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Like conventional medicine, chiropractic is based upon scientific principles of diagnosis through testing and empirical observations. Treatment is based upon the practitioner's rigorous training and clinical experience. Unlike conventional medicine, which focuses on attempting to treat disease once it occurs, chiropractic attempts to improve the health of the individual in an effort to avoid illness in the first place. Most people would rather be healthy and avoid illness, if they could. This is one of the main reasons for the big upsurge in the popularity of chiropractic. People are recognizing the benefit of seeking an alternative to traditional medicine; one that will help them achieve and maintain optimal health.

What truly differentiates doctors of chiropractic from any other healthcare professionals is the fact that chiropractors are the only professionals who are trained to diagnose and treat what are called spinal subluxations. The word 'subluxation' comes from the Latin words meaning 'to dislocate' (luxare) and 'somewhat or slightly' (sub). So the term 'vertebral subluxation' literally means a slight dislocation (misalignment) of the bones in the spine. Although this term was adequate in the 1800s when much was still misunderstood about the human body, today the word 'subluxation' has changed in meaning to capture the complex of neurological, structural, and functional changes that occur when a bone is 'out of place.' For this reason chiropractors usually refer to subluxations of the spine as the "Vertebral Subluxation Complex", or "VSC" for short.

The chiropractic approach to healthcare is holistic, meaning that it addresses your overall health. It recognizes that many lifestyle factors such as exercise, diet, rest, and environment impact your health. For this reason, chiropractors recommend changes in lifestyle' eating, exercise, and sleeping habits in addition to chiropractic care.

Chiropractic is so much more than simply a means of relieving pain. Ultimately, the goal of the chiropractic treatment is to restore the body to its natural state of optimal health. Since the body has a remarkable ability to heal itself and to maintain its own health, the primary focus is simply to remove those things which interfere with the body's normal healing ability.

This section explains more about the background of chiropractic care, how it works, who it can benefit, and more!

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Baytown Back Pain Chiropractic

Monday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

  • "I absolutely love everything about this practice! I would never go anywhere else. The staff is so kind and helpful and they always take such good care of me! I would absolutely recommend them!"
    Vanessa Kay Tullis
  • "Love this place! They take such wonderful care of you! Very polite staff! Always friendly ! I
    have had acupuncture several times here and have always had great experiences !"
    Sheila K. Goldman
  • "So terrific. Acupuncture is the best medicine. Dr. Yanis is terrific, great bedside manner. Office staff is helpful."
    Lanie Strider
  • "Love this place we are here at least twice a month sometimes more The staff is wonderful and Dr Yannis is the BEST chiropractor in this area �"
    Angie Goodman
  • "The atmosphere is wonderful and the people are so down to eart.. only chiro I will go to.."
    Terasa McDaniel DeFusto
  • "LOVE this place! They can always fit you in when you call at the last minute, and everyone is extremely nice."
    Faith Smith Andrade
  • "very professional staff and they know what they are doing. very courteous"
    David Evans
  • "Dr Kuykendall is awesome!!! Fixed me right up! Pinched nerve and all!"
    Keri Hough
  • "People here have been awesome! Very attentive to my pains and aches. Dr. K is great!"
    Gordon Little
  • "Dr Terry Moore is a great guy and a great Dr as well!"
    Jim Kubik