Forward neck curve, very minor sublaxation correction
Hi,I’ve worked in IT for 10 years and have a slight forward neck curve and the very beginnings of sublaxation.
My back and lower back have the ideal curve.My chiropractor practices a corrective approach where XRAYs are taken and he adjusts according to the XRAY.After 8 weeks of intensive 2xweek adjustments my body has proven to heal well.
He gave me exercises which I perform daily at home. He now recommends a further 12 weeks of twice a week sessions. No doubt after this course there will be further adjustments. I understand this is a very good business model for my chiropractor and I am suspicious of it.
It is working out expensive for me. Do I need to be adjusted twice a week to correct a slight forward neck curve (or will once a week suffice)? How long would it usually take to correct the neck curve? I try to maintain good posture, but have recognised there are many forces working against the chiropractive therapy and the exercises.
I’m worried this is all in vain and treatment will continue indefinately. Thanks in advance,Jarrad