St. Albert Chiropractors, Therapists, and Health Practitioners Looking Out For Your Health
Please call or email us today if you would like to book an appointment for chiropractor services, massage therapy, physiotherapy, and more. Or for your added convenience, you may now book your chiropractor appointment online. Please keep in mind that we have a 24-hour cancellation policy, so contact our office via telephone at (780) 459 9600 as soon as you know that you will not be able to make your appointment. Remember, we are always accepting new patients and your health is our top priority.
At Health by Hamdon, we offer chiropractor services such as spinal decompression, spinal adjustments, cervical spinal decompression, extremity adjustments, and exercise/ stretch rehabilitation. These chiropractor treatments work to treat disc ailments in the neck and lower back, pinched nerves in the neck and lower back, restore normal spinal vertebral range of motion, manipulate joints to help maintain and improve joint range of motion, and to strengthen a structure after any deficiencies that may have occurred. If you would like to learn more about our chiropractor treatments and services, contact us today.
Every situation is different, but just like medical care where your doctor prescribes medication that can last up to six weeks, chiropractic care requires a treatment plan. One chiropractor appointment will not make your problem disappear, but consistency and adherence to the treatment plan laid out by the chiropractor will enhance your nervous system, increase your mobility and generally make you feel healthier and stronger.
There is little to no pain associated with a chiropractic adjustment. It is simply a manual manipulation or spinal manipulation where the chiropractor “re-sets” vertebrae or other joints of the body that have abnormal movement patterns or fail to function normally.
Although you do not have to undress for your chiropractor, it is suggested that you wear loose-fit clothing during your appointment as the chiropractor might need to look at the back/spine to perform an assessment.