Yes. Peer-reviewed literature has found that trained chiropractors delivering proper adjustments do not pose significant injury. The rare case is still possible and should be discussed with the doctor before treatment.
In most cases patients experience a small "pop" and a sense of relief. In some cases it can be uncomfortable. In some cases you might be sore for a short period after the adjustment. This is a normal side effect.
It depends. Each person comes in with a unique set of circumstances and ailments, so it is virtually impossible to say without conducting an exam. However, our approach is aimed at keeping adjustment frequency as minimal as possible.
Yes. Different techniques are available to the doctor to tailor treatment to the individual's needs.
No. Many people become accustomed to having frequent or constant low level aches and pains. Pain is an indicator that something is wrong and needs to be addressed.
Yes. Although certain surgeries will restrict what can be adjusted, other areas around the surgery are often affected and need attention. Chiropractic care can play an important role in the recovery process.
All ages! Utilizing different techniques allows us to adjust infants, elderly, and all ages in between.