Chiropractic is one of the manual methods of diagnosis and treatment, which was already known in antiquity. It was widely used by the ancient Greeks, Chinese, Egyptians and Indians of North America.
Among the methods of chirotherapy, chiropractic is the most widespread (a method of treating diseases of the spine caused by subluxation of the vertebrae using special manual techniques). The terms chiropractic and chiropractic are derived from the Greek word cheir, meaning hand. Only a chiropractor or a chiropractor can use chiropractic, this is natural, because he works with the spine, which contains the sensitive spinal cord. One wrong move can cause serious consequences (eg paralysis).
The main object of chiropractic and chiropractic care is the spine. The cause of many diseases of the spine is the displacement of the vertebrae or intervertebral discs. A chiropractor is well aware of the anatomy of the spine and, by evaluating an X-ray (and sometimes just examining the patient), can reveal the dislocation of individual vertebrae or parts of the spine. Often, a person who works at a computer all day develops an incorrect posture, as a result of which the spine suffers most of all. The spine is the spine formed by a chain of bones (or cartilage) running along the back, which is balanced by muscles, tendons and ligaments, i.e. it reacts appropriately to any load.