The chiropractic approach
The chiropractic approach aims to correct vertebral subluxation complexes. This means to stimulate the nervous system by increasing the mobility of the affected vertebrae. The chiropractic treatment will therefore consist of adjustments that will restore the good synergy between the vertebral and nerve structures in order to reduce the stress of the affected area. In addition, the chiropractor will promote relaxation of the muscles through muscular work and soft tissue work (muscle, tendon, ligament, fascia). The goal of chiropractic care is to reduce pain, to restore the biomechanics of the region and to restore and optimize the communication of the neuro-musculoskeletal system so as to prevent the recurrence of painful episodes. Following chiropractic diagnosis, the nature and duration of treatments will vary depending on the size of the vertebral subluxation complex, the age and the occupation of the patient.