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What Does a Chiropractic Adjustment Do?

Many new patients we see here at Holmes Chiropractic have never been to a chiropractor, and understandably don’t know what care with us involves. We want to give you a picture of what happens from when you first come into our office and how our chiropractic care will help your body to heal itself, bringing you to great health.

Chiropractic Adjustment

When I first see a new patient, I explain to them that chiropractic is a mechanical solution to a mechanical problem. We’re looking for different structural imbalances in the body, whether it be in your soft tissue, your nervous system or joint and bone-related issues that create your stress and pain.

Helping You Fight Stress

We’re bombarded by all types of physical, chemical and emotional stress every day, and our objective is to release some of that. The chiropractic adjustment is to free you up from irritation or blockage. Our chiropractic care is comprehensive, involving soft tissue work and adjunctive therapies to speed your healing process. The adjustment releases pressure from the joint, helping restore the balance in the musculoskeletal system. After an adjustment, our patients notice they’re less stressed, that they feel more alive and less irritated so they can quickly return to doing the things they love.

Our care will help you function better, perform better and be happier. Call us today!

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  1. Joel says
    Jan 14, 2016 at 2:42 PM

    Thanks for explaining how a chiropractor can help fight stress. A friend of mine used to use chiropractors in high school for sports injuries. He said it really helped because he was more loose and flexible and less stressed. I guess it's true. Thanks again!

  2. Kyler Brown says
    Feb 10, 2016 at 4:47 PM

    One of my good friends is a chiropractor, and I went into his office once to get a injury looked at. I was so impressed with his work environment, and I can definitely agree with this article about how it can help people fight stress. I've since moved away from that area, so I'm glad that I found this article so that I have someone to call if I ever need help.

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