Why You Should Get Adjusted

Why You Should Get Adjusted

Chiropractic adjustments are a beneficial treatment for patients of all types. As a non-invasive procedure, adjustments provide a range of health benefits that can help you feel more comfortable throughout your daily routine. 

You should consider getting adjusted by your chiropractor to gain the following benefits:

Pain Relief

During a chiropractic adjustment, using their hands or a small instrument, your chiropractor will administer a rapid, controlled force to the spine. The procedure precisely manipulates the vertebrae to correct atypical movement patterns. This relieves pressure on the joints, connective tissues, and nerves, providing significant pain relief. 

Improved Circulation

Dysfunction in the spine places pressure on the nervous system. When the nerves are strained, blood can’t circulate as effectively throughout your body.

Blood circulation is a crucial component of healthy body function because it supplies the various body systems with the nutrients and oxygen that they need. Chiropractic adjustments remove pressure from the nerves to restore circulation and improve your overall health.   

Faster Recovery

If you’re recovering from an injury, chiropractic adjustments can speed up your recovery time. When you get adjusted, your chiropractor will break up scar tissue in the body. This will improve your flexibility and ability to gain strength, facilitating a faster recovery. 

Improved Mobility

By realigning the spine, chiropractic adjustments provide greater mobility in the joints. A full range of motion will allow your body to function optimally and decrease your risk of injury. 

Greater Athletic Performance

Chiropractic adjustment corrects spinal misalignment and abnormalities in the spinal movements. A poorly aligned spine will diminish the function of the nervous system, which impacts every system in the body. So by putting the spine back into alignment, chiropractic adjustments can improve overall bodily function for better athletic performance. 

Contact Florida Spine & Injury Institute of Lakeland to book an appointment for an adjustment with one of our trained chiropractors.