Pain is never fun. It can come on a spectrum from being a slight annoyance to completely debilitating. Wherever you are on the pain spectrum, it is time to feel better. It is always important to first see your general physician to discuss your pain. In addition, make an appointment with a chiropractor. Consistent chiropractic care is a great, natural pain management strategy that can help improve the quality of your life. At My Hope Health & Wellness, we offer chiropractic care to help manage your pain symptoms. Our goal is to make you as comfortable as possible and to hopefully reduce your day-to-day pain. Read on to learn about how going to see a chiropractor can help with pain in various areas of the body.

What is a Spinal Adjustment?

First things first: going to the chiropractor to get spinal adjustments is what helps reduce pain throughout the body. But what exactly is a spinal adjustment? A spinal adjustment is the process of a chiropractor applying controlled forces to the subluxated vertebrae of the spine. The adjustment is made with hands or sometimes a specialized mechanical tool. These adjustments are painless. The result of correcting subluxations is reduced pain, inflammation, muscle spasms, and tension. In addition, you may hear a few cracks during your adjustment, and that is totally normal! The process is quick and simple and is a natural way to relieve pain without having to take medication. After the spinal adjustment, we recommend exercises to do at home to improve the spinal correction. In addition, we discuss lifestyle and nutritional adjustments to foster an overall healthy state of the body.

Back Pain

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When people think “chiropractor,” they think “back pain.” While this is just one area of the body that benefits from chiropractic care, spinal adjustments can really help to restore the health of the spine. Did you know that over 80% of Americans will at some point in their life suffer from lower back pain? This can be caused by injury, poor posture, a car accident, or many other things. Also, sometimes backs can just hurt for apparently no reason. Fortunately, spinal adjustments are a great way to reduce pain throughout the back.

Neck Pain

Many people suffer from neck pain caused by things such as poor posture, sitting too much, and injuries. Also, the neck is an area where people easily feel pain because it contains delicate, pain-sensitive structures. Stress on the neck from various day-to-day activities can lead to neck pain over time. A spinal adjustment will help make sure the neck and spine vertebrae are in their proper position, which helps to reduce pain.


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Do you suffer from headaches or migraines? Before reaching for that bottle of Tylenol, try getting a chiropractic adjustment. A spinal manipulation and a massage might be the answer. While the research is mixed, some patients find headache relief after receiving chiropractic care. Additionally, many headaches are caused by muscle tension in the neck. Getting a spinal adjustment helps realign everything, which will reduce tension in the neck. Be sure to talk to your chiropractor about what types of headaches you are getting and if anything seems to trigger them.

Hip Pain

Hip pain can be very debilitating. In fact, it is something that can hurt with every step you take. This leads to the inability to exercise, which can cause further health issues. A chiropractor can help with hip pain. Misalignment in the spine can cause pain in the hips. At My Hope Health and Wellness, we will get your back in alignment and help you with some exercises and stretches to increase your range of motion in the hips.


Sciatica can be very painful. The pain starts in the lower back and can shoot all the way down the legs. Misalignment in the spine can put painful pressure on the sciatic nerve. Fortunately, spinal adjustments can help take this pressure away, reducing the pain. In addition, a chiropractor will teach you exercises to strengthen the muscles in your lower back to avoid weaknesses that can lead to sciatica.


Fibromyalgia is a syndrome that causes muscle and joint pain throughout the body. Unfortunately, there is no cure for fibromyalgia, but chiropractic care can help with pain management. Chiropractic adjustments can relieve joint pain and increase your range of motion in any stiff areas. According to WebMD, these adjustments can help your body work better mechanically and help nerve signals travel more easily. While fibromyalgia is a tough illness to diagnose and treat, working with a chiropractor can be an effective way to reduce pain.

Living with pain and trying to manage it on a daily basis is extremely difficult. Between running from doctor to doctor or trying to manage pain with medication, many people feel they are at their wit’s end. Fortunately, chiropractic care is a great method of pain management that helps many people reduce pain throughout their bodies. Furthermore, spinal adjustments help get vertebrae realigned, which can reduce pain, inflammation, and tension throughout the entire body.

The best part about chiropractic care is that it is a natural adjustment to your body. Also, chiropractic adjustments are not just a one-time thing. In fact, establishing a schedule with your chiropractor is critical to keeping up with your pain management. Additionally, your chiropractor will also recommend exercises to do at home to try and help build strength so that your body isn’t compensating for weaknesses. At My Hope Health & Wellness, our main goal is to get you feeling well again. Through spinal adjustments and various other services, we provide the care necessary to help patients manage their pain. For more information or to set up an appointment, contact us today.

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