Chiropractic, an ancient Greek word, means manual practice. Chiropractic is a healthcare profession that deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders and the effects of these diseases on overall health. The first chiropractic treatment applied by Doctor Daniel David Palmer in 1895 and was widely respected for its high effectiveness. Over the years, chiropractic has modernized and developed a variety of practices to meet the needs of the patient. As a drug-free and non-surgical method, chiropractic offers a holistic approach to patient recovery.
Chiropractic focuses on the body’s ability to heal on its own. It aims to correct the non-structural arrangement disorders of the spine, which provides communication between the brain and the body, through special techniques applied by hand. Chiropractors use the most up-to-date scientific evidence and clinical expertise available to diagnose issues that affect the mobility of the spine.