Serving Woodbridge, Dale City, and all of Prince William County since 2007!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
•Are Chiropractors Well Educated?
"Chiropractors must complete 4,545 hours of clinical and classroom study compared to a medical doctor's 4,248. Doctors of Chiropractic also have four years of post-graduate education and must pass five national board exams in order to be licensed in Virginia.”
•Is Chiropractic Scientific?
"Chiropractic has been a science for more than 100 years and is recognized as more effective than drugs in the treatment of muscular/skeletal problems. Chiropractic utilizes a specific analysis to identify where and when your spine needs to be treated.”
•Do Chiropractic Adjustments Make Sense?
“Misalignment of the skeletal system impedes the electrical communications between the brain, vital organs and muscles of the body, resulting in improper nourishment and/or stimulation. Chiropractic adjustments remedy these misalignments and allow the body to function normally."
•Is Chiropractic Safe?
"There are far less complications from chiropractic treatment than from medications prescribed by medical doctors. Modern Chiropractic utilizes new techniques and tests to eliminate as many risks as possible."
•Does Chiropractic Treatment Take Long?
"Muscular imbalances are the root cause of skeletal misalignments. These imbalances cause the muscles to pull the spine out of place. Chiropractic adjustments are necessary until these muscles are returned to a balanced state. The number of adjustments depends on how long it takes to create this balance. The majority of patients experience positive results within the first few adjustments.”
•Do Chiropractic Adjustments Hurt?
“Modern Chiropractic Adjusting techniques are pain free and void of the cracking most people associate with an adjustment."
•What Is the Pop or Crack People Hear During an Adjustment?
"When there is a misalignment sometimes gas is trapped in the joint’s fluid. When the misalignment is corrected the gas escapes thus making the sound that is heard.”