Marietta Chiropractor Reveals Ailments Most People Don’t Realize Can Be Treated by a Chiropractor

June 04, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Arrowhead Clinic, a Marietta chiropractor clinic, has announced that they have recently published a blog post that reveals ailments most people don’t realize can be treated by a chiropractor. The article discusses six ailments that are not usually considered by most people to be treatable by a chiropractor. These are headaches, ear infections, scoliosis, asthma, blood pressure, and organ functions.

Dr. Valentina Adcock, a spokesperson for Arrowhead Clinic, says, “Chiropractic care is an all-natural, drug-free, surgery-free, holistic treatment option that helps people to get well and stay well. It also doesn't come with the adverse side effects of prescription medication or surgery. Our team at Arrowhead Clinic in Marietta understand the intricacies of the human body and that everything is connected. When everything is connected and working efficiently, it provides the human body the ability to heal itself.”

She continues, “Many people believe that chiropractors can only help neck and back pain. However, their range of treatment of the human body is almost unlimited. There are new studies published almost every day of the benefits of chiropractic care. Arrowhead Clinic in Marietta can create the environment necessary to facilitate the healing process in your body.”

For headaches, the pain killers that most people usually take may actually be detrimental to headaches because they only mask the pain and may cause what are known as rebound headaches. Studies have revealed that after a few chiropractic adjustments, most headaches can be alleviated.

Unknown to many people, children with chronic ear infections have been helped by chiropractic care. While the results may vary from patient to patient, safe and painless chiropractic adjustments have resulted in many children experiencing relief from their ear infections.

Another condition that may be helped with chiropractic care is scoliosis. Various studies have shown that muscle rehabilitation and chiropractic adjustments may reduce the curvatures that result from the progression of scoliosis. Studies have also revealed that it is possible to treat scoliosis without surgery or back braces.

Asthma is another condition that may be treated with chiropractic care. Spinal adjustments may be able to enhance respiratory function by providing more space in the chest cavity and by boosting lung and chest mobility. These adjustments may also relieve the pressure from the phrenic nerve that is responsible for regulating the muscles surrounding the diaphragm. Spinal subluxation may also be the cause of impaired breathing. With a simple adjustment, the diaphragm may be able to function properly at an optimal level once more.

Blood pressure conditions may also be treated with chiropractic care. A study had revealed that using just one upper cervical adjustment, a patient’s blood pressure reverted back to an average level. It was observed in the study that the upper cervical adjustment had the same effect as two blood pressure medications. The impact had lasted for more than six months and had no adverse side effects.

And finally, chiropractic care may also be used to enhance and maintain organ function. This is because the nervous system regulates every organ in the human body, and chiropractic care can have a direct effect on the nervous system. Irritants are eliminated from the nerves by using spinal adjustments and correcting any shifts or subluxations. The result is that the nerves and the organs are able to function at their optimal level.

Arrowhead Clinic offers chiropractic care to victims of motor vehicle accidents, patients with neck and back pain, and victims of slip and fall accidents. They also offer treatment for people with work injuries or sports injuries. They have focused on the treatment of personal injuries for almost 40 years, and the chiropractic doctors and medical doctors in the clinic carefully evaluate injuries and ailment to provide the proper treatment.

Those who would like to learn more about the chiropractic services offered in Marietta, Georgia, may want to check out the Arrowhead Clinic website, or contact them on the telephone or through email. They are open from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, from Monday to Friday, and from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm on Saturdays.

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For more information about Arrowhead Clinic - Marietta, contact the company here:

Arrowhead Clinic - Marietta
Dr. Valentina Adcock
(770) 961-7246
harry.brown.dc@gmail.com
200, 1395 South Marietta Pkwy SE #228, Marietta, GA 30067

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