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Frequently Asked Questions

How long will it take?

Dr. Kylie a chiropractor in Adelaide will endeavour to help relieve your symptoms as quickly as possible. Healing time is dependent on a variety of factors like age, smoking status, nutrition, stress, posture etc. It is also dependent on the nature of the actual injury, what tissues are involved and whether it is acute or chronic.

Do I have to keep coming back?

No!!! It’s your health and it’s up to you. You’re the boss at the end of the day. Chiropractic will change your life, if you let it.

Will it hurt?

Generally no… In fact most people get instant relief. There may be times during an adjustment when you feel or hear a popping sound from the spinal joints, which is simply caused by gas releasing from the joint as your spinal motion is being restored

Is chiropractic safe?

Absolutely see here for more information

What’s the difference between chiropractic and physiotherapy?

The major premise of chiropractic is that the body is a self-healing and self-regulating organism. A chiropractor’s job is to facilitate healing in your body. Chiropractic assumes that a healthy and properly functioning nervous system equates to improved overall health and well-being. Chiropractors address all demographics including babies, infants, athletes and the elderly.

Chiropractic focuses primarily on the spine and the function and motion of the vertebrae and pelvis. Altered function of the spine interferes with the flow of information along the nerves. This in turn reduces your body’s ability to coordinate its functions, adapt to changing requirements and heal itself. Though chiropractic is not just about the spine – it also focuses on nutrition, exercise and your health and well-being as a whole. The Nervous system is the master control system of the body. It controls everything in the body, specifically the MUSCULAR SYSTEM…..

A chiropractic adjustment improves the functional integrity of the joint and allows normal nerve function to the surrounding muscles. Reducing inflammation and the restoration of joint function should be the focus in the initial stages of healing.

Muscles support the spine, they tighten and form adhesions as a consequence of poor movement in joints. Precise and specific chiropractic adjustment will restore the function of the joint, reduce inflammation and neurologically retrain muscles, tendons and ligaments.