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A common factor reported by patients adept at chiropractic is the speed of improvement in pain relief and improvement in movement. This is where chiropractic differs from ordinary treatment.

Common day-to-day activities, repetitive movements and incorrect postures can cause our body's joints, especially the spine, to lose their alignment or normal movement. Over time, these changes can affect the vertebrae, muscles, nerves, as well as cause degenerative changes such as osteoarthritis. This relationship between structures, mainly the spine and the musculoskeletal system, and their functions, coordinated by the nervous system, constitute the essence of chiropractic, which through manipulations, the famous "crec-crec", promotes the restoration and preservation of health without the use of drugs.

The goal of chiropractic is to correct and prevent joint problems. Manipulation, when indicated, is very specific and painless. During a chiropractic session, a clinical examination, postural analysis, specific tests and careful palpation of the joints, muscles, or even viscera are performed in order to provide the patient with a specific and quality treatment.


Because it is a manipulative technique, chiropractic requires a lot of skill from the professional who is performing it..


The indication of chiropractic is very wide and it is possible to obtain excellent results for any pain condition: disc herniation, back pain, sciatica, arthrosis, headaches or torticollis, ankle sprains, in addition to tendinitis, bursitis, pain and tension. muscle, RSI and DORTS, among other alterations that lead to pain.

People of all ages, from newborns to the elderly, can have chiropractic sessions. The treatment is suitable for each patient with the use of specific techniques for each one..
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