Are the treatments painful?
Are the Treatments Painful? No, and it should NEVER BE. If your chiropractor’s treatments are painful, find a new one.
You don’t have to hurt more to get better: No pain means more Gain.
Are the Treatments Painful? Believe it or not, we have been asked this too many times.
Unfortunately, there are therapy centers where patients experience more pain. Well, that is them, and we are not them. In short, pain is bad, and our treatments are focused on getting rid of pain, and not the other way around.
Some of our patients that have had chiropractic treatments in other centers have related to us that the care they had received was painful or, at least, uncomfortable. We have noticed others that have voiced similar concerns about their Chiropractors.
What we want everyone to know in Malaysia is that the chiropractic or physiotherapy services and treatments you get from a Chiropractic Specialty Center should never be painful or uncomfortable. Our goal is to render effective, palliative care so that the body or the injured site heals quickly.
So the answer to the question: Are Treatments Painful is: No!
So, are the treatments painful? No! Not EVER! They have never been and God Willing, they never will be! At least not at our center! We firmly believe that you don’t have to hurt more to get better. Unlike other centers, our treatments do not hurt. Our motto is; “No Pain More Gain.” So, stay away from painful chiropractors or physiotherapists; they can worsen your condition. Also, if you are a regular with massage, make sure that your therapist does not apply too much pressure, better yet avoid the spine.
The saying; no pain, no gain, is as far from proper therapy as it can get. In our center’s therapy and treatments are relaxing. In fact, the vast majority of our patients fall asleep during their sessions. You don‘t have to get hurt to get better.
Anyone that disagrees with this should go back to their university and demand a FULL refund as they did not learn much when they were in school. One thing that you must take away from this site, every time you experience pain, you have just micro-traumatized yourself. So, if therapy hurts, the person that did the therapy for you could have hurt you. It can happen, but repeated micro-traumatic events will certainly make you much, much worse.