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If you haven't undergone chiropractic treatment yourself, then doubtless you have friends or family that have. Despite how common the practice is, to those who haven't experienced it it still remains something of a mystery. Thus, here we set out to address the question: what is chiropractic? and discuss why chiropractic care might be right for you.

What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is a healthcare practice that focuses on the importance of the spine and the central nervous system in maintaining your health. The spine is crucial not only to your posture but also to the proper functioning of your nervous system, as all nerves travel to the spine before heading upwards to your brain. Thus, it isn't surprising that if there is some misalignment in your spine, it can negatively affect your health in a variety of ways.

Chiropractors appreciate the relationship between spinal health and overall health. Thus, they try to identify negative influences on health that might occur from vertebrae misalignment and the affect this can have on the communication your brain has with your cells, tissues, and organs. After identifying these issues, a chiropractor may make slight adjustments to your spine. By doing so, pressure that misaligned vertebrae are placing on your nerves can be reduced.

The interventions made by a chiropractor are minimal, however. One of the main tenets of chiropractic is respect for the human body's ability to physically heal itself. Thus, after placing your nerves in a position where they are no longer being affected by vertebrae, a chiropractor will allow your body time to recover on its own. This reduction in the number of medical interventions needed to treat an illness is thought to minimize side effects and unintended harm that can occur with repeated treatments, surgeries, etc. done by traditional medical doctors.

We have only touched the surface here in answering the question "What is Chiropractic?" this should provide a little background on what chiropractic is and we would encourage you to read our, Conditions Helped and Chiropractic Research to gain more insight.

Chiropractic is the philosophy, art, and science of things natural. A system of adjusting the segments of the spinal column, by hand only, for the correction of the cause of dis-ease.

Dr. Daniel David Palmer
Discoverer of Chiropractic

Why Chiropractic?

At this point you may be wondering why chiropractic care may be right for you. Chiropractic care is right for anyone seeking a doctor who works with your bodies inborn (innate) healing capacity. If you are looking for a physician that respects your bodies ability to heal itself and looks to help your body function properly rather that simply treating your current illness or ailment, then chiropractic is right for you. Additionally, if you want treatment that doesn't rely on drugs or surgery, then chiropractic is right for you.

Your next step is to find a chiropractor. Fortunately, you're in the right place. MyChiroSpace.com provides a local directory that can help you locate a chiropractor in your area. As is the case with choosing any medical professional, you'll want to choose a chiropractor whom you feel comfortable with. Your chiropractor should encourage questions, both about the practice of chiropractic, and how it might be beneficial in treating your particular condition.

On our site you will be able to answer many of these questions before meeting with your chiropractor. Search for conditions to find out how chiropractic may help your specific illness and utilize our Chiropractic Definitions to find additional information on health conditions and chiropractic.