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Chiropractor in West End is a primary integrated part of the healthcare system which forms part of conservative methods which are an alternative to usage of drugs and surgery. Chiropractors are one of the fifteen registered healthcare professions in Australia and study for at least 5 years. Consumers are more widely seeking a Chiropractor in West End and around the world as an important part of their ongoing healthcare. Each year there is an estimated 19.1 million chiropractic visits in Australia and other studies suggest that 8.6% of all visits are from children.
Chiropractors typically use hands-on spinal manipulation called an ‘adjustment’ and other alternative treatments such as muscle releases, stretches and treatment tools. Proper alignment of the body’s musculoskeletal structure, particularly the spine, enables the body to heal itself in certain instances without surgery or medication. The aim is to treat the cause, not the symptom!
The Adjustment uses the bones as levers to create ideal movement and function where it has been dysfunctional, which can cause neurological and muscular stress. Dysfunction may occur due to tissue injury caused by a traumatic event, such as falling, or repetitive stress, such as sitting without proper back support. The nervous system controls every single organ and function in the body. If a nearby joint or tissue is dysfunctional, it may create change or damage to the nerve. The muscles hang off bones (except the ones that make you smile!) and nerves tell muscles what to do. This means that if joints and nerves are dysfunctional, so may be the muscles.
Chiropractic treatment in West End is used as a spinal alignment correction tool, and as a pain relief alternative for muscles, joints, bones, and connective tissue, such as cartilage, ligaments, and tendons. It is sometimes used in conjunction with conventional medical treatment. Techniques use quick but small movements to stretch tight areas, break up scar tissue and decompress joints.