Are you experiencing back pain due to heavy breasts? One solution can be to see a chiropractor (back specialist) that can help get rid of some of your pain.

Understanding what happens during a visit to a chiropractor will help you to see how chiropractic fits in with other spinal specialties to provide an integrated approach to treating back pain.

On your first visit to a chiropractor, you may find many similarities to a medical doctor. Both healthcare professionals have office settings, usually with waiting rooms and office staffs to help you get acquainted with how the office is run. For example, you may need to sign in, denote the purpose of your visit, show proof of insurance, or fill out release forms.

During the physical examination, the chiropractor will review the information provided in the health history form. More than likely, this part of the examination will include many questions about your symptoms; when symptoms first started and activities that aggravate or improve your symptoms. Some questions will focus on your pain and usually cover the following: (1) The type of pain (e.g. dull ache, burning, stabbing) (2) Severity (e.g. acute, mild) (3) Location of the pain (4) Frequency (e.g. constant, occurs with a specific activity) (5) The time of day when pain is either better or worse

Here is a great link to use in order to find a chiropractor near you.

All models on this site are 18 or older. This site is intended for adults 18 or over.