What is Chiropractic?
Chiropractic, in its most basic definition, is a conservative approach to health care that does not involve the use of surgery or pharmaceuticals. Getting into a deeper discussion of “What is Chiropractic” the waters can get pretty murky as most chiropractors have their own definitions of what chiropractic is. We will share only what Dynamic Sports Chiropractic believes chiropractic is.
Chiropractic loosely translates from Greek to “to practice using hands”. As such, the cornerstone of chiropractic care is manual therapy, which mostly includes chiropractic adjustments and myofascial (muscle) manipulation.
Over the years chiropractic has evolved from a relatively straight-forward profession where the chiropractic adjustment was the only treatment provided to now where there are specialties in sports medicine and rehabilitation, nutrition, functional medicine, neurology, and pediatrics to name a few. This has had a tremendous positive influence on the profession as it has led to better training and patient-centered care in the chiropractor’s respective field. The downside is most of the public and medical community is still unaware of the profession’s advancement in recent years.
At Dynamic Sports Chiropractic in Fargo, ND we have embraced and apply multiple techniques and treatments that have risen to the top over the years, with a particular emphasis on methods and techniques for Back Pain Relief and Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. To learn more about the techniques and treatments we use click here.
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