Welcome to the new blog for Ascent Chiropractic. Our blog is designed to educate our patients about the different treatment options available at our chiropractic care center. If you are new to chiropractic care or have never visited a chiropractor before, we understand that you may have many questions about what to expect from your treatments. This blog is a place to answer your questions and share the latest news about drug-free relief for back pain, neck pain and headaches.
Seattle Chiropractor Answers Your Pain Questions
Our treatments are designed to provide both immediate relief and long-term care. For example, if you have recently been in a car accident, you may have sustained a whiplash injury, which can trigger chronic neck pain. You may also have sustained an injury to the lumbar spine, causing lower back pain or sciatica. Back pain, neck pain and headaches can seriously compromise your quality of life. You may find it difficult to sleep through the night, focus on work at the office, or even sit comfortably for extended periods.
If you are suffering from pain, chiropractic care can help. In fact, many of our patients experience pain relief after just one adjustment! A series of adjustments over three to four weeks typically provides the best relief and improvement for our patients. Our treatments are evidenced-based and patient-proven to make a difference.
Once your pain has become more manageable, our Seattle chiropractor will focus on strengthening the spine and improving posture. Poor posture is a leading cause for back pain and health problems. By continuing with treatment two to three times per week, our patients grow stronger and healthier. Detailed diagnostic exams and evaluations will track our patients’ progress. For example, using X-rays, you can see the exact location of any spinal misalignment and the difference our chiropractic adjustments will make for this misalignment over time.
This blog is a place for you to ask questions about chiropractic care and learn more about pain relief treatments. Tell us, what topics would you most like to learn about?