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Long Term Chiropractic Care

Long Term Chiropractic Care Exeter

AT ROCK Chiropractic Health Centre, our team works hand-in-hand with you to provide you with comprehensive care for all of your needs. It is very common for patients to come in for an appointment and receive excellent results during that first visit. But, it does not have to stop there. It is often best to see your chiropractor on a routine basis as this can help to continue to treat your condition and prevent further concerns.

Dr. Botros is available for all of your long term chiropractic care needs. Visit our Exeter office for an appointment. We're happy to discuss any questions you have during your appointment. Here are a few we receive about long term chiropractic care.

man getting chiropractic care in Exeter

Why Do You Need Long Term Chiropractic Care?

Many of the benefits of chiropractic care occur over a longer period. For example, if you have a pinched nerve in your spinal column, your first chiropractic adjustment will likely provide you with relief. However, ongoing care further improves your pain and reduces the risk that the concern will occur again. With each adjustment, we keep focusing on improving your range of motion.

How Often Should You Visit Your Chiropractor?

Each person's needs are different from the next. It is our goal to help you find the treatment right for your needs. We may recommend coming in several times a week initially and over time every few weeks. Most people should see their chiropractor at least one time a month for maintenance and care.

What Types of Treatment Do You Need on a Long Term Basis?

Most people benefit from chiropractic adjustments on a routine basis. However, we can also provide you with significant overall improvement to your health with additional services. This may include sports massage, Kinesio taping, and much more. Each appointment can be customized to meet your unique needs.

Who Should See Their Chiropractor on a Regular Basis?

If you are someone struggling with pain, come in as often as you need to. We recommend long term chiropractic care for those who are at a higher risk, such as those who have been in vehicle accidents, those struggling with herniated discs or back pain, and athletes who are more likely to be involved in an incident that causes pain.

How Do You Get Chiropractic Care Started?

The first step is to come in for an appointment. We'll provide a thorough examination and diagnostics to understand the underlying cause of your pain. We can then create a treatment plan that first your needs. It can include chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy, and much more. It all starts with an initial appointment and consultation with Dr. Botros.

Schedule Your Next Appointment in Exeter by Calling Our Team Today

Contact our ROCK Chiropractic Health Centre at 01392 790499 today for an appointment. Our chiropractor in Exeter, Dr. Sari Botros, is happy to meet with you for any chiropractic care you need.

New Members Receive £50 off Initial Consultation, Examination & X-Rays (if needed)

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10:00 AM-2:00 PM

4:00 PM-7:00 PM

Tuesday:

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Wednesday:

10:00 AM-2:00 PM

4:00 PM-7:00 PM

Thursday:

10:00 AM-2:00 PM

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Friday:

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