Frequently Asked Questions in Aurora CO

Find the answers below to the most frequently asked questions about chiropractors in Aurora. Having the answers to these key questions can help you choose the right Aurora chiropractor for you. If you don't see the answer below to a question you have, reach out to Colorado Injury & Pain Center at (303) 995-5812 and our team can help!

What is a chiropractic Care?

Chiropractic is a hands-on, holistic approach to health that focuses on correcting structural issues in order to influence the nervous system and subsequently, physical processes.

Are Chiropractors Doctors?

Yes. Chiropractic doctors, like their medical counterparts, are governed by a national board and have a state license to practice.

What Does a Chiropractor Do?

Your neuro-muscular function and health will be examined by the chiropractor, who will also check to see if there is any spinal or brain-to-body nerve interference. By removing the interference, adjustments help your body heal more effectively. As a consequence, you'll feel and function better.

Is Chiropractic Safe?

When done by a qualified certified chiropractor with training and expertise, chiropractic is safe and effective.

What Conditions Can Be Treated With Chiropractic Care?

Chiropractic is well renowned for its success in treating muscular-skeletal issues like sciatica, back pain, and neck discomfort. Chiropractic therapy can, however, also help your nervous system work better, enhancing your general health. It has been demonstrated to improve systemic disorders, vitality, immune system health, and sleep quality.

Are All Patients Adjusted the Same Way?

No, not all patients receive the same adjustments. We take the time to do a complete examination in order to identify the underlying source of the issue, treat it, and start the healing process.

Does Chiropractic Care Hurt?

Not at all. In our practice, chiropractic adjustments are precise and gentle. You may tell that a chiropractor uses the same kind of delicate and secure methods as we do if they frequently treat elders and toddlers. After their initial few appointments, some patients might feel a little sore, much like they would after going to the gym or learning a new exercise (the "good pain"). With regard to health issues, we assist people of all ages.

How Often Do I Need to See a Chiropractor?

Each person who seeks our care is unique, and they all have different objectives. In order to "put out the fire," so to speak, some patients are seen for a shorter amount of time during initial critical care. To address the issue, some individuals have longer-term corrective therapy. To maintain their bodies in alignment and functioning at their best, some patients get maintenance or wellness care. In the end, it's your body, your health, and your choice.

Can I Learn to Adjust Myself?

The spine can occasionally realign itself without your even attempting to. Even though trying to adjust yourself might sometimes provide some relief, it is typically difficult or impossible to do. Even chiropractors require adjustments from other chiropractors.

Can I Get Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy?

Absolutely! You'll feel better during your pregnancy if you keep your spine and pelvis balanced and aligned, and it will also be easier to give birth if you do. If your pelvis is not positioned correctly, giving birth may be more challenging.

Is Chiropractic Treatment Appropriate For Children?

It absolutely is. Because we are aware of how important spinal alignment is for healthy organs and muscle function, we concentrate on pediatric chiropractic. Children with good adjustment skills develop into good adults.

What is the History of Chiropractic Care?

Harvey Lillard's adjustment by Dr. Daniel Palmer in 1895 led to the discovery of chiropractic care. After falling off his horse and hearing a pop, Mr. Lillard lost his hearing at the age of 6. He had an adjustment 30 years later that not only relieved his upper back pain but also helped him hear again!


Gas is being discharged from the joint when you heard the noise. Your body has spaces between each joint that are filled with gas. Sometimes you'll hear a pop when you move that joint. Only until there has been a sufficient gas buildup in the joint can that pop be heard. The space and pop are all larger the bigger the joint! NOTE: Size alone does not always equate to superiority. Don't let the pop affect your attitude.


Doctor of Chiropractic degrees are awarded to chiropractors following eight years of undergraduate and graduate study, as well as five national board exams. The typical chiropractor studies in the classroom for more than 4600 hours. We attend school for at least as long as our medical doctor peers.


  1. Identify the issue's root cause using a comprehensive health history, posture assessment, palpation, range of motion test, surface EMG scan, X-rays, etc.
  2. Create a treatment plan with active home care so you can recover more quickly.
  3. Create a financial strategy that enables you to receive the care you require at a cost you can afford.


Good chiropractors offer pain relief. A GREAT chiropractor takes care of your entire body and tries to FIX the issue so that your body not only feels better but also functions better.


Chiropractic absolutely works! The greatest patient satisfaction rate of any medical specialty is 93% for chiropractors. A substantial body of evidence supports the safety and efficacy of chiropractic treatment.


Muscle soreness, comparable to what you might feel after trying a new workout or visiting the gym for the first time in a while, is the most frequently reported adverse effect. Your body may experience a brief period of soreness as it adjusts to a new movement or position. There are very few other adverse effects. Always seek out chiropractors who undertake a full body evaluation and a detailed health history to rule out any conditions for which chiropractic care is inappropriate.


Since 1895, there have been more than 200 different procedures used in chiropractic. Among the manual adjusting methods are Gonstead and Diversified. The Thompson or drop table technique makes use of a certain kind of table with quickly movable pieces. A tool for extremely gentle changes is an activator.

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Colorado Injury & Pain Center

1330 S Potomac St Suite 100
Aurora, CO 80012

(303) 995-5812