Chiropractors in Rochester, NY

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We have found 21 listings in Rochester, NY that matched your search criteria.

Knight Chiropractic Center
3313 Chili Ave
Rochester, NY 14624
De Brine Chiropractic PC
728 Weiland Rd
Rochester, NY 14626
HealthQuest Chiropractic & Progressive Rehab
572 Titus Ave
Rochester, NY 14617
Brighton Chiropractic Ofc
2599 Elmwood Ave
Rochester, NY 14618
Advanced Family Chiropractic
1968 Clinton Ave S
Rochester, NY 14618
Campanella Chiropractic & Wellness Center LLC
3450 Winton Pl
Rochester, NY 14623
Estey Chiropractic
389 Meigs St
Rochester, NY 14607
Grayson Chiropractic Assocs
121 Rue de Vl
Rochester, NY 14618
O'Dell Family Chiropractic
476 Ridge Rd W
Rochester, NY 14615
Rochester Chiropractic Group
1687 English Rd
Rochester, NY 14616
HealthQuest Chiro&Progressive Rehab
572 Titus Ave Suite C
Rochester, NY 14617
HealthSource Chiropractic
90 Erie Canal Dr
Rochester, NY 14626
World Chiropractic
1717 East Ave
Rochester, NY 14610
Brooks Spinal Care Chiropractic
3300 Monroe Ave
Rochester, NY 14618
Velard Andrew A
4351 Mount Read Blvd
Rochester, NY 14616
Brighton Campus Chiropractors
2024 W Henrietta Rd Suite 5B
Rochester, NY 14623
World Gym Of Rochester
1717 East Ave
Rochester, NY 14610
Irondequoit Chiropractic Center
38 Cooper Rd Suite ONE
Rochester, NY 14617
Henrietta Chiropractic & Massage
2040 E Henrietta Rd
Rochester, NY 14623
Chiropractic Health & Diagnostic Services
625 Panorama Trl
Rochester, NY 14625
Campanella Chiropractic & Wellness
3450 Winton Pl
Rochester, NY 14623

Featured article related to Back Pain Relief, Spinal Cord Injury

Chiropractor And Physiotherapist Differences
by: Peter Benalla

Because Chiropractors and Physiotherapists both work with patients to improve the patient's ability to move and function many people get the two professionals confused. The truth is that the two fields are not the same at all. The skill set a Chiropractor must develop is not the same skill set that a Physiotherapist must have though there are a few similarities. Here are some of the differences between Chiropractors and Physiotherapists.

Educational Requirements

Physiotherapists are required to complete at least four years of undergraduate school as well as a two year masters program. Physiotherapists must also be trained in quite a few different types of physical therapy in order to obtain a license and practice professionally. A Physiotherapists license is required to be renewed regularly for as long as they want to continue practicing. This renewal requirement ensures that Physiotherapists keep their techniques and research up to date.

Chiropractors are required to complete at least four years of school though schooling usually involves five to seven years of class and field work in the United Kingdom before a professional license can be obtained. Chiropractors, like Physiologists are also required to keep their licenses current in order legally practice chiropractics without supervision.

Relieving Pain

Chiropractors work to relieve their patients' pain by using a number of pain relief therapies. These techniques can either be taught to the patient to do at home or therapies that will require the patient to continue visiting the Chiropractor in order to maintain his alignment and stay pain free.

A Physiotherapist offers his patients through a variety of methods. These methods aim to increase the patient's range of motion. Treatment offered by a Physiotherapist can involve teaching the patient how to do a variety of exercises and stretches so that the patient can continue his or her treatment at home. As the patient's pain subsides and his or her range of motion improves, the visits required become fewer and farther between until the patient is pronounced healthy enough to no longer need physiotherapy.

System of Beliefs

A Chiropractor believes that everything can be related to the spine. Problems with the respitory system or endocrine system, in a Chiropractor's mind, are problems that can be corrected with proper alignment of the spine.

Physiologists do not centre their beliefs on a single part of the body though they do spend quite a bit of time focusing on the spine. Physiologists devote their time to treating a specific injury and helping a patient heal while doing their best to reduce the patient's pain.

The truth is that there are quite a few similarities between the two. Both work with the spine. The differences lie in how an illness is addressed. Physiotherapy ends at some point. Chiropractic care is ongoing.

Peter Benalla is a principal practitioner chiropractors, chiropractic , at a well established clinic in the South-West of the UK. He writes articles about back pain, neck pain, and injury management. If you are looking for chiropractors in birmingham visit his website.

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