In short, the answer is no. However, let's delve into this question a bit more as it is a common concern among patients. When chiropractic care helps alleviate an injury, improves functionality, and reduces pain, it's natural to want to maintain that feeling of well-being. Just like eating one vegetable won't provide all the nutrients we need for life, consistency is key in maintaining proper nutrition. Similarly, gaining new strength during a month at the gym doesn't mean it lasts forever; consistent exercise is required to maintain that level.
As a chiropractor, I often find myself repeating certain advice to my patients during their treatments. But don't let their simplicity fool you; these pearls of wisdom can make a significant impact on your health and well-being.
The short answer is - I help folks with pain feel better. Plain and simple. How I do that is a longer answer, and likely what you are interested in knowing!