An adult human spine typically consists of 26 moveable segments: seven cervical vertebras, twelve thoracic vertebras, five lumbar vertebras, one sacrum, and one coccyx (tailbone). Intervertebral d ...View Article
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Our mission at Loebig Chiropractic and Rehab is to provide the very best chiropractic care possible. You have been given a recommended treatment schedule in order for you to receive the maximum benefit of care to get on a healthier path. We promise to do everything possible to help you regain and maintain your health. Your cooperation in keeping any scheduled appointments will be sincerely appreciated.
One of the most important factors in recovering and maintaining your health through chiropractic care is the regularity of your adjustments. Involved muscles, ligaments, tendons and cartilage must be strengthened and realigned to hold the vertebrae in position; therefore staying on schedule with your treatment plan is of utmost importance.
All people recover from injuries or chronic conditions differently. Symptoms may diminish, become intermittent or change in pattern, type or character. It is common to experience pain and other uncomfortable sensations during recovery. Since chiropractic care uses non-drug and non-surgical approaches, less effort is made to mask symptoms and more attention is placed on understanding symptoms and their relationship to your condition.
It is also normal to become impatient with recovery because of the common desire to have the condition go away faster than your body is able to heal. A substantial part of this feeling comes from the general acceptance of taking medications to mask symptoms and therefore, a belief that when the pain is gone, so is the problem.
It is possible to delay recovery or aggravate your condition through daily habits or activities. Poor standing, sitting or sleeping habits, repetitious movements, or stress may interfere with your recovery. Your doctor can help you discover these problems only if he/she knows your concerns. Careful attention to your symptoms and open communication with this office will help assure the best recovery.
It is important to ask any questions you may have so the doctor can accurately determine if what you are experiencing indicates expected symptomatic changes during recovery, a need for a change in treatment procedures, or a need for re-evaluation, second opinion, or referral.
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"Observational study found that low back pain patients receiving chiropractic care, which typically includes spinal manipulation, are more satisfied than those receiving medical care."
-New England Journal of Medicine
Dr. Glenn Loebig
Great Falls Chiropractor | Loebig Chiropractic and Rehab | 703-757-5817
754 Walker Road
Great Falls, VA 22066