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We Got Your Back – Houston Chiropractic Rehabilitation!
Thank you for visiting We Got Your Back – Houston Chiropractic Rehabilitation. We are a dedicated group of holistic healthcare professionals who are passionate about “whole-person” health and wellness. In addition to being committed supporting the physical well-being of each patient who walks through our doors, our chiropractors are also highly knowledgeable and skilled experts in their field. At We’ve Got Your Back, we’ve all seen firsthand the notable difference that chiropractic care can make in maintaining optimal physical fitness, strength and flexibility. We believe that good health starts with good education and we consider it a privilege to be able to share what we know about proper body mechanics with the communities in which we live and work.
The Importance of Back Care
As the largest and most relied upon bone structure in the body, the back is subject to quite a bit of stress on a daily basis. Strengthening the back muscles and aligning the related joints is the core purpose of chiropractic treatments. The spine essentially holds the body up and when it is out of whack, problems and pain can radiate out to various areas of the body, affecting body functions, range of motion and physical strength. Left untreated, back, spine and joint problems may spin out of control and lead to much larger issues such as chronic pain, damage to muscle tissue, bone deterioration or disability.
Services and Conditions Treated
As chiropractors, we concern ourselves primarily with body alignment and musculoskeletal structure. We ensure that all your joints and vertebral connections are functioning as they should and that any misalignments are corrected to allow for unrestricted movement and muscle flexibility. Many people understandably associate chiropractic care solely with back adjustments but chiropractic treatments can help tremendously with relieving the pain and discomfort associated with a host of other ailments besides back problems. Conditions which can be helped with ongoing chiropractic treatments include migraines, insomnia, sciatica, fibromyalgia, depression, carpal tunnel syndrome and TMJ.
One of the greatest aspects of chiropractic care is it’s focus on customized pain relief solutions instead of cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all pain management through painkillers which only temporarily mask the pain. We begin by not just looking at the presenting symptoms, but by taking a thorough medical history that takes various physical, mental, emotional and lifestyle factors into consideration. We look for underlying causes of the problem because understanding the root of the issue will help us to offer healing as well as to devise preventative measures for ongoing wellness and safety. We do understand that there are times when traditional medicinal intervention may be necessary and, in those cases, we have a wonderful network of physicians and therapists that we partner with in order to most successfully meet your specific needs. Whenever possible however, we rely on an all-natural, drug free and non-invasive approach to healing and good health.
We are Always Accepting New Patients, Contact Our Chiropractors in Houston Today!
Our goal is to share the benefits of chiropractic care and holistic, intuitive healing with as many patients as possible. The “New Patient” section of our website contains healthy living tips and frequently asked questions about how the chiropractic process works. We welcome you to explore the site and to give us a call to learn more about how chiropractic care can help you to maintain a healthy, naturally-focused lifestyle and approach to pain management. Contact us today for more information and to schedule an appointment at 281-251-3531.
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