Chiropractor Rogers AR
Welcome to Northwest Chiropractic & Rehab located in Rogers. Chiropractic is one of the most amazing healthcare professions, but very few people understand what it's all about. This article is here to help you gain a basic understanding of how our Rogers chiropractors can help you and your family.
Welcome to Northwest Chiropractic & Rehab
Thank you for taking an interest in us to maximize your health. Our spinal rehabilitation program is unique and designed to meet the needs of each specific case.
Northwest Chiropractic and Rehab lives to serve patients of all types of symptoms and conditions, including back pain, neck pain, whiplash, headaches and more. Our clinic is equipped with the State-of-the Art equipment for Spinal Correction and Soft Tissue Rehabilitation.
One of Dr. Nate's areas of focus is SCOLIOSIS treatment. This condition can result in headaches, shortness of breath, back pain, digestive problems, menstrual-cycle disturbances, postural distortions, chronic fatigue and reduced life expectancy. Our alternative to traditional treatment offers a non-invasive, no-brace, no-surgery method for scoliosis stabilization and correction.
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2:00pm - 6:00pm
|Tuesday||8:00am - 12:00pm|
2:00pm - 6:00pm
|Wednesday||8:00am - 12:00pm|
2:00pm - 6:00pm
|Thursday||8:00am - 12:00pm|
2:00pm - 6:00pm
|Friday||8:00am - 12:00pm|
Chiropractic care is the practice of using spinal alignment to alleviate a wide variety of physical ailments, including muscle strain, neck pain, chronic back pain, and more. This is accomplished by adjusting the position of the spinal column to its proper shape, providing a non-invasive solution for pain relief.
How Can Chiropractic Care Help You?
Many people dismiss chiropractic as being something only for back pain, but chiropractic treatment can be used to treat a wide variety of physical issues, such as migraines and headaches, chronic pain, carpal tunnel, pain due to injury or muscle strain, and much more.
The History of Chiropractic Care
The word “Chiropractic” is derived from the Greek words “cheir” (hand) and “praktos” (done) combined to mean “done by hand.” It was chosen by the developer of chiropractic care, Daniel David Palmer. In 1895, D.D. Palmer performed a chiropractic adjustment on a partially deaf janitor, Harvey Lillard, who later reported that his hearing had improved due to the change.
D.D. Palmer opened the first chiropractic school two years later, and in the century since, chiropractic professionals have used spinal adjustments to help people prevent and cope with back pain, carpal tunnel, muscle strain, headaches and migraines, and a variety of other physical ailments. Millions of people benefit from the work of Dr. Palmer today.
What Kind of Training Does a Chiropractor Have?
Chiropractic doctors go through a minimum of four years of schooling at a chiropractic college, generally preceded by an undergraduate degree in the basic sciences or several years of experience in a prior relevant health care field.
Students of chiropractic care must spend a minimum of at least 4,200 hours with their teacher, and a minimum of 1,000 hours of fully supervised clinical training with an instructor as they learn the appropriate diagnosis and treatment techniques to help heal your body and restore it to its natural, fully functioning state.
At Northwest Chiropractic & Rehab our chiropractic team is ready to meet with you to discuss your needs. We will help to design a program that is right for you. We look forward to meeting you.
The human spine is a structural unit, meaning the structure of one area of the spine can affect areas of another area. There are four primary curves of the spine in the lateral (side) view of the spine. These curves give the spine strength, stability, and flexibility. Any loss of integrity of these curves can affect the function of the nervous system as this is the basis of evolution of the vertebral subluxation (misalignment of one vertebrae on another). These misalignments can put further stress on several aspects of the spine such as the facets as well as the soft tissue structures such as the muscles, ligaments and discs that support the spine and its normal function.
Corrective care provides appropriate maintenance to the proper structure necessary for the body to operate with optimal function. Your posture is the window to your spine. Unlevel or unbalanced posture represents areas of your spine that are weakened, under stress or Injured. Your posture effects every physiological function of your body is effected by your posture. Corrective care is posture care. How does your posture reflect the health of your spine?