Advantages of Chiropractor and Acupuncture Treatment
Chiropractic adjustments and acupuncture treatment are two treatments that have different historic origins which use different methods and techniques but can work well together. if the aim is to empower the body to heal without the use of drugs, surgery or other invasive treatment, they complement each other.
Unlike the invasive treatment, chiropractic adjustment and acupuncture intent is to simply correct muscular imbalances. Muscular imbalances occur when your muscles are overdeveloped and tight in one area of your body, and on the other part, the muscles are weak and stretched out from their normal position. It is often developed as the result of repetitive physical posture while on the job, playing or engaging in daily activities. Whatever you age, sex, or level of fitness, you will have muscle imbalance to some extent. If you have managed to achieve perfect muscle balance, it will not last long since no one is perfect. This is the reason why people have muscle pains.
Since human bodies are designed to self heal, both chiropractic adjustment and acupuncture treatment is to reorient our bodies it to its normal condition, to prompt its natural healing and restore a state of health that was formerly impeded.
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When you combine the two practices together what you will have is a chiropractic treatment that is most commonly conducted by physically targeting the spine to correct those slight misalignment of the vertebrae. In other words, when an obstructions or an imbalance occurs based within the nervous system, then all the organs and glands do not have the power to maintain health and to heal. Then the result will be disorders and diseases like Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, memory loss, dementia, permanent brain fog, senility, multiple sclerosis, and other common secondary neurologic disorders caused by blocking of nerve flow that goes to the body organs and glands.
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On the other hand, acupuncture is based on the overall flow across the body’s meridian points. In the practice of acupuncture what they believe is that there are 400 acupuncture points which are along 20 major pathways which are divided into 12 primary channels and 8 extraordinary ones. The difference between chiropractic adjustments and acupuncture treatment is that in chiropractic the hand is used to target certain parts of the spine and adjust them back to the original position, which in acupuncture, they use puncture needles or pressure to manipulate a precise meridian point to remove the blockage that interferes with the entire meridian flow or balance.
And because both are non-invasive methods there is no sequential after effect repercussions. After the treatment the patient can simply go out of the clinic and do whatever he needs to do next, in the same manner that he came into the clinic.