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Chiropractic Neurologist



Focus on patients' spines to help rid them of pain.

What does a Chiropractic Neurologist do?

If you have a passion for chiropractic work, a desire to help people deal with pain in an effective and natural way, and a caring attitude, then a job as a Chiropractic Neurologist might be perfect for you.

The job of a Chiropractic Neurologist allows you to help patients who are suffering from pain, muscle loss, disease, and nerve damage. And you do it all with the power and skill of your hands. No invasive surgery or medications are used in your office-that’s what makes Chiropractic Neurologists’ treatment so unique.

Your patients are suffering, so you apply a variety of chiropractic techniques to bring relief from pinched nerves and other ailments of the nervous system. By combining your knowledge of chiropractic work with an understanding of the body’s nervous system, you’re able to help patients rehabilitate following a stroke, sports injuries, and even some cancers.

The process is a specialty field that combines an acute knowledge of chiropractic manipulation with an understanding of how joints, muscles, ligaments, and nerves interconnect. To get a clear and precise picture of what’s going on with the patient, you take detailed X-rays of their spine and surrounding tissue in a variety of positions. This allows you to actually see what movements cause the problems.

With this information, you massage and gently manipulate portions of the spine to relieve pressure on the nerves. Because of your gentle touch, masterful techniques, and nurturing demeanor, patients find relief without invasive surgery or mind-numbing medications.

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