Hurt911 Services FAQs
What conditions can chiropractic care treat?
Chiropractic treatments are effective for various issues, including back pain, neck pain, headaches, and joint problems.
Are chiropractic adjustments safe?
Yes, when performed by a trained professional, chiropractic adjustments are safe and can offer pain relief without surgery or medication.
How often should I see a chiropractor?
The frequency varies based on individual needs; some might benefit from weekly sessions, while others might visit monthly.
Why are diagnostic services essential after an injury?
Proper diagnostics help pinpoint the exact nature and location of injuries, ensuring patients receive accurate treatment.
How long does it take to get results from diagnostic tests?
Turnaround times vary, but most diagnostic test results are available within a few days.
Are there any preparations required before undergoing diagnostic tests?
Depending on the test, some preparations might be necessary; always consult with the clinic beforehand.
Why would I need an MRI instead of an X-ray?
MRIs provide detailed images of soft tissues like muscles, tendons, and ligaments, which aren’t as visible on X-rays.
Is there any radiation exposure during an MRI?
No, MRIs use magnetic fields and radio waves, so there’s no radiation exposure like with X-rays.
How should I prepare for an MRI?
Wear loose, metal-free clothing. Inform the technician of any implants, pacemakers, or tattoos before the procedure.
What conditions can physiotherapy treat?
Physiotherapy helps in treating musculoskeletal conditions, post-operative recovery, sports injuries, and chronic pain issues.
How long is a typical physiotherapy session?
Sessions usually last between 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the treatment plan and the patient’s needs.
Will I receive exercises to do at home?
Yes, home exercises are often part of a comprehensive physiotherapy plan to expedite recovery.
Why would I need an X-ray after an injury?
X-rays help in visualizing bones and joints, making them essential for detecting fractures or dislocations.
Is it safe to have multiple X-rays?
While X-rays involve radiation, the exposure is minimal. However, it’s always best to discuss any concerns with your healthcare provider.
What’s the difference between an X-ray and MRI?
While both are imaging tests, X-rays are best for bones and joints, while MRIs are more suited for soft tissues.
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