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What happens at the reception

The first appointment includes a careful interview and chiropractic examination, with an emphasis on posture and spinal function. After the examination, I will tell you about the findings and how they should be treated. 

The treatment is done manually by "correcting" joint blockages and malfunctions. Muscle stretching and treatment of trigger points and fascia are also part of the treatment.

After the treatment, I make an individual treatment plan for the continuation.

Thorough interview and examination is important

A chiropractor has a 5-year university education. The training gives a good readiness to work as a self-employed person and guarantees safe and expert treatment. Mizerois addnsi 30 years of experience, so all kinds of ailments have been taken care of.

Chiropractic is a manual therapy   that supports the body's own self-regulation and healing ability. Its purpose is to prevent diseases and improve general health and functional capacity. At its core, chiropractic care focuses on the nervous system and its optimal function by eliminating joint, muscle, and nervous system dysfunctions that chiropractors call "subluxations" caused by stressors.

A chiropractor knows your body. When the body has symptoms, there is always a reason for it.

Everyone has a headache or backache from time to time. However, if the pain occurs often or is caused by a sudden event or if the pain persists, you should consider other options instead of painkillers.

It is often a mechanical problem that may be caused by many reasons, such as sitting for too long or strenuous sports performance. In these situations, a chiropractor can often bring help very quickly.


A chiropractor is a health care professional who examines and treats ailments of the musculoskeletal system, sports injuries and various neuromuscular symptoms (e.g. pain and numbness in the limbs, headaches, migraines, etc.)  and thus strives to e.g. For pain relief and improving mobility and the patient's general ability to function, e.g. with joint manipulation.

Chiropractors also use other methods of manual therapy such as soft tissue techniques and mobilization. An important part of the treatment is also patient counseling and guidance of self-care exercises that support the treatment.

An essential part of a chiropractor's training includes differential diagnosis skills, where possible contraindications to treatment are examined and investigated. Chiropractors work in cooperation with other healthcare professionals, and guide the client as needed, e.g. to the doctor's office.

The support and foundation of our body, i.e. the spine, does an important job of protecting our "fuse board", i.e. the spinal cord. Through the spinal cord, the brain constantly controls everything that happens in our body, starting with metabolism, immunity, blood circulation, digestion and hormone activity, all the way to every thought and movement. Thus, disturbances in the function of the spine and thus the nervous system directly affect our body's ability to function and the ability to react to rapidly changing conditions.

When the spine and nervous system work correctly, the body is able to achieve and maintain balance. A body in balance is doing well, i.e. it is healthy. If, on the other hand, there are disturbances in the functioning of the nervous system, the balance is not achieved properly and in the end health remains as it werein "behind the locks" in our body. With the help of chiropractic, these locks can be opened and health can be set free.

What makes the cracking sound?

You must have heard talk about putting the vertebrae in place. In normal life, however, vertebrae do not fall out of place, and no one puts them back in place. 


The clicking or cracking sound heard during chiropractic treatment is called cavitation, which is caused by the release of gas from the synovial fluid inside the joint capsule as a result of a rapid change in pressure. This is called adjustment in chiropractic. 


When adjusting, the chiropractor applies a rapid motion to correct the biomechanics of the locked / dysfunctional / subluxated joint. 


The click is not, for example, the sound of a vertebra being put in place or broken. 

Despite urban myths, the phenomenon of cavitation is not only harmless, but also beneficial when applied to a truly subluxated joint, as it promotes joint lubrication, movement, cartilage nutrition, and proper neurological input.

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