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If you are consistently experiencing symptoms such as joint pain, backaches, or headaches but have not sought chiropractic care, you may be overlooking a viable and natural treatment option. Chiropractic care is a holistic and non-invasive approach that has been proven to effectively treat a wide range of conditions, and millions of individuals globally have benefited from it. To experience the transformative effects of chiropractic care, it is recommended that you book an appointment with one of Fort Worth’s top-rated chiropractors at Path to Wellness Integrated Health today! 

An All-Natural Way of Healing Your Body

Chiropractic adjustments offer an effective means of achieving natural healing without the use of medications. One of its greatest benefits is the improvement of mental clarity and organ function, reducing the likelihood of resorting to surgical intervention and promoting a healthy pregnancy. Furthermore, it is a viable option for managing the symptoms of various common afflictions. This non-invasive approach offers a safe and effective alternative to traditional medical interventions, making it a preferred choice for individuals seeking to enhance their overall well-being. Additionally, it helps to restore balance and alignment to the body, reducing pain and discomfort, and promoting optimal physical functioning.

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Our chiropractic services can help improve the following afflictions:

Back pain


Improved mental clarity

Neck pain

Arthritis and joint pain


Less pain and discomfort during pregnancy

Surgery prevention

Improved Range of Motion

Improved Posture

Despite its popularity, there are still a lot of misconceptions about the field of chiropractic care, including how the practice works and how chiropractors are trained. For example, did you know that many chiropractic programs incorporate an entire year of PhD-level advanced nutrition training?

Below you’ll learn more about the philosophy and history, as well as read evidence-based research, behind chiropractic care — shedding light on why studies have proved, objectively and subjectively, that chiropractic patients commonly experience “overall increased bodily function.”

What Are Chiropractic Adjustments?

What is the meaning of chiropractic? There are several chiropractic definitions depending on who you ask. According to the World Federation of Chiropractic, the meaning of chiropractic medicine is:

A health profession is concerned with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health. There is an emphasis on manual treatments including spinal adjustment and other joint and soft-tissue manipulation.

Here’s another chiropractic definition, this time according to the Association of Chiropractic Colleges:

Chiropractic is a healthcare discipline that emphasizes the inherent recuperative power of the body to heal itself without the use of drugs or surgery. The practice of chiropractic focuses on the relationship between structure (primarily the spine) and function (as coordinated by the nervous system) and how that relationship affects the preservation and restoration of health. In addition, doctors of chiropractic recognize the value and responsibility of working in cooperation with other healthcare practitioners when in the best interest of the patient.

Indeed, chiropractic can be a complementary medicine since most chiropractors are used to working with medical doctors to get people pain-free and prevent future injuries. 

How Chiropractic Treatments Work

Most of the benefits associated with chiropractic care are due to patients receiving specific chiropractic adjustments. Chiropractic adjustments work by helping to place your body in the proper position that then allows the body to heal itself. Safety is paramount. Indeed, as a holistic and alternative treatment approach, chiropractic adjustments can reduce the stress placed on someone’s immune system, freeing up energy to be used towards disease prevention and maintaining homeostasis. Chiropractic care aims to address the whole body, enhancing patients’ ability to think, move and perform.

Case In Point

The very first chiropractic patient in history was named William Harvey Lillard, who experienced difficulty hearing due to compression of the nerves leading to his ears. He was treated by “the founder of chiropractic care,” David. D. Palmer, who gave Lillard spinal adjustments in order to reduce destructive nerve compressions and restore his hearing. After doing extensive research about physiology, Palmer believed that Lillard’s hearing loss was due to a misalignment that blocked the spinal nerves that controlled the inner ear (an example of vertebral subluxation). Palmer went on to successfully treat other patients and eventually trained other practitioners how to do the same. The first college of chiropractic was founded in 1897 and named after Palmer, called the Palmer Chiropractic School & Cure.

Lillard is just one example of a patient who was able to overcome a serious problem in part by receiving targeted chiropractic adjustments. For someone else, it could be that sciatica (nerve pain down the back of their legs) is compromising their quality of life, or for another person, gastrointestinal discomfort. When you consider how most cells and organs in your body are controlled by nerves traveling through your spinal canal, it’s mind-blowing to consider how vast the positive outcomes of realigning these nerves can be.

Complementary treatments to chiropractic include Spinal Decompression Therapy, which involves stretching the spine by using a traction table or similar motorized device, in order to relieve back pain and/or leg pain. Deep tissue massage therapy, acupuncture, and physical therapy are considered other common complementary therapies.

Why Get Chiropractic Adjustments?

Many things can lead to vertebral subluxation. Some of the more common causes include:

  • A vertebra going out of place (“misalignment”) because of a slip or fall (i.e., “microtrauma”)
  • The entire spine misaligning due to poor posture
  • Joint swelling caused by damage done to the intervertebral joint
  • An inflammatory response caused by a poor diet, lack of pure water, or psychological stress
  • Osteoporosis or degenerative changes of the spine or intervertebral discs
  • Trigger points and tight back muscles that pull the vertebrae out of place

-Cited from Dr. Axe

Get The Best Chiropractic Care In Fort Worth

At Path to Wellness Integrated Health, we understand that everyone is unique, so we specialize in providing personalized treatment plans to meet the individual needs of each of our patients. Our team of highly skilled, experienced chiropractors is dedicated to providing the best care possible, and our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with the latest technology and techniques to ensure that you receive the highest quality of treatment. Take the first step towards a healthier life today by scheduling an appointment with one of the best chiropractors in Fort Worth at Path to Wellness Integrated Health.

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