r. Manison focuses his continual post-graduate training on learning the best and most advanced techniques and applications in the field. This is so that he can offer the highest level of care for not only spinal conditions, but for all joint and soft tissue problems. This is one of the reasons why so many area physicians refer their patients to Columbia Advanced Chiropractic, LLC. They realize that chiropractic care should be directed at quickly determining the cause of the problem and administering a solution. Chiropractic care should not be used as an ongoing approach to treat pain and dysfunction. In other words, results should be obtained within a reasonable period of time. After the pain is eliminated and normal function is restored, many times it is necessary to educate the patient in regards to rehabilitation and stabilization exercises so that the patient will be best be able to take care of themselves.
Our neurological system is responsible for all aspects of our health and function. Many times deficiencies in the neurological system create problems other than just joint, nerve, and soft tissue pain. This is the reason why chiropractic care has been associated with helping patients with a range of conditions that are sometimes medically hard to explain. There is anecdotal evidence that chiropractic care has helped people with conditions from allergies to ear infections to helping the neurological system function optimally so that pregnancy can occur. Although Dr. Manison does not promote such claims, he does find it important for patients to understand that a properly functioning neurological system is of utmost importance for all aspects of life.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding chiropractic and its approach to a particular condition, feel free to contact our office. We hope you choose Columbia Advanced Chiropractic, LLC for your chiropractic and rehabilitative needs. We hope you will find our office to offer the best quality care in the Columbia, Ellicott City (Howard County), and Baltimore, Maryland area.