How Chiropractic Care Can Help Digestive Problems 

 September 15, 2021

By  Dr. Kathryn Jones-McCaw

chiropractic digestive problemsAre you looking for a way to improve your overall digestive health? If so, you have probably heard that you should eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly. It is true that these two treatment options can be effective in helping you solve your digestive issues, but this may not be enough for some people.

Even though you may think you need to take prescription medications, this is not necessarily the case. A chiropractor may be able to help you solve some of your digestive issues. Learn more about the relationship between chiropractic care and digestive problems in the following article…

What Are the Top Symptoms of Digestive Problems?

Similar to other medical issues, digestive problems come in many shapes and forms. A few signs you may be suffering from digestive issues include:

  • You are having a difficult time finishing all the food on your plate.
  • You feel like you are going to the bathroom more often than you should.
  • Your bowel movements are very runny and loose.
  • You are noticing blood in your stool.
  • You are having a difficult time forcing your bowel movements to come out.
  • You are feeling a severe lack of energy.
  • You are noticing a lot of cramping in your stomach.

If you are detecting any of these issues, this could be a sign you are having digestive problems. A chiropractor may be able to help you solve them.

How is Your Digestive Tract Connected to Your Spine?

A chiropractor is someone who has been specifically trained to address issues related to your vertebrae, spinal cord, and back. Therefore, you may be wondering, how is any of this connected to your spine?

Your digestive tract receives signals from your spinal cord in order to work properly. There are nerves that connect your spine to your digestive tract. If there is something wrong with your spine, then your digestive tract is going to have a difficult time working properly.

A chiropractor has the training and experience necessary to take a look at your spinal column and figure out which nerves are having issues. Then, a chiropractor will adjust your spinal column, making it easier for your digestive tract and your spine to communicate with one another.

How Can a Chiropractor Help You Solve Digestive Problems?

A chiropractor uses manual therapy to make sure your spine has been properly aligned. For example, there may be a subluxation present in your vertebrae. This means they are slightly misaligned, causing your digestive tract to have a difficult time absorbing minerals, vitamins, and other nutrients. This can directly impact the ability of your digestive tract to work properly.

A chiropractor can take a look at these subluxations and know how to fix them. He or she will then use chiropractic adjustments to make it easier for your digestive tract to operate properly. If you are having a difficult time with your digestive system, you should rely on a chiropractor who can help you.

Contact a Trained Chiropractor Today

These are just a few of the many ways a chiropractor may be able to help you solve your digestive issues. Even though it can be frustrating dealing with significant digestive problems a visit to your local chiropractor can help immensely.

If you would like to learn more about how you can solve your digestive problems naturally, reach out to your local chiropractor today. If you don’t have one, please give us a call. We’re here to help!

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Dr. Kathryn Jones-McCaw

I was raised in a chiropractic family. My father was a chiropractor and my 3 brothers are chiropractors. I have worked in this office since 1997 and have seen thousands of lives changed through chiropractic. I use the Activator Technique to detect and correct subluxations (pinched nerves) and advise on behavior changes to get the best health that you have had in years.

Dr. Kathryn Jones-McCaw

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