ADDRESS

2020 E 29th Ave,
Spokane, WA 99203

Spokane Chiropractor

 

Find a Healthier You with Short-Term Chiropractic Care

 

Healthy living is more important than people realize. While it’s easy to get caught up in convenience and excess of today’s society, ignoring your health doesn’t pay off in the long run. If you want to live a longer happy life, it’s important to pay close attention to the minor details of your body. But what does this mean? Exercising and eating a well balanced diet, yes, but what else? If you’re interested in taking your health to the next level, take a look at why you should add chiropractic care to your health regime today.

 

Chiropractic care:

  • Keeps your spine healthy
  • Encourages total body health
  • Reduces pain and promotes healthy inactivity
  • Elevates your sports performance
  • Reduces headaches
  • Stimulates the immune system
  • Promotes wellness and prevention

 

What is a chiropractor?

 

Chiropractic is a profession in health care that surrounds the fact that your body is self-healing, self-regulating, and controlled by the communication between the spinal cord, nervous system, and brain. Chiropractors focus on conservative treatments that don’t include surgery or medicine. Studies have shown that chiropractic care is equally as effective in the treatment of pain management compared to more costly and invasive medical procedures.

 

What makes the chiropractic approach to health so much better?

 

H3- One of the best reasons to love chiropractic care is its non-invasive ways to boost health and alleviate pain. What exactly does this mean? It means saying goodbye to months of medications, invasive procedures, and costly equipment. Instead, chiropractic care focuses on a natural approach to healing your body through hands-on spinal manipulation and other alternative treatments, enabling the body to heal itself without the risky effects of surgery or medication.

 

While some people refer to chiropractic as being a “back doctor” they are so much more than that. While your chiropractor will likely focus on the health of your spine, you will very well likely experience positive effects throughout your entire body.

 

You may find a greater flexibility and less pain. You might have fewer headaches and be able to concentrate more. You might have a stronger response to illness and have more energy. Chiropractors may focus their attention on your spine, but their approach will bring wellness to your body as a whole.

 

So what makes chiropractic care so much better?

  • It’s techniques are all-natural
  • It’s a whole body approach
  • It reduces invasion
  • It creates a more efficient body
  • It encourages the body to heal itself

 

Spine and Body Healing

 

Chiropractors understand and the distinguish the unique ways that the body was crafted with the ability to take care and heal itself, as long as it is provided the chance to do so. While other doctors focus on more conventional treatment methods that merely cover up vital health issues, the chiropractic approach encourages the body’s own healing processes and respects the body’s normal processes.

 

The body’s ability to promote health and comfortable living from the inside out starts with your body’s very core – the spine. While your spine isn’t something you think about on a daily basis, it’s completely critical for an efficient body. When your spine isn’t healthy you may notice stiffness and pain, lack of energy, a sluggish metabolism, and difficulty concentrating. With chiropractic concentration on the spine, these affects could be reversed.

 

Who do chiropractors treat?

 

Our team of chiropractors see patients of all ages in the treatment of migraines, muscle strains, headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome, spinal stenosis, neck pain, disc injury, arthritis and low back pain. We also treat patients that have been injured in sport and car accidents.

South Hill Spinal Care

2020 E 29th Ave,

Spokane, WA 99203, USA

(509) 455-7552

 

Hours: 

Tuesday 9AM–1PM, 2–6PM
Wednesday 9AM–1PM, 2–6PM
Thursday

(Thanksgiving Day)
9AM–1PM, 2–6PM

Hours might differ
Friday

(Black Friday)
Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Monday 9AM–1PM, 2–6PM