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White Center Spinal Alignment

The spine is made of small bones known as vertebrae, stacked to form the spinal column. These bones are separated by soft, gel-like discs that keep them from rubbing against each other. The spine has a natural position it must maintain to provide maximum support and stability to the upper body. A well-aligned spine enables a full range of motion and mobility. Conversely, when a bone in the spinal column moves out of position, it affects your overall health, causes pain, and impairs your range of motion.

At Roxbury Spine & Wellness Clinic, we offer top-of-the-line non-surgical spinal realignment to solve various issues caused by a misaligned spine. Our certified chiropractor provides the finest White Center spinal alignment services.

What Happens During a Spinal Alignment?

Most people shy away from spinal alignment due to misinformation about the procedure. If you’re experiencing spine, joint, or muscle problems, it’s important to understand what spinal alignment entails to be able to decide whether to go ahead with it.

During spinal alignment, you’ll lay down on a special chiropractic table. Next, your chiropractor will use their hands to adjust spinal joints and tissues to their natural position. Then, they'll apply controlled and sudden force to the affected joint to guide it back to the right place. Other than their hands, your doctor may use a hand-held device known as an Activator adjusting instrument. The Activator delivers a low force to the target joints.

Through spinal alignment, your doctor can address the following issues:

  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Headaches
  • Inflammation
  • Reduced mobility
  • Muscle stiffness

Signs you should see a chiropractor for spinal misalignment include:

  • Lower back pain
  • Chronic headaches
  • Hip pain
  • Knee pain
  • Excessive fatigue
  • Numbness in the feet and hands
  • Neck pain

How Safe Is Spinal Alignment, and Is It Painful?

Spinal alignment is a safe and effective procedure when used in appropriate situations and offered by a qualified and experienced practitioner. There’s a risk of developing serious complications such as a herniated disc, but this is quite rare.

Spinal manipulation isn’t recommended for individuals with severe osteoporosis, arthritis, and slipped discs. In your evaluation before spinal adjustment, your chiropractor will perform an extensive assessment of your health history and condition to see whether the procedure is for you.

During spinal alignment, you’ll feel little to no pain. However, some people experience minor aches, pain, or soreness in the affected area afterward. As spinal alignment is being done, you'll hear cracking or popping sounds but without any pain. The sound comes from gases being released from the spinal joints as they’re restored to their correct position.

How long your spinal alignment in White Center takes will depend on your condition. But individual sessions are usually short and typically last less than 30 minutes.

Expert Spinal Care for You

If you have spinal misalignment symptoms, we urge you to seek treatment as soon as possible to prevent developing severe spinal problems. When it comes to White Center spinal alignment, we provide unsurpassed services to improve your body’s physical function and spine’s range of motion. Contact Roxbury Spine & Wellness Clinic for the best Seattle chiropractic care: New patient special offer: https://roxburyspineandwellnessclinic.com/new-patient-special-offer/ Phone: 206-937-2000.

Roxbury Spine and Wellness Clinic: Lawrence Clayman, DC
(206) 937-2000
White Center Spinal Alignment
2656 SW Roxbury St
Seattle WA 98126

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