While many Victoria chiropractors are often associated with just back or spinal care, we encourage people to think of Mind Body Spine as total body care. Beyond relieving lower back pain, chiropractic adjustments can also be effective for treating various conditions in infants, headaches in adults, and declining mobility in people of all ages.
We are strong believers in total body chiropractic care and are extremely thorough, using state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to identify and treat the source of your problems and discomfort. Our approach to chiropractic treatment combines proper spinal alignment through manual adjustments and/or spinal decompression and targeted exercise and nutrition to help resolve root causes of your health issues – instead of merely combating symptoms. Most importantly, we tailor our treatments to your personal needs and goals. So, whether your priority is relief from pain, rehabilitation from a sports injury, or an occasional tune-up treatment, together we’ll work out a plan that delivers the results you want.
There are two phases of care that patients experience at Mind Body Spine: Relief Care followed by Corrective and Wellness Care. Since pain is one of the primary reasons for people going to see a chiropractor in Victoria in the first place, this is where we begin. During the relief care phase, our goal is to help the patient reduce the pain they’re feeling as quickly as possible. Once we’ve lessened the pain and increased mobility, we then move onto the corrective and wellness phase. If the relief care phase is all about reducing pain and improving functionality, then the corrective and wellness phase is all about rehabilitation and stabilization. During this stage, where our goal is to fix the underlying issue permanently so that it doesn’t return, chiropractic therapy tends to focus on improving things like balance, strength, function and posture.
If you’re searching for a ‘chiropractor near me’, you’ve come to the right place as our office is conveniently located right off the Patricia Bay highway in Victoria, BC.