Essential Life Boise Offers Chiropractor Care

May 29, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Essential Life Boise, a chiropractic clinic in Boise, Idaho, has announced that they are offering chiropractic care in the Treasure Valley. Chiropractic care can be used for different kinds of health issues and injuries. For instance, they may be able to help victims of car accidents, people with disc injuries, people with food sensitivities, those who have low back pain, children with spinal misalignment, pregnant women, athletes with injuries, people with headaches and jaw pain, and more. More information about this can be gleaned from https://elifeboise.com/chiropractic-care/.

Dr. Yvonne, Doctor of Chiropractic at Essential Life Boise, says, “I believe everyone deserves to live happy, healthy and pain free. I can help you get out of pain, recover from injury and stay healthy. We provide a variety of services to help our patients live an amazing life without pain and with wellness. Chiropractic care is a drug-free, non-surgical approach to healing and wellness. It restores health and prevents injury by improving the structural integrity of the body, primarily the spine.”

Essential Life Boise also offers Cold Laser Therapy or Low Level Laser Therapy, which is a unique type of treatment in that it makes use of wavelengths of light to speed up the healing process. It may be used for both humans and animals to help get rid of pain and swelling, reduce spasms, and boost functionality. The cold laser is usually provided by handheld devices or devices on a stand. They are focused on an injured area for a duration of 30 seconds to seven minutes. The laser light is able to penetrate up to two to five centimeters under the skin where it triggers biochemical changes in cells and it has been utilized for pain management for years. Cold laser therapy may be able to help with various conditions, including relief for chronic pain, such as arthritis; reduction of edema; and relief for acute pain, such as injury or trauma. It may also provide a strong anti-inflammatory effect and it may speed up the recovery of the structural integrity of the injured area.

Meanwhile, discs are important parts of the spine that serve as cushion between the bones. Disc pain is sometimes a problem with some people, which usually manifests as a tingling sensation down the arms or legs. Essential Life Boise can provide chiropractic adjustments that may help alleviate the spinal pressure on the spinal misalignment that cause disc herniation, disc bulges, and irritation to the disc.

Essential Life Boise may also be able to help people achieve optimum health and wellness. This is done by enhancing the structural integrity of the body, specifically the spine. When the spinal cord and nervous system are functioning properly, communication between the brain and the other parts of the body is uninterrupted and this results in a body without pain and with optimum wellness.

And for pregnant women, Essential Life Boise can apply the Webster Technique, which was developed by Dr. Larry Webster as a safe way to restore the correct pelvic balance and function for pregnant mothers. Dr. Yvonne is trained in this method and has successfully used it to help many pregnant moms. The method is focused on the sacrum, which can get twisted and the round ligament can get knots, resulting in pain for pregnant women and making it hard for the baby to come out. With the proper alignment of the sacrum and round ligaments, the pain will be reduced, including the tension on the uterus, allowing for an easier delivery. Dr. Yvonne will also check the psoas muscles that can get very tight because of the weight of the baby.

Those who would like to know more about chiropractic care may want to check out the Essential Life Boise website at, or contact them via telephone or through email.

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For more information about Essential Life Boise, contact the company here:

Essential Life Boise
Dr. Yvonne
(208) 991-0352
info@elifeboise.com
2375 W. Chinden Blvd. Suite H, Boise, ID 83713

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