Will I Be Sore After a Chiropractic Adjustment?

If you suffer from pain in any part of your body, chiropractic treatment can be highly beneficial for you. It’s only natural to wonder, of course, whether you will feel sore after undergoing an adjustment at the hands of a chiropractor. It’s common to experience some lingering soreness in the areas of your body where you were treated for at least a few hours after your treatment. Many patients describe this soreness as being comparable to the sensation they would feel after an intense hour or two of exercise. You can relieve this soreness by applying an ice pack wrapped in a towel. Avoid using heat.

The Houston Spine & Rehabilitation Centers provides advanced chiropractic care to patients in The Woodlands. If you suffer from back pain, neck pain, neuropathy, whiplash, or another nagging pain issue, our team can help you find the answer. Call us today at (281) 825-3507 to set up an appointment.

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