Therapeutic manipulation of the spine has existed for thousands of years. Chiropractic care as it is currently known began several hundred years ago. Since then, chiropractic care has gained worldwide recognition as an effective form of supplemental medical care, and patients are reporting positive changes in their health and wellbeing after therapy. We see an increasing number of patients as people recognize the benefits of chiropractic care for their health. Although chiropractic care has been around for hundreds of years, there are still some things that many people don’t know about this therapeutic practice, including but not limited to:
1. The worldwide reach of chiropractic care. Although chiropractic as a profession was officially founded in 1895 in the United States, the art of spinal manipulation as a medical technique has a long and rich history in China. In the mid-1900s, chiropractic had already found its way to a long list of countries across the world, including New Zealand, Canada, and South Africa. Practices have also now extended across Europe, Asia, Australia, and Latin America, making chiropractic a worldwide practice that people subscribe to globally.
2. The benefits of chiropractic care to trauma and torture survivors. Traumatic experiences can leave survivors with chronic pain, PTSD, depression and other long-term problems, which can be difficult to deal with. Chiropractic Martinez therapies can help trauma survivors as part of one cohesive and comprehensive approach to treatment.
3. The rigorous training that chiropractors undergo. There is a huge misconception about the way chiropractic doctors are educated. Many people believe they don’t get enough training to merit any form of recognition as medical professionals. Some people also don’t see chiropractic care as a scientific approach to treatment, when chiropractic doctors get thousands of hours of education and training, including clinical and lab internships to secure their qualification as a chiropractor.
4. The importance of professional attention from a certified chiropractic care specialist. Chiropractic care isn’t as simple as popping someone’s back. If an untrained friend claims to know how to do spinal manipulation, allowing him to crack your back might injure you, especially when he doesn’t actually know how to properly manipulate your spine. Chiropractic care requires thousands of hours of education and training to ensure qualification.