I am often asked many questions about chiropractic. The most common one is, "How do you spell 'chiropractic'?"
But there are many more, because chiropractic has for so long been considered an alternative form of healthcare. These days, however, chiropractic is widely considered a crossover form of healthcare: as the most popular and utilized alternative healthcare profession, the addition of chiropractic to the medical model has been shown to save longterm healthcare costs.
It is also vital to your health for you to ask questions to your healthcare provider. The more proactive you are, the more health care knowledge you acquire, the better equipped you are to make healthcare decisions with your doctor.
So, to answer important questions you might have, the American Chiropractic Association has compiled a well-written list of commonly asked questions. Questions like "Is chiropractic treatment safe?" "What type of education and training do chiropractors have?" "What conditions do chiropractors treat?" "Do insurance plans cover chiropractic?" and more.
The International Chiropractic Association also has a comprehensive list of answers to questions like "Is chiropractic growing?" "Are chiropractors primary health care providers?" "Is chiropractic based on science?" and more.
Also, your friendly local Peoria Activator doctor is always available to (attempt to) answer any questions and reservations you might have about this health care field. The door and e-mail inbox are always open.
Unless otherwise attributed, all content is written by Kyle Johnson, DC, of Johnson Family Chiropractic of Peoria.
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Although every effort has been made to provide an accurate description of our chiropractic care and its benefits, the information given on this website and blog is not intended to be, nor should it be interpreted as, medical advice for any condition.
If you have any questions regarding your condition, you should seek the help of Dr. Johnson in person, so that he may properly assess your condition.
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