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Frequently Asked Questions

Are chiropractic adjustments safe?
Yes. A New Zealand government study found that adjustments are “remarkably safe.” Chiropractic care enjoys an excellent track record. A thorough exam can identify the rare person for whom chiropractic care might be unsuited.
Will adjustments make my spine too loose?
No. Only the spinal joints that are “locked up” receive adjustments. The occasional spinal joints that move too much, are passed over so weakened muscles and ligaments can stabilize and heal.
How many adjustments will I need?
The number of adjustments varies with each patient and their individual health goals. Many patients sense some progress within a week or two of frequent visits. Visits are less often as your spine stabilizes. In difficult cases, complete healing can take months or even years.
Why would a newborn get adjusted?
Even today’s “natural” childbirth methods can affect an infant’s spine. Colic, unusual crying, poor appetite or erratic sleeping habits can be signs of spinal distress. Adjustments are gentle. Knowing exactly where to adjust, no more pressure than you’d use to test the ripeness of a tomato is involved.
Can I adjust myself?
No. Some people can make their joints “pop” but that’s not an adjustment! Adjustments are specific and take years to master. Even your chiropractor must consult a colleague to benefit from chiropractic care.
What does an adjustment feel like?
Most patients report a sense of well-being or a feeling of calmness. Since repeated adjustments are necessary, if adjustments didn’t feel good, patients wouldn’t return to finish their care. Chiropractors are experts at making adjustments feel good.
Can patients with osteoporosis get chiropractic care?
Of course. When developing a care plan, your chiropractor considers the unique circumstances of each patient. There are many ways to adjust the spine. The method selected will be best suited to your age, size and spinal problem.
Isn’t some back pain normal?
Pain of any kind, at any age, is a sign that something isn’t right. Pain is the way your body signals that a limit has been reached or a problem has developed. Since we can adapt, minor aches and pains are often shrugged off. While they may go away, if the underlying problem remains unattended, the problem can slowly worsen until it becomes more difficult and expensive to resolve.
Can I have chiropractic care after back surgery?
Yes. Rest assured that we will avoid the surgically modified areas of your spine. However, surgery may produce compensation reactions either above or below the involved level. If necessary, these other areas will be the focus of your chiropractic care.

More Patient Testimonials

What others say about chiropractic care can help you make the right health care choice. Review a selection of McCauley Chiropractic patient testimonials below and please email me or contact the office if you have any questions.
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Dr. Patrick McCauley, Chiropractor

Dr. Patrick McCauley, Chiropractor

A Word From Dr. Patrick McCauley

Our primary focus at McCauley Chiropractic is to help patients improve their quality of life by helping them improve their health. We understand that there is a direct relationship between your health and quality of life. We also understand that being sentenced to a life of popping pills with their known side effects is not the quality of life we had originally envisioned.

We want you to know that there may be a better way. At the very least you owe it to your health and quality of life to gather all the information possible regarding your condition. In my speaking engagements I suggest anyone who is dealing with some chronic condition to, at the very least “Be in the Know”. Listen to all who are willing to help you, gather their information, and then you decide what’s best for you. After all who is ultimately responsible for your health? YOU ARE! Who ultimately pays the price? YOU DO!

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