Quality Chiropractic Care in Columbia, Maryland
Essential Family Chiropractic is a Chiropractor in Columbia, MD, providing a wide range of chiropractic and physical therapy services to Howard County, and was started in 1999 by Dr. Eric Lindsell. Dr. Lindsell and his staff offer a complete range of chiropractic care in Columbia, Maryland and physical therapy services focused on providing natural health care without drugs or surgery.
A chiropractor uses spinal adjustments to correct misalignments (called subluxations) and restore proper function to the nervous system. This helps the body to heal naturally. Chiropractic doesn’t use drugs or surgery. Instead, a chiropractic spinal adjustment-the application of a precise force to a specific part of the spinal segment-corrects the misalignment. This permits normal nerve transmission and helps the body to recuperate on its own.
Chiropractic Care Enhances A Family’s Overall Health
Chiropractic care is an essential component to reach your maximum health potential. Chiropractic, like dentistry, focuses on wellness, instead of just treating pain. As a Chiropractor in Columbia, MD, Dr. Lindsell has been providing these specialized services to Howard County for over 19 years.
Similar to the regular maintenance of your teeth and gums that avoids dental issues, regular Chiropractic Care avoids malfunction of the spine. These subluxations create interference in your nervous system. Like tooth decay that comes from neglect, subluxations are often preventable.
Many adults suffer from subluxations that don’t translate into immediate pain or symptoms that may have started in childhood.
Benefits Children as Well as Adults
Chiropractic care is for children as well as adults. Children typically grow up with the inevitable falls, jolts, slips, and bumps, all of which may cause subluxations. The pains associated with these are soon forgotten, but the nervous system interference remains. Here are just a few of the more common children’s conditions that may improve with Chiropractic Care:
- Ear infections
- Back Pain
- Bed Wetting
- Learning Disorders
- Growing Pains
- Attention Deficit Disorders
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