If you have spinal misalignment, joint problems, or other musculoskeletal issues, structural correction can bring you lasting relief from pain and other symptoms. At Spinal Correction Centers in Dunedin, Largo, Riverview, and St. Petersburg, Florida, skilled chiropractor Stephen Steller, DC, and his team of specialists offer noninvasive structural correction to improve bone, muscle, tendon, ligament, or joint structure and function. To learn more, call the office nearest you or use the online scheduler today.
Structural correction at Spinal Correction Centers is an approach that uses a series of chiropractic adjustments to realign your spine and reduce unpleasant symptoms associated with subluxation (poor spinal alignment).
The team uses state-of-the-art equipment and procedures to align your spine and correct musculoskeletal abnormalities.
The many benefits you can expect when choosing structural correction at Spinal Correction Centers include:
Structural correction at Spinal Correction Centers is a treatment option that can help you avoid invasive surgery and addictive pain medicine.
Spinal misalignment and other causes of musculoskeletal pain can happen to anyone, but risk factors for these conditions include:
The cause of structural problems in your body isn’t always clear. See a Spinal Correction Centers provider at the first sign of severe pain or if your pain is persistent.
To determine if you have musculoskeletal abnormalities, your Spinal Correction Centers specialist reviews your medical history, symptoms, and lifestyle habits. They check your vital signs and complete a physical exam, which could include a neurological exam.
We will need X-rays so the doctor can discuss your structural problems with you. CT scan, an MRI, or another imaging procedure may be used to help with diagnosis.
During structural correction at Spinal Correction Centers, you lie down on a comfortable, padded chiropractic table. Your specialist manually adjusts your spine, muscles, joints, or other musculoskeletal tissues to achieve better alignment and reduce pain.
They may recommend functional rehabilitation exercises, RockTape, physical therapy, massage therapy, or wearing a brace.
You can use ice or heat packs to reduce inflammation, get plenty of sleep, exercise regularly, take dietary supplements, and eat nutritious foods to reduce the risk of future injuries.
You typically will need a series of structural correction treatments at Spinal Correction Centers to achieve the best results possible.
To learn more about structural correction, call the Spinal Correction Centers office nearest you or schedule an appointment online today.