Theory and Practice of Chiropractors
The theory and practice of Chiropractic was first brought forward by Dr. D.D. Palmer in the 1890’s and it was further developed by his son B.J.Palmer in the early years of 20th century.
There are both traditional as well as modern Chiropractors who practice their trade. Traditional chiropractors believe in subluxation and innate intelligence of the subconscious mind to promote healing of the body while modern chiropractors assimilate the theory and practice of other conventional disciplines such as massage, exercise and ice therapy.
It is interesting to note that traditional chiropractic theory is against vaccination but western medicine encourages it. On these grounds, there is a tussle between modern western medicine and traditional chiropractic. However, most chiropractors in the U.S. use modern diagnostic tools such X ray machines, UltraSonography and scans.
If you decided to visit a chiropractor in Ocala for your specific ailment then make sure to do some research..
First, you have to check out the credentials of your chiropractor choice; his level of skill and experience, and his success rate with similar patients.
Suppose, you are seeking relief from chronic lower back pain or migraine headaches then you should check for reviews of previous patients with similar complaints possibly contact them to find out how much lasting relief they have had from their treatment.
Also, check out whether the particular Chiropractor is friendly to the patients and is willingly to patiently listen to their complaints. This plays a vital role in correct diagnosis and proper treatment.
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Nowadays, in the US and Canada there are many Chiropractors available in the same city and often you will have two or more of them in the same locality.
So, it would be better for you to check out whether the Chiropractor goes beyond the basic theory and practice of Chiropractic and offers you relief from your ailment using alternative healing modalities such as massage and physical rehabilitation.
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