Dr. Donald Hirsh, DC, and Dr. Blake Richardson, DC, and the team of experts at Hirsh Chiropractic Center can help you lead a healthy and pain-free lifestyle with adjusting in Laurel. Laurel adjusting is an effective and safe way to relieve Laurel chiropractic pain.
When muscles and ligaments get stretched out, the circulation of blood will increase and nerve fibers will fire rapidly as your spine is adjusted. Laurel adjusting, though, is far more complete in its approach. We start from the basics of neuroanatomy (the anatomy of your nervous system) and work from there to ensure a comprehensive treatment of the whole problem. Adjusting in Laurel is unique in that it directly stimulates the mechanoreceptors with mechanical pressure. Laurel adjusting causes muscle spindles to become stretched.
It's common to hear a small popping or cracking sound when you receive Laurel adjusting. This is completely natural. This occurs when spinal joints in your lower back are stretched out. Enclosing the joint capsules in your back is tissue fluid which contains pockets of air and bubbles. When the joint opens and stretches the joint tissue during adjusting in Laurel, the rapidly shifting air makes this popping sound.
After our patients receive Laurel adjusting, their ability to move their lower back increases tremendously. Even though the muscles may remain sore or tight after their adjusting in Laurel, their spinal motion will greatly improve. After Laurel adjusting, patients often return for other treatments, such as adjustments for the spine muscles.
There are different types of therapy besides Laurel adjusting that you can do to take care of your spinal health. In particular, Dr. Hirsh and Dr. Richardson recommend specific back-strengthening exercises, as well as procedures for properly bending and lifting objects. By doing these exercises, you can maintain spinal motion. It is also suggested that you come for follow-up visits every three months for adjusting in Laurel.
Problems that affect the lower back are more often diagnosed and treated by chiropractors these days, for good reason. Researchers continue to study the implications of spinal adjusting in Laurel and spinal subluxations. We are thoroughly acquainted with this data, and how adjusting in Laurel can help to treat your chiropractic issues.