Each individual has different needs, but overall, chiropractic care is a safe and beneficial treatment option for osteoporosis. If you have weak and brittle bones due to osteoporosis, our team can help you decide if spinal adjustments and similar treatments are right for you. If you suspect you have osteoporosis (or even osteopenia), you may be worried about visiting a chiropractor for your headaches, neck, or back pain. Many people seek chiropractic care to correct spinal problems and improve their overall health and well-being.
Typically, chiropractic “adjustments” are made to the spine in an area where the joint does not move or function normally, also known as subluxation or imbalance in the spine. This is done to restore normal joint movement, improve spine biomechanics, and affect central nervous system function. Chiropractors use quick and light forces to make an adjustment, and while adjustments are extremely secure, it is important to determine the condition of a person's spine prior to any form of care. At Chiropractic Balance, we conduct a detailed medical history and first perform a complete neurological and spinal exam (plus, we can even take X-rays if needed) to determine what your core problems are, so that they can give you the best possible lifestyle advice and care.
We also use a gentle technique called the sacro-occipital technique, and sometimes we can use a portable device called an “activator”. Chiropractors generally treat patients suffering from a variety of conditions, such as back pain, joint pain, and joint stiffness. However, osteoporosis can also be treated with chiropractic care. Chiropractic care not only treats symptoms of osteoporosis, but it also promotes healing.
We'll guide you through the areas of osteoporosis and chiropractic and introduce some of the most common treatments for osteoporosis. Therefore, when one receives a chiropractic adjustment, it not only improves joint movement and the health of their nervous system, but it also gives a positive boost to the strength of their bones.