Structural Chiropractic vs. Traditional Chiropractic
Traditional Chiropractic (symptom relief)
Traditional chiropractors have three main goals listed above
And that is how most chiropractors treat their patients. We believe most traditional chiropractors are dedicated to quality outcomes and are most are good at what they do. The traditional approach, however, falls under the category of symptom relief.
Structural Chiropractic is different in that the objective is to correct a primary problem in the spinal structure of the body – the Structural Shift.
A building needs a strong, secure Foundation. Without it, the building will have significant problems. And, these problems will get worse over time. Your body needs a strong foundation, too. Without it, you will have problems or more commonly called ‘symptoms‘.
Symptoms, we feel are more accurately described as ‘Secondary Conditions’ because they are caused by something else.
If your body has significant structural problems, a focused, structural approach is required. There are specialists who do constructural work on building foundations. There are also chiropractors who do structural work on your foundation.
Structural problems require structural solutions.
Rather than constantly patching and repairing the damage, at Foundation Chiropractic, we’ve chosen to fix the underlying cause of your problems and help your spine reach Normal Structure.
Of course, our services aren’t for everyone. Be honest with yourself: if your goals don’t include addressing the root cause, we can recommend other professionals who will help your pain. Structural correction requires time and effort. We don’t provide a quick fix answer to a longstanding problem. That would be dishonest.
If you are tired of constantly patching the problem, then our office may be the right place for you. If you’re looking for a long term solution that you can both feel and see for yourself, then our office may be the right place for you.
Good news is, once the foundation has been fixed, we’ll teach you how to keep it that way.