Does anyone go to a chiropractor for treatment? If so, is it helping?
Yes. Went again today and it does help me a lot.
I see an Osteo and yes helps a lot! I used a Chiro before my diagnosis and I found I spent way too much time and money there! It was more about drawing me in for repetitive business and I saw a few!
Yes but not for adjustments. My Chiro practices NRT. We are working to eliminate my inflammation and CMV virus in my joints. I tested positive for the Cytomeglia virus.
What is NRT?
I would be careful of adjustments or any kind of manipulation.
Chiropractic and physical therapy have been the 2 most helpful things for me over the years. But get recommendations. Find one who does not create huge treatment plans.
Yes, chiropractic adjustments have helped me a lot.
I did but he did more damage than good.
I’ve gone for years but when I got RA and PMR my chiropractor had to adjust the treatments to very gentle stretching and manipulation of the spine.
I find also doing float tanks help along with chiro an massage combinations..
I was going on a regular basis for a while and stopped because I felt better. I also started a more serious yoga practice, which has helped cut down on feeling the need to get adjusted.
The chiro was great for my back and hips, but my wrists and hands were to inflamed and he wouldn’t work on them anymore.
I use an inversion table for neck, shoulder, spine, head pain.
Every month, fantastic help for my movement and joints, I use boswellia supplement to help with pain and stiffness x
Yes, absolutely. Activator method only though for me. Mine is also a kinesiologist which has also been really helpful.
I went a few times and it did not help. I was in pain so it was not effective
Yessssssss. My chiro really helps with my neck pain. I love it. He just has to be a bit easier when adjusting my hips.
It helped for awhile then i just started swimming several times a week and that helped more.
It's done nothing for me
Absolutely- she does acupuncture on my hands which helps tremendously!
No hurts too much
Yes- he helps with my ankles, fingers and hips
Different things work for different people.. Best thing to do is give it a try.
Yes brilliant helped in so many ways
I went for a period of time and honestly not a fan. Physical therapy is a lot better as it gives you life long tools, visiting a chiropractor is just a Band-Aid and can be damaging.
Yes I’m a bit reluctant because I it might be too hard on my joints
Yes ~ massage therapist helps too !
Yes and use cbd oil to help
I’ve tried organic cbd cream strongest % and it doesn’t help.. Mb the oil is better? Do you ingest it or rub it on?
michikko I take it sublingually and use a cream too. Use a 1200mg oil and a 400mg cream
Yes! It’s a must for me. Chiropractics, massage therapy & an occasional acupuncture.