Common Conditions Treated by Chiropractors

Curious about what some of the common conditions treated by chiropractors might be? In this month’s blog, we want to help our reading audience to better understand which conditions they might choose to see a chiropractor for.

A Guide to Common Conditions Treated by Chiropractors

Common Conditions Treated by Chiropractors

Overall, chiropractors are healthcare professionals who specialize in diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal disorders, particularly those related to the spine. They use a variety of techniques, including spinal adjustments, manipulation, and other hands-on therapies to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and promote overall wellness.

Here’s a look at some of the common conditions that chiropractors treat:

Back Pain

Perhaps the most well-known condition treated by chiropractors is back pain. This is something that can result from various factors, including poor posture, muscle strain, injury, or underlying medical conditions. Chiropractic adjustments can help realign the spine, relieve pressure on nerves, and reduce inflammation, leading to significant pain relief.

Neck Pain

Neck pain also ranks high on common conditions treated by chiropractors. This can be caused by everything from poor posture, whiplash injuries, working conditions or degenerative conditions. Chiropractors can restore proper alignment in the neck vertebrae, alleviate muscle tension, and improve range of motion.

Additionally, chiropractors treat:

  • Headaches
  • Sciatica
  • Joint Pain
  • Sports Injuries
  • Postural Issues
  • Pregnancy-related Pain

If you’re experiencing any of the above, consulting with a chiropractor to explore treatment options tailored to your specific needs is a wise choice that we encourage.

Is Every Chiropractor the Same?

As discussed on our Chiropractic Care service page

Every chiropractor in Canada has undergone the same education and regulatory standards, but NO not all chiropractors are the same. Every chiropractor will have a little bit different treatment style and often will have a certain practice focus i.e. sports chiropractors vs. family wellness chiropractors. In other words, we are all a little different. If you have specific questions or concerns regarding adjusting techniques and treatment styles please contact us for further information, we would be more than happy to answer all of your questions and address any concerns you may have.

We are here to help you with your overall health, bringing a better understand to how you can mitigate your own physical discomforts, while also aiding in your optimal spinal health!

Visit us at #130 8700 – 200th Street in Langley, or call us at 604 371 3939.


Dr. Mitch Spooner