Vida Integrated Health
Services For Seattle, WA
If you’re suffering from a recent injury or chronic pain, Vida Integrated Health has a menu of chiropractic services available to help you ease the pain. Since 2007 our founding chiropractor has been helping patients throughout Seattle, WA, receive chiropractic therapy to aid in quick and responsive recoveries.
How We Can Help
Come in for a chiropractic treatment to experience for yourself how we can help speed up your recovery following a serious injury or support you with your daily activity. Our chiropractors will provide you with functional treatment options including:
With our range of available chiropractic treatments, we’ll work on increasing a limited range of motion, correcting misalignments, and treating muscles and tendons to promote faster tissue healing. Our chiropractic services can also stimulate your nervous system which can help regulate organ function.
Through these different chiropractic adjustments, your chiropractor will focus on both joint and tissue healing and mechanics and how it relates to your nervous system overall. We’ll also create a personalized exercise program for you to take home with you so you can continue your healing and self-care journey after your chiropractic adjustments.
Who We Are
What is an adjustment?
Adjustments are part of the chiropractic treatment used to restore motion to joints that have lost their ability to move normally. For more than 100 years, chiropractors have been specialists in spinal adjustments. Today, about 95% of all spinal adjustments today are performed by chiropractors.
What do adjustments actually do?
- Increase joint motion
- Reflexively relax muscles around the joint
- Stretch shortened tissues and release joint adhesions
- Relieve nerve compression and irritation
- Reduce pain and muscle dysfunction
- Stimulate the autonomic nervous system, which regulates organ function
- Several chiropractic treatments over a short period have a cumulative effect of achieving long-lasting results and long-term pain relief
What makes the popping sound?
When a joint is adjusted, the two surfaces of the joint separate. This often produces a “popping” or “cracking” sound that we call a “cavitation.” This isn’t bone rubbing on bone, as some think. Instead, it’s actually just air. As space is created in the joint and pressure is released, gas enters this space, allowing for increased motion and greater freedom—similar to opening a can of soda.
Vida has 5 locations around the greater Seattle area. Select the one closest to you.
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