Chiropractic is the healthcare discipline that centers on the relationship between anatomy and physiology, with a primary focus on the movement and structure of the spine and how this affects the musculoskeletal and neurological systems.
The practice of chiropractic utilizes this natural connection between structure and function to help the body heal without the use of medication or surgical intervention.
- Diversified Technique (Manual Adjustments)
- Low-Force Manipulation (No Thrusting)
- Sacro-Occipital Technique
- Manual Disc Decompression
- Myofascial Release
- TMJ Correction
- Cranial Release/Vagus Nerve Correction
- Rotator Cuff Correction
- Tinnitus and Vertigo Relief
- Scoliosis Correction
- Network Spinal Analysis
- Nutritional Guidance
About Chiropractic Care
Written records and depictions of chiropractic care date back thousands of years. Most notably, the Greeks took a keen interest in the spine and the nervous system. Hippocrates, “The Father of Medicine,” wrote several pieces on spinal and joint care and their interconnectedness with good health. He is noted for writing, “Get knowledge of the spine, for this is the requisite for many diseases.”
Daniel David Palmer further developed chiropractic care in the late 1800s. He chose the name Chiropractic based on the Greek words cheir (meaning “hand”) and praktos (meaning “done”), or “done by hand.” Today, chiropractic doctors study extensively in spinal analysis and are the only health care professionals trained to deliver chiropractic adjustments. Chiropractic doctors make gentle adjustments to an affected joint with either their hands or using a tool such as an Activator. These chiropractic adjustments are intended to clear any joint restrictions, fibrous adhesions, inflammation, spinal nerve irritation, or bulging discs. Adjustments are quick and painless and are performed as such to help reset the nervous system, initiate healing, and ultimately, restore optimal health and function.
Wiseman Chiropractic recognizes the natural conventions of chiropractic care and the value this discipline brings to a comprehensive medical approach that treats the whole person. Individualized chiropractic care addresses the root cause of various neuromusculoskeletal conditions including headaches, neck and back pain, sciatica, rotator cuff strain/sprain, TMJ and cranial work, vertigo and tinnitus, scoliosis, personal injuries, decompression/herniated disc correction, numbness in hands and feet, among many others, and is utilized to help achieve overall physical and mental wellness. We work with a wide range of chiropractic doctors in Texas. Please inquire with us for recommendations.