“While other professions are concerned with changing the environment to suit the weakened body, chiropractic is concerned with strengthening the body to suit the environment. “
Dr. B.J. Palmer, Developer of Chiropractic
Chiropractic is a gentle, hands on system of medicine that works to improve the function of your nervous system by means of restoring proper balance and alignment of the bones, joints, and muscles. By improving alignment, Chiropractic can allow our nerves and organs to operate more smoothly, and this will allow for our body’s innate healing capacity to bring us into wellness in a holistic, drug free, sustainable way.
Our three-phase treatment philosophy for managing long-term wellness: Pain relief, Correction, Maintenance.
Phase One: Relief
This is the first stage of care, where we will focus on relieving any acute pain that you might be experiencing. During this phase it is common to come for visits 2-3 times per week until the pain is resolved, for approximately 4 weeks. It is important to address these urgent symptoms before any medium or long term improvements can be made.
Phase Two: Correction
After the acute pain has been addressed, our Chiropractors will guide you into the next phase of wellness: correction. Although your pain is gone, we want to address the root cause of that pain, which can be from poor posture, joints misalignments, tight muscles, or a combination. This might be accomplished by once a week appointments during a few months duration.
Phase Three: Maintenance
After our Chiropractors have guided you into better balance through the first two phases of treatment, it is important to get “maintenance” checkups to ensure that improper habits have not accumulated over time. Visiting our chiropractors once a month and checking your posture and alignment is a great way to stay pain free, flexible, energetic and youthful!
Create Wellness Center is one of the first US Chiropractic clinics in Seoul Korea, started by Dr. Phillip Yoo as “Chiropilates” in 1999 and rebranded as Create Wellness Center in the early 2000’s.
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