Is Chiropractic treatment safe?

Because Chiropractic treatment is non-invasive, it is among the safest and most conservative therapies available. It is immeasurably safer (and often more effective) than surgery and other invasive treatments. It is more reliable than muscle relaxants and NSAIDs (such as Ibuprofen and Aspirin), which can cause internal bleeding and conflict with other medications. Chiropractic is so safe, in fact, that is frequently used to treat infants and small children suffering from injury or certain genetically-caused vulnerabilities.

Its gentleness and effectiveness make it a popular choice among older people, who may require regular Chiropractic care to relieve musculoskeletal pain and stiffness and other age-related complaints. Indeed, fully half of Americans over age 55 have used Chiropractic to help relieve low back pain.

Chiropractic therapy is one of the few healthcare options available that can actually help prevent injury and disease, and its incorporation with other health-supporting choices can exist throughout one's lifetime to improve and maintain wellness without side effects.

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