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Meet Dr. Rush
Your Pembroke Pines Chiropractor

The basis of our practice, here at Rush Chiropractic we can provide one of the best and most efficient Chiropractic services to be found in the Pembroke Pines Area. For over 20 years we have helped our patients with their pain and provided comfort to families and individuals alike. We encourage you and all of our patients to find out more about our services so you can be certain you are in the right hands at all times.

Chiropractic was founded as a health profession in the US in 1895 by a Canadian called Daniel David Palmer, who had no conventional medical training.

Palmer argued that most human disease is caused by misalignments of the spine that apply pressure on surrounding nerves. He called these misalignments “subluxations” (a term also used in conventional medicine, where it has a different meaning) and believed that they blocked the flow of natural energy, or “life force”, through the body. Correcting these subluxations, he argued, could restore the proper flow of energy, and so restore health. Thus, he saw chiropractic spinal manipulation as a treatment for 95% of all health conditions.

Since its early days, chiropractic has fought for acceptance as a legitimate health profession. In the early 20th century, Palmer came close to declaring chiropractic a religion, at least partly because of difficulties in obtaining legal rights to practice in the US.

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More recently, elements within the profession have sought to place chiropractic on a more scientific footing through research to establish an evidence base for its principles and practice.

Chiropractic is a healthcare profession and not a single treatment. Evidence about chiropractic generally refers to one or more of the treatments that chiropractors offer.

There is good evidence that manual therapy which may include spinal manipulation – as practiced by chiropractors – can be an effective treatment for persistent lower back pain. Conventional treatments for persistent lower back pain include painkillers, exercise, and physiotherapy.

So why wait? If you’re suffering from joint, back, neck or muscle pain, we recommend you come to our offices immediately and without delay. Our experts are waiting for your call. Visit us and set an appointment for you or a loved one today!