Chiropractic medicine is the most popular natural health profession in the world. Although typically associated with spinal adjustments and alignment, this effective, gentle, noninvasive art can be applied to a wide range of conditions. At Healing Hands Chiropractic, LLC in Wallingford, our course of treatment involves improving an individual's overall health. Our approach goes beyond an adjustment or exercise, and instead, we strive to help patients live to their fullest potential.
At our practice, patients are treated with love and respect, and we consider the care of the whole family, from infants to adults. Our services span a wide range of conditions and treatments, including head-to-toe care, family wellness, proactive healthcare, preventative maintenance, pregnancy care, and addressing not only back and neck pain but also chronic headaches, sports- and car accident-related injuries, migraines, acid reflux, arm pain, lupus, and children's ear infections and bed wetting.
Before treatment starts, Healing Hands schedules a free consultation to see if chiropractic medicine is the best course for your condition. Our approach typically involves two components:
The typical sedentary lifestyle of both children and adults leads to misalignments and imbalance. A lack of exercise compounds to this. Our goal of improving each patient’s wellness addresses posture and muscle tension and takes into account the natural responsiveness of the body.
In most circles, chiropractic medicine is associated with muscle and spine adjustments. Yet, the practice has a greater, fuller goal: improving an individual’s overall quality of health and life, regardless of age.
Pain, from muscle tension, atrophy, and stiff joints, is one consequence of poor alignment and balance, and from assessing your condition with a consultation and discussing your health history and lifestyle, the best strategy for targeting and treating the pain is determined. In chiropractic medicine, this may be realigning the vertebra, specific exercises to improve flexibility, reduce tension, and increase movement, or a combination of both, instead of simply prescribing a medication.