Chiropractic Therapy at Banyan Stuart
The spine involves the intersection of many systems in the body such as muscles, skeletal systems, and seemingly countless nerves. When there are issues with the spine’s alignment or proper function, a person can feel incredibly off balance physically and even mentally.
At Banyan Detox Stuart, we offer many types of drug rehab therapy in Stuart, Florida and chiropractic therapy for addiction treatment is one of our many approaches to helping patients heal. Chiropractic therapy, when offered alongside other therapy programs, can help patients get and stay sober by treating a variety of physical conditions that can be harmful to long-lasting recovery. Our chiropractic therapy programs in Stuart can help patients get and stay sober by treating musculoskeletal issues that can put sobriety at risk.
Interested in Chiropractic Therapy for Addiction?
If you’re interested in learning more about chiropractic therapy for addiction or our full suite of detox and rehab programs, call 888-280-4763 to speak with an intake counselor from our team at Banyan Detox Stuart.
How Chiropractic Therapy Works
Chiropractors have dealt with a tricky history that involves reputation issues. But today, chiropractic science is more widely accepted as a holistic approach to patient care and treatment. Chiropractors must be licensed to practice, and they are highly trained in many aspects of muscular, skeletal, and nervous systems throughout the spine.
Chiropractic therapy works by readjusting the spine to fix subluxation, aka dislocation, throughout the musculoskeletal system. Chiropractors work by stretching, providing pressure, pushing, or pulling areas of the spine and body to realign the spine.1
There are many purported chiropractic benefits, but like many holistic healing methods, scientific studies supporting claims are still being conducted. That being said, there are many benefits patients report after undergoing chiropractic therapy. This includes relaxation, pain relief, and greater balance.
How Chiropractic Care for Addiction Works
When it comes to treating addiction, chiropractic therapy can be an effective treatment method when administered in conjunction with other treatment methods. Chiropractic therapy for addition can help realign nerves and muscles around the spine and body, helping to rebalance the body and support recovery.
For patients who are experiencing pain during their recovery, or perhaps recovering from pain pill addiction, chiropractic care can help with drug-free pain relief to keep patients sober and comfortable. Spinal adjustments can also help relieve stress or tension that patients may be holding in their body, helping to reduce anxiety and support recovery.
At Banyan Detox Stuart, we offer chiropractic care for addiction recovery in conjunction with our full suite of treatment and detox services. Our treatments include medically monitored detox in Stuart, inpatient care, and more. Chiropractic care is a supportive element of treatment that enhances the benefits our patients can experience, solidifying sobriety by addressing any musculoskeletal issues that can put sobriety at risk. Pain management, nerve alignment, and greater balance are some notable benefits of chiropractic care for addiction recovery that can help patients stay on track in recovery.
Chiropractic Treatment Programs at Banyan Detox Center
Chiropractic care for recovery is one element of our treatment programs at Banyan Detox Stuart. Get the help you need to get sober today, call 888-280-4763 to get started. Our team at Banyan Detox Stuart is ready to help you or a loved one work towards long lasting sobriety with many therapies, including chiropractic care for addiction treatment. Call today to learn how we can help you heal.
Other Treatment Options
Most Insurance Plans Accepted
At Banyan Detox Stuart our goal is to make sure that anyone who needs treatment from drug and alcohol addiction are able to get the help needed to assist them on the road to recovery. If you don't have insurance contact us to inquire about alternate methods regarding treatment for yourself or a loved one.