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Relief care is just that—the goal of this care is to reduce your symptoms and get you back to feeling better. A person is bailed out of pain for a time, and may need to return to reduce symptoms when necessary in the future. In some cases, depending on lifestyle, posture, stresses, chronicity, and the structure of your spine, there may be significant and longer-term health benefits to incorporating Corrective Care into your treatment as well.
It is important to note that while most people are under the assumption that if they don't feel any pain, there is nothing wrong with them—this is frequently untrue. Pain is a very poor indicator of health and frequently only appears after a disease or other condition has become advanced. For example, consider a cavity in your tooth. Does it hurt when it first develops, or only after it has become serious? How about heart disease?
With many spinal issues—particularly those that start “out of nowhere” without an obvious cause, the problem has been there for a long time building up before being pushed over the edge. When you begin chiropractic care it is likely the first thing to go away will be pain, but some of the underlying problem may still need to be addressed.
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