By focusing on the source of the problem and not just the symptoms, chiropractic care skips the quick fixes and instead works toward long-lasting results.

By focusing on the source of the problem and not just the symptoms, chiropractic care skips the quick fixes and instead works toward long-lasting results.

Chiropractic care for the back … and beyond

Surrey chiropractic practice takes a holistic approach to wellness

Residents from the Surrey area understand that whether you’re recovering from an unexpected injury or nursing discomfort that’s been years in the making, when back pain hits, everything else suffers.

Back pain and stiffness can make it difficult to move, sleep, drive, play your favourite sports and more. It’s why finding the care you need, close to home from a Surrey chiropractor dedicated to your wellness, can be key to getting you back enjoying the activities you love.

What is chiropractic care?

Recognizing that everything in the body is interconnected, chiropractic care is an effective way to eliminate existing pain and prevent future pain around the entire body, explains Dr. Travis Meier, DC, Doctor of Chiropractic & Clinic Director at Surrey’s BC Back Clinic.

When issues happen in the feet or knee, for example, misalignments can also occur in the hips, back and neck, meaning a comprehensive approach is the best way to begin living well once again.

Chiropractic care:

  • Facilitates the natural healing process of the body by allowing the body to function at its optimum level with minimal spinal nerve interference
  • Relieves stress
  • Offers non-surgical alternative to pain relief
  • Can relieve back pain, neck pain, joint pain and pain from arthritis
  • Improves overall body function
  • Can also be used to treat asthma and relieve headaches

  • Rehabilitates injuries

By focusing on the source of the problem and not just the symptoms, chiropractic care skips the quick fixes and instead works toward long-lasting results.

With the source of the problem identified, education is a key part of treatment. Armed with a clear explanation of your injury and why you have it, your chiropractor can work with you to achieve habit and movement pattern modification and provide an exercise prescription to help you move freely sooner.

Beyond chiropractic: the modalities you need to be well

With practitioners’ holistic approach to healthcare, the BC Back Clinic and other reputable clinics provide Surrey with a comprehensive range of options to treat an array of bodily aches.

The key is to create a customized approach to uncovering the root of the problem and treat pain at the source.

To make it even easier to get the care you need, therapies are covered by major health plans, with direct billing provided for ICBC and Worksafe claims.

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