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Health Chiropractic & Massage

18336 Aurora Ave. N. Suite 111, Shoreline, WA 98133
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Business Description

Health Chiropractic & Massage is a Shoreline-based clinic that practices chiropractic biophysics to treat patients' issues regarding posture and spine health. Tim C. Norton was the first chiropractor in the state to obtain Chiropractic Biophysics, Inc.'s advanced certification. Chiropractic biophysics is an approach to spinal alignment that not only helps in relieving pain but also addresses the root cause of clients' spine problems. It involves joint adjustments, postural exercises, maintenance plans, and prescriptions.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a chiropractor and an osteopath?

Both chiropractors and osteopaths use similar techniques when treating patients, including manual manipulation. However, while chiropractors are primarily focused on treating the spine, osteopaths offer treatments for other parts of the body, too. An osteopath can provide treatments for musculoskeletal problems and health concerns, such as colic, chronic fatigue, and sleep disorders.

Can chiropractors hurt you?

When a chiropractor performs spinal manipulation, it's not uncommon to feel some pain or discomfort in the days that follow. That can include headaches or residual pain in the spine or other treated areas. However, there are rare instances when chiropractic treatment can cause severe adverse effects, such as stroke or disc herniation.

What should I expect at the chiropractor?

At the first visit, chiropractors typically get information about patients' health history and any current pain or discomfort they're feeling. The chiropractor usually checks vital signs and reflexes and performs the patient's first adjustment. Depending on the patient's condition and complaints, they may also provide referrals for additional tests, determine a treatment schedule, or provide stretches and other home-based treatment options.

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