What is Chiropractic Health?
Chiropractic is the fastest growing and second largest profession and concentrates on helping the body function as it was originally designed to function. For example, as time goes on, our nerves and signaling pathways begin to weaken, which slows down our bodily functions and causes us to put strain on other parts of our body. Our chiropractor at Lim-Keith Multispecialty Medical Group focuses on eliminating problems that interfere with our body’s natural ability to function and emphasizes on its ability to heal itself.

Why should I visit a chiropractor?
Visiting a chiropractor is a cost-effective way to solve a problem naturally and without dealing with the other, more invasive methods. Our experienced chiropractors are not only “back doctors,” but they also provide services that promote the body’s entire well-being. Common sites of interest include the back, neck, joints, arms, legs, and pain in any neuromusculoskeletal-affiliated region. Prevention is one of the most important visions of any chiropractor. Even though many people go to chiropractors when they are in pain, visiting a chiropractor on a regular basis for back and alignment checkups is actually a great deal more important because they can prevent future problems, rather than trying to fix old ones that require numerous re-visits and therapy sessions.

Is chiropractic medicine safe?
Chiropractic medicine is one of the safest non-invasive and drug-free treatment fields available to date. Patients sometimes feel a little soreness after treatment, but the relief greatly outweighs the lingering pain. Studies have shown that chiropractic care in the spinal area can get patients back on their feet faster than traditional medicine practices. The risk to undergo chiropractic treatment is very miniscule, and a major incident occurs for every 10 million procedures.

Meet Our Provider

Jesse Yuson, DC
Dr. Jesse Yuson is a strong believer in the body’s, natural healing abilities. As a result, Dr. Yuson studied and received his degrees in both Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology, with a focus on Exercise Science, from the California State University of Northridge.
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