
- Knee Pain
- Disc Herniations
- Musculoskeletal Conditions
- Muscle Spasms
- Scar Tissue Buildup
- Poor Range Of Motion
- Workplace Injury
- Athletic Injuries
- Auto Accident Injuries
- Extremity Injuries
- Spinal Stenosis
- Shoulder, Elbow and Wrist Pain
- Pelvis, Hip, and Ankle Pain
- Nerve Entrapments and Related Numbness and Tingling
- Spinal Instability
- TMJ Dysfunction (Jaw Pain)
- Repetitive Strain Injuries
- Rotator Cuff Injuries
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Poor Blood Flow to Certain Areas
- Tennis/Golfer’s Elbow
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Shin Splints
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Pre/Post Natal Related Pain
- Stress-Related Muscle Tension
- Postural Dysfunction and Related Pain
- Whiplash and Motor Vehicle Accident Injuries
- Pre/Post-Surgical Rehabilitation
- Chronic Pain
- General Health and Well-Being
- Any Neuromusculoskeletal Condition
- Other Chronic Conditions discipline that focuses on conditions of neuromuscular and skeletal systems (nervous, muscular and skeletal systems).
Benefits of Chiropractors
How do I know if I should see a chiropractor?
If you are experiencing pain in your neck, back, shoulder, knee, ankle, foot, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, leg, groin, pelvis, lower abdomen, upper thigh, calf, heel, toe, or want to improve your healing process etc., then it is likely that an injury has caused the problem. If this is true, then seeing a chiropractor may be beneficial to help with recovery from these injuries.
How often should I see a chiropractor?
The number of visits will mostly depend on how severe the condition is as well as what type of treatment plan you choose for yourself. Some people find they need more frequent treatments than others.The average person needs about 3-4 appointments per week. However, some conditions require much less time between sessions, while other conditions can benefit greatly from longer intervals between treatments. It mainly depends on the patient’s individualized treatment plan.
Why do you sleep better after a chiropractor?
The answer is simple. Chiropractors are trained to promote the body to heal itself naturally, and they use various chiropractic techniques such as active release technique, soft tissue technique, deep tissue & joint play techniques that can improve your quality of life. They also understand how your bodies work, which helps them identify problems before they become serious health issues. The result: You get more restful nights’ sleep!
Does insurance cover chiropractic massage?
Yes, most insurances do cover chiropractic care. Check with your provider to determine whether your policy covers chiropractic services.
What does "adjustment" mean?
A chiropractic adjustment is when a chiropractor uses his hands on manual therapy to manipulate joints into their proper position. This process involves moving bones out of place so that they function properly again. Adjustments usually involve gentle pressure applied over specific areas of the spine.
Is there any evidence that chiropractic adjustments actually work?
There have been many studies done regarding the effectiveness of chiropractic care. Most of these studies show positive results.
There are several reasons why chiropractic care works.
First, our nervous system controls every part of our body. When we experience stress, tension, poor posture, lack of exercise, improper nutrition, environmental toxins, emotional trauma, etc., all parts of our body suffer because of one another.
Second, the spinal column contains nerves that control everything else in our body.
Third, the muscles around the spine hold us upright.
Fourth, the discs located at each vertebrae cushion the weight of the head and protect the nerve roots.
Fifth, the sacrum supports the entire structure of the human skeleton.
Sixth, the ligaments connect bone to bone.
Seventh, the facet joints allow movement within the spine.
Eighth, the intervertebral disc allows flexibility within the spine.
Ninth, the cervical vertebrae support the skull.
What other services do you offer?
Massage therapy, Physiotherapy, Naturopathic medicine, and a wide variety of other treatment techniques and lifestyle recommendations (manual therapy techniques, manipulative therapy, soft tissue therapy, muscle release therapy, exercise prescription, spinal decompression therapy, mechanical motion therapy, patient education, prevention of injuries program, joint manipulation,)
Why Choose NHRC for Your Chiropractic Therapy in St Catharines?
Insurance Covered physiotherapy, chiropractor, massage therapy. Extended Health Coverage Direct Billing Available.