A chiropractor can help with more than just aches and pains

Your chiropractor is most known for treating various aches and pains in the body, but the truth is that they’re also capable of dealing with many other issues your body may be having. Here are just a few of them.

Degenerative Disc Disease
As people age, their intervertebral discs (a kind of soft layer between each vertebrae) tend to lose their strength and make it harder to move around properly. Chiropractors can help with this condition by working to smooth out the movement of the spine and reduce inflammation. Unfortunately, DDD isn’t something that can be cured, but chiropractic treatments may be able to help stop the symptoms from advancing.

High Blood Pressure

Nearly 75 million adults in America alone suffer from high blood pressure, which can lead to a wide variety of other problems with the body. By helping the body relax and work properly, a chiropractor can help reduce the symptoms of this condition and get your blood pressure back down to a more appropriate level.

Chronic Sinusitis
This is a condition where the sinus and nasal passages cannot clean and empty themselves properly… and like many of the conditions that chiropractors can treat, it’s not exactly fun for those who are suffering from it. That said, this condition is often caused by problems with the body’s nerves, and that’s one of the things that chiropractic treatments specialize in dealing with.

Other Conditions
Chiropractic treatments have demonstrated their effectiveness on many other conditions that people like you may be suffering – so even if you don’t think that your chiropractor can help with your problem, it’s worth picking up the phone and calling Bofshever Wellness Center just to be sure.

After discussing your ailments and symptoms, Dr. Bofshever tell you whether or not chiropractic treatments are likely to be effective for you – and when the alternative is continued trouble with your body, it’s always better to truly understand your treatment options. You can reach the office Monday through Friday at (954) 246-3336.