The frequency of chiropractic visits can vary depending on your individual needs and health goals. Some people may benefit from more frequent visits, while others may require less frequent visits. Ultimately, the frequency of your visits should be determined by your chiropractor based on your individual health needs and response to treatment.
In general, people who are seeking chiropractic care for pain relief or to address a specific injury or condition may initially require more frequent visits, such as several visits per week. As their symptoms improve, the frequency of visits may decrease.
For those seeking ongoing maintenance care or to prevent future injuries or pain, chiropractic visits may be less frequent, such as once every few weeks or once a month.
It is important to work closely with your chiropractor to develop a treatment plan that is tailored to your individual needs and goals. Your chiropractor may also recommend other therapies or exercises to complement your chiropractic care and help you achieve optimal health and wellness.