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Chiropractic Manipulations

Chiropractic manipulation is a method used for treating musculoskeletal pain. High and low-force techniques are effective for alleviating musculoskeletal pain and preventing it from reoccurring. California Chiropractic offers chiropractic care for patients in Los Angeles, Simi Valley, and Chatsworth. If you are looking for natural pain relief, you might consider the benefits of chiropractic manipulation as part of your recovery. Here's what you should know before your first appointment.


How Chiropractic Manipulation Works

Chiropractic manipulation uses a hands-on approach to apply pressure to soft tissues and maneuver the joints. Chiropractic manipulation reduces pain, muscle tension, and joint dysfunction. Chiropractic manipulation is helpful because it promotes a wider range of motion for the joints. It also improves posture and reduces inflammation. Several types of manipulation are available to relax the muscles and reduce pain. For example, chiropractic manipulation may use rapid force to break down gas inside the joints.

The Benefits of Chiropractic Manipulation

If you are considering chiropractic manipulation, there are a few benefits you should consider. Some common benefits include:

  • Reduced soft tissue inflammation
  • Improved range of motion
  • Regulated pain
  • Relaxed muscles
  • Stabilizes the musculoskeletal system
  • Restored mobility and function

Chiropractic manipulation has a lot to offer. During your first consultation, our chiropractor can determine if this technique is right for you.

Types of Chiropractic Manipulation

Several techniques may be used to manipulate your spine and other parts of the musculoskeletal system. Your treatment plan will be based on your specific symptoms and recovery goals. Our chiropractor may use strain and counter-strain as part of a manipulation session. This process involves finding tender points in the body while we stretch the affected area. This helps the body reset and relieve tension.

High-velocity thrusting is also common. This technique involves a thrust to restore the full motion of the joints. These techniques are still gentle. Low-force techniques are less forceful and involve less of a thrust. Our chiropractor may mobilize the joint with slower movements. If you are wary of chiropractic manipulation, you should tell our chiropractor, so we can determine if low-force techniques will be a good option for you.

Visit Us for Chiropractic Care in Chatsworth

California Chiropractic offers solutions for various musculoskeletal issues. We will assess your current health and medical needs to create a treatment plan that will benefit you. Our chiropractor treats patients in Los Angeles, Simi Valley, Chatsworth, and surrounding areas. Call our office today to learn more about the chiropractic techniques we offer and how they can benefit you. 

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