Chiropractic care alleviates pain while improving posture and joint motion by resolving issues with spinal alignment. Numo Acupuncture's Dr. Giasson-Gomez is proud to offer chiropractic care to patients in San Jose, California and the surrounding area. Interested patients should contact Numo Acupuncture to make an appointment.
Chiropractic care is a therapeutic technique that improves alignment, joint mobility, and overall physical function. Having the proper posture and alignment of the spine is essential to ensure good health and physical function. Numo Acupuncture's Dr. Giasson-Gomez offers this service to patients with all types of ailments, from joint problems to chronic back pain.
Chiropractic care’s gentle, safe therapies improve the patient’s posture, address issues with alignment, improve joint stability, and enhance the patient’s overall spinal health. Some of the chiropractic therapies we use include spinal adjustments, gentle traction, and joint adjustments.
Chiropractic care offers several benefits over other therapies. For example, it achieves the same or better results as surgery or pain medications while being safer. Furthermore, many people feel the effects of chiropractic care shortly after beginning treatment.
Dr. Giasson-Gomez has extensive experience using manual therapies to improve musculoskeletal, spinal, and joint health, as well as to relieve pain. This therapy can also reduce the likelihood of injuries by correcting problems with the patient’s posture and alignment. It can even improve the patient’s range of motion and joint health.
Dr. Giasson Gomez often recommends chiropractic care in conjunction with acupuncture, massage therapy, cupping therapy, or natural medicine. These treatments enhance each other’s effectiveness and create better results for the patient.
Numo Acupuncture recognizes that everyone is different, so Faye evaluates each patient thoroughly and meets their unique needs with a customized treatment plan. In many cases, these plans include chiropractic care.
Chiropractic care is appropriate for most patients, but patients with broken bones may not be able to participate. If this therapy is unsafe for a patient, Dr. Giasson-Gomez will let them know.