Corrective Chiropractic Care Center
Corrective Chiropractic Care is one of the most advanced and important types of treatment and is usually seen as an investment that will get your body working at its best and prevent a lot of future problems. If all that the chiropractor does is to reduce the pain and fails to correct the underlying structural issue, the chances of the condition recurring are high. In order to prevent a rapid recurrence of symptoms and future complications, it is often necessary to continue chiropractic care even though your symptoms are gone.
In this phase, the goal is often structural and functional changes. Depending on your condition or functional capability, you may begin doing stretches or exercises at home or at the New Wave Corrective Chiropractic Care Center to help accelerate your the healing process. There is usually a period of remodeling and strengthening, followed by a period of maintaining these changes.
Occasional mild flare-ups in your symptoms may occur during this stage of your healing process, don’t let this discourage you as this is normal. Since your body has not yet fully healed, flare-ups are bound to occur during this phase. Depending on the severity of your condition or injury, and the length of time you have been suffering with it, this phase of healing may last a few months to a couple of years.
Once healing has occurred and the corrections have been maintained, the third and final phase, Wellness Care can begin. In a perfect world, everyone would start chiropractic care in this phase and the chance of needing the first two phases would be a lot less.
This is a phenomenal Chiropractor! Dr. Paul Hodgson truly cares, and pays great attention to detail. I have had many Chiropractors over the years, but none have been able to address my spine and nervous system like Dr. Hodgson has. My issues were primarily in my lower neck area, an area where too many Chiropractors in the past have attempted to adjust and have completely struck out. They either jam it further, or completely skip over that area because it's "too hard" or "too stuck". Not only was Dr. Paul able to release this troublesome area of my spine regularly, but he did with ease and specificity. Of course, I feel "like a million" after I get off his table. A great Doctor and a great man. Thanks so much, Dr. Paul!!!