Florida House Experience Chiropractic Care
Chiropractic care is a medical treatment that treats bone alignment problems and results in better overall well-being. Chiropractic care is an excellent way to help relieve pain and stiffness that may have previously needed medication for relief. Chiropractic care for addiction treatment allows our clients who experience pain in their joints, soft tissues, or spine, to find a more natural solution to their pain.
Patients that have joint or muscle pain often try to self-medicate with painkillers. For those that turn to drug and alcohol for pain relief, we offer chiropractic care as a way to break the cycle. With the relief that comes from chiropractic care, your chances at success after drug and alcohol treatment increase greatly.
A Holistic Approach
Chiropractic care is part of our unique holistic approach to addiction treatment. The Florida House Experience offers chiropractic care as an alternative to painkillers because it is typically as effective – if not more. Chiropractic care for addiction treatment gives our patients better health, improved movement, and relief from pain. Our chiropractic care team consists of licensed professionals who understand the importance of finding a non-medicated way to deal with pain.
Preventing Self Medicating
Individuals suffering with drug and alcohol addictions often try to self-medicate by using substances to treat pain and anxiety. However, painkillers, narcotics, or alcohol all have negative side effects. Chiropractic care for addiction treatment doesn’t have any negative side effects and patients can begin to feel better with just one treatment session.
Pain Relief and Mental Health
Chiropractic care for addiction treatment helps to relieve body aches and pains and can improve mental health wellness. The spinal alignment used through chiropractic care can help to release the “feel good” chemicals in a person’s brain to give them an overall sense of well-being. Chiropractic care for addiction treatment is unparalleled in its effectiveness for treating tangible pain from accidents, injuries, and a lifetime of drug and alcohol use.