You know that a chiropractor can help you feel better by aligning your spine and getting your joints in the right places, but did you know that a visit to the chiropractor can also be good for your mental health? My name is Amy, and I have been a chiropractic client for more than 15 years. I have successfully treated depression and anxiety in part through the use of chiropractic medicine. I would like to use this blog to inform and educate others about the mental health benefits of chiropractic visits and how you can take use this discipline to help take control of mental illness.
If you suffer from chronic neck or back pain, your general practitioner may have recommended chiropractic care. The practice involves using non-invasive techniques, like spinal manipulation, to treat conditions of the musculoskeletal system. Even though chiropractic treatments have been around for a while, there are still a lot of misconceptions about them.
Here are some common myths about chiropractic care.
Myth: Chiropractors Only Treat Back Pain
It is true that many people visit the chiropractor for back pain. [Read More]