Acute pain is sudden in onset.It could be a broken bone or an injured nerve. Chronic pain, by contrast is a long-developing condition, such as osteoporosis or degenerative joint disease.
What is Chiropractic
Chiropractic is a healthcare profession that specializes in treating the body’s muscles, bones, nerves and joints focusing on injuries and conditions affecting the human body and it’s functioning and always addressing the underline cause. Chiropractic provides healthy drug-free and non-invasive solutions for the whole family regardless of age.
Holistic Versus Allopath
There are two major philosophical differences between allopathic medicine and holistic, “alternative” medicine: … Allopathic medicine treats the disease, not the individual, whereas holistic approach is to treat the cause not the symptom.
What is Manipulation
Spinal manipulation, also called spinal manipulative therapy or manual therapy, is a technique used by chiropractors to relieve pressure on the joints, reduce inflammation, and improve nerve function. This method corrects bodily imbalances and ultimately restores health.
Benefits of Chiropractic
- Specializes in treating the body’s muscles, bones, nerves and joints
- Improve neck, back, and chronic pain
- Reduces dependence on opioid pain relievers
- Reduces sciatic nerve pain caused by nerve injuries or compressed (pressed) nerves
- Relief of tension headaches that can be caused by back problems
- Improves the symptoms of neurological conditions
- Reduces muscle spasms
- Reduces the symptoms of scoliosis and other conditions of the spine
- Helps improve posture
- Improves athletic performance
- Helps develop the body’s natural ability to heal itself
- Helps to return the spine to a state of functional normality through posture re-education and manipulations
- Reduces muscle tension caused by stress
- Improves range of motion of the joints
- Provides good physical fitness
Differences between Bulge Disc and Herniated Disc
The main difference, a Herniated disks are also called ruptured disks, a crack affects the small area in the tough outer layer of cartilage and it irritates the nerve and causes pain. Compared to a bulging disk, it is more of a protuberance likely to push against the outer layer of cartilage without a crack. But, it can affect and sometimes irritate the nerve roots.
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