A chiropractic adjustment is a procedure in which a trained chiropractor uses their hands to apply a controlled and sudden force to specific joints in the body. Beyond using their hands, chiropractors may also use additional tools to enhance their treatment, if necessary.
Chiropractic adjustments are usually not painful, and often provide much relief to people! That being said, this may also depend on a patient’s condition and presentation. Regardless, chiropractors are trained to provide their patients maximum comfort during their care, so they will always be sure to use techniques that are best suited for each patient’s comfort.
Chiropractic is well-recognised as a safe, non-invasive therapy. It is also a primary health care, which means that chiropractors are the one of the first contact points between the general public and the wider health system. In cases that cannot be helped by chiropractic care, chiropractors are trained to recognise that and refer patients to the right places when necessary.
Whilst chiropractic is commonly known for solving neck and back pain, chiropractors also look after patients who present with other neuro-musculoskeletal injuries, such as headaches, joint sprains, and knee osteoarthritis, among many others. Check out a fuller list of conditions we treat here. Sometimes, people do not come in with any complaints of pain but to seek chiropractic care for maintenance and wellness purposes.
No there isn’t! Chiropractic care can be provided for young children and older individuals alike. Chiropractors are trained to adapt their treatment methods in ways that suit their patients.
Yes! Most pregnant women have aches and pains that can be eased with chiropractic care. We will recommend appropriate treatment methods for our pregnant patients and allow them the space to decide on what they are comfortable with.
Not necessarily. If you already have pre-existing x-rays/imaging, it may be helpful to bring them in during your sessions. If your chiropractor believes it necessary to refer you out for further imaging, they will do so!
First visits typically consist of (1) an initial consultation and (2) treatment, if time permits. Consultations usually take between 30-45 minutes, in which your chiropractor will ask pertinent information about your case history, carry out a thorough physical examination, and spend time explaining your diagnosis to you. If you require further imaging before proceeding, you will be referred out.
If you are comfortable with what has been communicated to you and would like to get treated, your chiropractor will then carry out treatment that is suited to your condition. Sometimes, your chiropractor will recommend a combination of several methods of treatment to get the best recovery for you.
We provide Chiropractic Adjustments, Traction, Decompression & Mobilisation (TDM) Therapy, Therapeutic Ultrasound, and Rehabilitation. To read more about the treatment we provide, click here.
This depends on many factors. Beyond considering your condition, other factors such as your age, the severity and duration of your condition, and your past health history all play a role in your recovery rate. Everyone’s body is different; hence we tailor our treatment plans and prognosis according to our findings on the initial consultation.
Your chiropractor will recommend and discuss a suitable treatment plan for you. We provide care plans for patients who may require more treatment sessions to allow them to save a little more per session. First visits that consist of an initial consultation and treatment typically start from RM180, and may be more depending on the type of treatment carried out.
When a joint is adjusted, gas bubbles in that joint are typically released due to the change in pressure within. This causes the “popping”/”cracking” sounds that are commonly associated with chiropractic adjustments.
Chiropractic is a healthcare profession that focuses on the relationship between our musculoskeletal system (primarily the spine) and our nervous system.
Physiotherapy focuses on working with muscles and joints to help restore mobility, function, and injury recovery.
Although similar, both professions are not the same in their origins and treatment approach. However, both work to help individuals achieve optimal well-being. Sometimes, Chiropractic and Physiotherapy can provide better recovery results when working hand-in-hand.
Both professions have different origins, clinical training, diagnostic methods, and philosophy.
Chiropractic treatment aims to clear dysfunctions in the spinal joints in order to restore balance in the body. Chiropractic is also well-regulated across different regions in the world, each with their own regulatory body. In Malaysia, certified chiropractors are registered with the Association of Chiropractic Malaysia (ACM) which can be found at https://chiroacm.org/.
This depends on many factors such as the patient’s age, the type of scoliosis, and the goal of treatment.
In adolescents, chiropractors can help reduce the progression of the curve with the right treatment. In certain cases, there may be a reduction in the scoliotic curve. In adults, chiropractors typically aim for symptom management and a return to activities of daily living. Overall, it is difficult to answer whether Chiropractic care can straighten scoliosis without a proper consultation and examination first.
Yes, you can. However, your chiropractic session would likely require you to lie face down at certain points. This may feel slightly uncomfortable if you have eaten a very full meal right before.
Yes, you may! Unless you personally feel uncomfortable with getting adjusted on your period, chiropractic adjustments can even sometimes help reduce some of the lower back aches and cramps that people experience during their period.
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