Frequently Asked Questions

How does chiropractic care work?

Chiropractic helps to remove postural imbalances and structural misalignments that can accumulate in our bodies over time. Our spines change and develop problems just like our teeth, eyes and heart. Left unchecked, these changes may lead to pain, stiffness or other more serious problems.

 

The nervous system is a key part of your body. It is the communication system between your brain and all of your body's muscles, organs and tissues. For your body to remain healthy, your nervous system must function well. For your nervous system to function well, it must be free of interference. The spine is the most common site of nervous interference because nerves travel from the spinal cord through openings on either side of the spine to get to all of your cells and organs.

 

Each of us is born with the ability to heal and recover from illness. Our bruises heal, cuts mend and common colds are overcome. Your nervous system regulates this inborn healing ability.

 

Think of your brain as a central command post sending and receiving information through telephone wires (your nerves), which branch out to connect all areas of a city (your body). A short circuit in a wire cuts off communication just like misalignments in your spine can put pressure on the nerves. This pressure interferes with your nervous system, affects your ability to self-heal and may prolong injury or illness.

 

The customized care you receive from your chiropractor can help to improve your posture, muscle balance and mobility. It can also restore the integrity of your nervous system and get rid of pain quickly, so you can get back to feeling good today!

Is Chiropractic Effective?

 

Yes. Chiropractic care is safe and effective. Scientific evidence proving that chiropractic care works is overwhelming. Over the past 20 years, many controlled and independent research studies have shown again and again that chiropractic care is safe and effective for treating low back pain, neck pain, headaches and other conditions relating to the spine. Based on these scientific studies, the consensus is that chiropractic care is the treatment of choice for most spinal problems. The extent to which a person can benefit from care varies depending on their problem and how long it has existed.

 
Do many people see chiropractors?
 

The non-surgical, drug-free healing nature of chiropractic provides benefit to the health of millions of other people worldwide each year. Most chiropractic patients experience real relief and improved general well being, and continue to make regular visits a part of their healthy lifestyle choice.

 
What is a chiropractic adjustment? Is it safe?

An adjustment is the main method of treatment used by your chiropractor. It is a specialized, controlled and safe pressure applied to your spine to restore the proper motion and position of your vertebrae. It is a precise procedure that your highly skilled chiropractor has learned and perfected over years of training at a Chiropractic College and in clinical practice.

Every health procedure, from taking aspirin to giving blood, involves a level of risk. Chiropractic adjustments are among the safest of all health care interventions because they are non-surgical, drug-free and present an extremely low risk. And they work!

About Us

Expert Chiropractic Sports Medicine Care serving the Tigard, Portland, Lake Oswego, Beaverton, Tualatin, West Linn, and Wilsonville communities. Healthcare services include Acupuncture, Massage, Sports Massage, Sports Medicine, Event Medicine, Rehab, Sports Performance, and Sports Injury Care. 

 

 

Clinic Hours

Monday         9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Tuesday         7:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Wednesday   9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Thursday       12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Friday             7:00 AM - 1:00 PM  

Saturday        Closed

Sunday           Closed  

Contact

Acceleration Sports Medicine

15495 SW Sequoia Pkwy Ste#150

Tigard, Oregon, 97224

Phone: 503.567.3456

Fax: 503.726.1152

Email: info@asportsmed.com

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