Chiropractic care is the hands-on use of manipulations and manual therapies, particularly along the spinal region but is inclusive of the whole musculoskeletal structure, in order to bring about healing and pain relief. The theory behind Chiropractic medicine is the body is at its peak performance and function when the body (especially the spine) is properly aligned.
A proper alignment allows for uninterrupted communication between the central nervous system and your brain—allowing your body to do what it naturally needs to do to promote healing and wellness all on its own.
There are many methods and manipulation styles used to help bring a patient’s body back into proper alignment, and while the terms may sound intimidating, the process is actually quite gentle. Dr. Lambert and Dr. Morris are Board Certified Chiropractic Physicians and utilize a multitude of different techniques and applications in achieving wellness for their patients.
Below is a short list of many techniques implemented in his treatment protocols.
Activator Level 1 & 2
Cox Flexion and Distraction Technique
Key Mobilization and Rehabilitation Strategies
Sports and Extremities Adjustments
Cranial Suture Manipulation
Myofascial Release Technique
Becoming misaligned can occur through everyday activities, such as repetitive motions or actions, stress, or trauma. When misaligned, the body may experience pain, discomfort, limited mobility, muscle soreness or stiffness, and restricted applications of muscle movements. For some patients, misalignments can worsen symptoms of other diseases or cause new symptoms to appear. This is why many chiropractors (including Dr. Lambert and Dr. Morris) advertise their ability to help patients with ailments other than just back pain.
Chiropractic care is more than just “alternative” treatment—it is full body wellness promotion; encouraging natural ways of healing and treatment methods that reduce the need for pharmaceuticals. Chiropractic care serves excellently as a primary form of treatment and care as well as an exemplary complement to other forms of medical treatment.