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What is Local Chiropractor

If you’re obese or overweight, you may benefit from working with a local chiropractor. An adult is considered obese if they have a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or more. Obesity can lead to many health conditions, including type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, sleep apnea and depression. A local chiropractor is a medical provider who treats conditions of the nervous system and musculoskeletal system. Some health conditions a local chiropractor may treat include rheumatoid arthritis, sports injuries, fibromyalgia, gout, and osteoporosis.

  A local chiropractor can use a variety of techniques to treat patients, including prescribing at-home exercise (from Pilates to leg lunges); manual manipulation; spinal adjustment; hot and cold therapies; nutritional counseling and musculoskeletal ultrasound. Working with a local chiropractor can help you improve mobility, flexibility, balance, strength and posture. If you’re managing a chronic health condition such as diabetes, arthritis or irritable bowel syndrome (IBD), working with a local chiropractor can also be beneficial. Your local chiropractor can also work with your health care team (from your local urologist to your endocrinologist).

Types of Chiropractor for the Hip

hip-exercise• Initially, a gait evaluation to assess how you are walking
• Range of motion and strengthening exercises  
• Manual therapy (hands-on manipulation)
• Ultrasound: This deep heating treatment is administered by your physical therapist using a wand that’s connected to an ultrasound machine pressed against your skin.
• Dry needling and/or acupuncture: Some patients find relief from a practitioner inserting short, thin needles into pressure points.
• TENS (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation): Your chiropractor may use this technique to decrease pain around injury.
• Taping: Your chiropractor may tape the injured site to provide support and stability while you heal.
• Heat therapy: The physiotherapist may incorporate heat into your treatment to reduce pain, increase circulation and relax the muscles.
• Massage and other soft tissue techniques

Dr. Jamie Daniel

Dr. Jamie Daniel

DC
Chiropractor
Danville, VA
Dr. Linda Randazzo

Dr. Linda Randazzo

Chiropractor
New York, NY
Arkady Lipnitsky

Arkady Lipnitsky

DC, DACRB,CICE
Chiropractor
New York, NY
Dr. Samantha Sims

Dr. Samantha Sims

Chiropractor
Crystal Beach, ON
Dr. Darryl Garner

Dr. Darryl Garner

Chiropractor
Fort Erie, ON
Dr. Richelle-Faith Martins

Dr. Richelle-Faith Martins

Chiropractor
Fort Erie, ON
Dr. Say Khounborind

Dr. Say Khounborind

Chiropractor
Fort Erie, ON
Dr. Vanessa Ashworth

Dr. Vanessa Ashworth

Chiropractor
Port Colborne, ON
Dr. Joel M. Moroz

Dr. Joel M. Moroz

Chiropractor
Port colborne, ON
Dr. David Salanki

Dr. David Salanki

Chiropractor
Port Colborne, ON
Dr. Richard D. Houghton

Dr. Richard D. Houghton

Chiropractor
Welland, ON
Dr. Brett Everett Elmers

Dr. Brett Everett Elmers

Chiropractor
Welland, ON
Dr. Cynthia Markovich

Dr. Cynthia Markovich

Chiropractor
Welland, ON
Dr. Joseph Simunic

Dr. Joseph Simunic

Chiropractor
Welland, ON
Dr. John Strebul

Dr. John Strebul

Chiropractor
Welland, ON
Dr. Craig Zavitz

Dr. Craig Zavitz

Chiropractor
Welland, ON
Dr. Chad Minor

Dr. Chad Minor

Chiropractor
Welland, ON
Dr. Richard Taylor

Dr. Richard Taylor

Chiropractor
Fonthill, ON
Dr. Kevin Hotham

Dr. Kevin Hotham

Chiropractor
Fonthill, ON
Dr. Jennifer A. Mous

Dr. Jennifer A. Mous

Chiropractor
Fonthill, ON
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