If you are wanting to explore the benefits of a chiropractic visit, we urge you one to have a firsthand experience at our Perryville chiropractic office today! It is an easy process to get started and with available patient openings throughout the day, we are able to arrange a consultation that works around your hectic schedule.LEARN MORE
Plan on spending about an hour of your day with the Doctor as we want to an exam and thoroughly review your medical history. An exam could potentially consist of an x-ray to see what is truly going on with your spinal joints.LEARN MORE
Keep it up! Once your original problem has been resolved with successful chiropractic care continue to maximize your overall health improvements with regular chiropractic visits. We generally suggest two options to those looking for options to regular chiropractic visits.LEARN MORE
At Moeckel Chiropractic in Perryville, MO we aim to eliminate uncomfortable situations that you would have with any new experience. In most cases chiropractic care will consist of a series of chiropractic visits. This allows you to keep a well-tuned and maintained nervous system. Because of this, it is our goal to make each and every visit to our Perryville chiropractic office just as great as the time before to keep a relaxing environment. No surprises, just solutions!
Chiropractic adjustment or manipulation is a manual procedure that utilizes the highly refined skills developed during the intensive years of chiropractic education. The chiropractor typically uses his/her hands to manipulate the joints of the body, particularly the spine, in order to reduce pain, and restore or enhance joint function. Chiropractic manipulation is a highly controlled procedure that rarely causes discomfort.
First, the cause of your problem is determined with a complete examination including physical, orthopedic, neurological, and chiropractic tests. X-rays are taken if necessary. The doctor will then explain your problem, tell you whether or not he/she feels chiropractic care is indicated, and an appropriate treatment plan will be recommended. Then, gentle manipulation (or adjustments) to spinal or extremity joints are performed.