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People who go through addiction treatment at a professional facility often have many program options. All the treatment options won’t be required for every patient, so patients may find it easy to opt out of programs that don’t seem effective or interesting. For those reasons, some may be tempted to think of chiropractic adjustment therapy as unnecessary. Visiting a chiropractor during treatment has its benefits. A chiropractic adjustment can greatly improve your recovery experience and lead you to a sober life.
At each chiropractic adjustment therapy session, chiropractors attempt to manipulate the spine with their hands or a small object in order to correct its alignment. In order to achieve this, patients are asked to lie face down on a padded table. While being worked on, it’s normal to hear slight popping and cracking sounds.
Some chiropractors may also suggest other approaches to use in tandem with the adjustment therapy to make the therapy more effective. Some of these extra treatments include:
When done correctly, the spinal realignment can help alleviate pain and help patients feel comfortable and relaxed. Most commonly, adjustment therapy is used to help with headaches, lower back pain, and neck pain. Since these pains are common during addiction treatment, especially during the detox process, many patients can benefit from chiropractic visits.
It’s important, however, to find a licensed chiropractor. Getting help from a novice or someone who doesn’t have a license can cause you more pain and other physical damage like herniated disks, compressed nerves, or even a stroke. In order to find that licensed help during addiction treatment, you need to enter an addiction treatment center that’s fully accredited. Accredited treatment centers are far more likely to have licensed, experienced professionals on-hand who can help you.
While chiropractic adjustment therapy can help you during your addiction treatment, it certainly can’t be the only form of treatment you receive. During treatment, you need to adjust your behavior and mentality, as well as your body. The best way to do that is to combine your adjustment therapy with other effective programs such as behavioral therapy, pharmacotherapy, and other holistic treatment approaches like yoga or some kind of art therapy.
At an accredited treatment center, you’ll be able to find the right balance of treatment programs. These programs should also be adjustable to ensure that you’re getting the most out of each one, including your chiropractic adjustment therapy. If a program doesn’t work for you, transferring to another should be an option.
Regardless of where you live, you can get professional addiction treatment help at Beaches Recovery. Patients who come to us for help will be provided with a number of addiction treatment programs that are all lead by qualified professionals who want to help you. No matter what substance abuse problems they’re struggling with, our guests can find the care they need, including a chiropractor if they want one.
Don’t keep struggling with addiction on your own. Reach out for the care that you want and need. Call Beaches Recovery today at 866-605-0532 to talk with someone about your treatment options and the other ways we can help you work toward a sober life.