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Dr Paul Whitcomb Shares the Top Benefits of Seeing a Chiropractor

Dr Paul Whitcomb is a professional Chiropractor. Dr Whitcomb did his pre Chiropractic at Fullerton College and California Missionary Baptist Seminary. He is also a Diplomat of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.

If you’re feeling any sort of pain in your back, shoulders, neck, or arms, you may want to see a chiropractor. Chiropractors do not perform surgery and they do not practice medicine. Instead, they use their hands to manipulate the spine and joints to increase mobility and reduce pain. In addition to relieving muscle pain, chiropractic treatments can benefit people suffering from conditions such as fibromyalgia and migraine headaches by reducing stress on the nervous system and reducing inflammation in the body.

Dr Paul Whitcomb sees patients in California, United States, and believes that chiropractic care can help most people enjoy pain-free lives. For those who suffer from chronic or acute pain, seeing a chiropractor can help you live your life the way you want to live it, without sacrificing your quality of life.

The benefits are numerous and might just surprise you! Here are just some of the top benefits of seeing a chiropractor by Dr Paul Whitcomb-

Overcome Back Pain

Back pain is one of America’s most common health problems and can have major effects on our ability to perform daily activities. Fortunately, there are many different treatments available for back pain, including chiropractic care. From pain relief to spinal realignment, chiropractic care has been shown effective in addressing some of today’s most common back issues.

A new study in Canada found that after receiving chiropractic treatment for six weeks, patients with chronic low-back pain had significantly reduced their reliance on over-the-counter medications like ibuprofen and acetaminophen (Tylenol). This is great news for people who suffer from back pain as it suggests that natural therapies like chiropractic may be more effective than drugs at reducing the long-term use of medications.

Restore Alignment

Alignment refers to how our bones are lined up in relation to each other. Misalignments often develop due to trauma or poor posture, but they can also be inherited. When our bones are misaligned, it puts pressure on surrounding tissues and muscles which can cause pain and tension in your body. A doctor of chiropractic like Paul Whitcomb DC specializes in restoring proper alignment by using manual manipulation techniques to address these conditions and improve your health overall.

First and foremost, seeing a chiropractor helps us restore alignment. An adjustment will allow our joints to function as they should with their full range of motion.


Reduce Inflammation

Reducing inflammation is a big part of healing your body. Inflammation is usually caused by injuries and can be related to things like bad posture, injuries, poor sleeping habits, and more. Inflammation can also be genetic, so it’s important to understand what you can do to reduce symptoms and live with less pain. To start reducing inflammation from any cause, you need to first get adjusted regularly. The spinal adjustments that chiropractors perform help relieve tension in your muscles and joints. This reduces muscle spasms which decreases pressure on nearby nerves. When pressure on those nerves decreases, blood flow increases which help deliver nutrients to surrounding tissues. This helps accelerate tissue repair and allows injured areas to heal faster than they would have otherwise.

Restore Mobility

One of chiropractic’s top benefits is its ability to help restore mobility by reducing pain and inflammation in your body. If you’re suffering from back pain, neck pain, headaches or migraines, or any other issue causing you discomfort and limited mobility, it’s time to see your chiropractor. Studies show that regular visits can reduce pain levels by 50%, which not only makes life easier but has a huge impact on your overall well-being. As we age, our bones become less flexible and are more prone to breaking. By maintaining healthy spinal curvature throughout our lives, we ensure that we don’t break down faster than we should and chiropractic care helps us do just that.

Avoid Surgery

Many patients are surprised to learn that surgery is not always their best option for care. While there’s no substitute for seeing your doctor, it’s important to know that many backs, neck, and other joint pain conditions can be treated successfully with chiropractic adjustments even conditions that may require surgery as a last resort.

Gain Better Muscle Function

Despite all their advances, medications often can’t get to where they need to go. Muscle spasms and tightness particularly in back and neck muscles interfere with everyday movements, causing discomfort. When you have problems with muscle function, seeing a chiropractor can help realign your spine and increase your range of motion. It’s an effective way to gain better muscle function that will leave you feeling healthier.

If these issues don’t start to subside after treatment from a chiropractor, it could be time for more advanced therapies like myofascial release therapy or joint manipulation therapy. Both involve intense deep tissue massages that target knotted muscle fibers so if you suffer from acute muscle pain or soreness, talk to your doctor about which would be best for your needs.

Improve Sleep Quality

The spine is made up of bones called vertebrae that have discs between them to keep everything aligned. Many things can throw off your alignment, which can wreak havoc on your sleep: bad posture, excessive exercise, sitting for extended periods, or even stress. A chiropractor can help realign your vertebrae so you get a better night’s sleep and wake up feeling refreshed. This is just one of many ways a chiropractor can improve your quality of life!

Achieve Balanced Stress Levels

When stress levels remain high, they prevent your body from functioning properly. When your body doesn’t function properly, it can affect everything from your mood to your energy levels to how well you sleep. Plus, high-stress levels are linked to more serious health issues like heart disease and diabetes. So if you want to live healthy, achieve balanced stress levels by seeing a chiropractor for regular adjustments.

The American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine notes that up to 80 percent of doctor visits are due to work-related stress, which accounts for billions in lost productivity each year.

Reduce Neck Pain

Dr Paul Whitcomb is capable to help his patients reduce neck pain and headaches by correcting spinal misalignments, or subluxations, which are often caused by trauma or repetitive motions. Some symptoms that may be reduced after an adjustment include: stiffness in your neck or back; difficulty sleeping; pinched nerves; muscle weakness or numbness in your arms, legs, or hands; tingling sensations in your hands and feet. Paul Whitcomb DC will use his knowledge of musculoskeletal anatomy to help relieve these painful conditions. 

His treatment methods can be adjusted for each patient’s specific needs, allowing him to effectively treat many conditions such as TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorder), frozen shoulder syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other nerve-related problems. He also offers various wellness care options for those who don’t have any particular ailments but simply want relief from tension or pain throughout their body.

Safely Exercise While Injured


If you have an injury, but still want to keep your body in shape, try seeing a chiropractor. They can provide gentle adjustments that improve circulation and range of motion without causing further damage. (This is what chiropractors are best at). Depending on your injury and how it was sustained, your chiro might even be able to show you exercises to do from home that focus on strengthening specific areas where you’re injured. Don’t Neglect Your Spine: Don’t let minor aches and pains lead to bigger problems down the road. It only takes one serious slip-up for an injury like a herniated disc or pinched nerve to set you back for weeks or months if not longer.

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