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Chiropractic in the Examiner

Examiner.com is a website dedicated to information specific to local areas throughout the United States. It covers 90 cities, and has many categories to choose from. One of their categories is Health, so they recently published an article on chiropractic care.

Even though the article did not come from the Boise section, the information is still pertinent. Please keep in mind that this refers to chiropractic adjustments more than the overall holistic approach that is used by some chiropractors, which includes - diet, nutrition, supplementation, exercise, biomechanics, gait analysis, orthotics, posture, stress reduction, and much more.

Here is a snippet from the article:

"Too often, people will run straight to the doctor at the first sign of an illness or with the first twinge of pain. Most of the time a doctor will prescribe pain medication or order expensive testing and treatment, sometimes even if there seems to be nothing physically wrong with the patient. It would be easy to blame doctors for the state of over-medication in this country, but medication is generally what the patient seeks when going to the doctor.

Many, if not most, patients believe that if they walk out of the doctor's office without at least one prescription, they have wasted their time and money. Patients today want instant relief from whatever ails them and usually that relief comes in the form of prescription medication. But medication, in some instances, simply silences the messages that your body is trying to tell you.

Chiropractic care focuses first on trying to understand the message that the body is trying to communicate and then responding to those messages by addressing the body's needs as naturally and non-invasively as possible."

For the full text please visit Examiner.com -

Examiner.com Examiner.com is a website dedicated to information specific to local areas throughout the United States.  It covers 90 cities, and has many categories to choose from. One of their categories is Health, so they recently published an article on chiropractic care. Even though the article did not come from the Boise section, the information is still pertinent.  Please keep in mind that this refers to chiropractic adjustments more than the overall holistic approach that is used by some chiropractors, which includes - diet, nutrition, supplementation, exercise, biomechanics, gait analysis, orthotics, posture, stress reduction, and much more. 

Here is a snippet from the article:

"Too often, people will run straight to the doctor at the first sign of an illness or with the first twinge of pain.  Most of the time a doctor will prescribe pain medication or order expensive testing and treatment, sometimes even if there seems to be nothing physically wrong with the patient.  It would be easy to blame doctors for the state of over-medication in this country, but medication is generally what the patient seeks when going to the doctor.  Many, if not most, patients believe that if they walk out of the doctor's office without at least one prescription, they have wasted their time and money.  Patients today want instant relief from whatever ails them and usually that relief comes in the form of prescription medication.  But medication, in some instances, simply silences the messages that your body is trying to tell you.  Chiropractic care focuses first on trying to understand the message that the body is trying to communicate and then responding to those messages by addressing the body's needs as naturally and non-invasively as possible."

For the full text please visit Examiner.com - Chiropractic care: a more natural method of healing the body and maintaining health.