Dr. Steve Edelson (813) 831-8321 is a chiropractor in South Tampa. In today's article he discusses Asthma. People who suffer from asthma can get relief from chiropractic care. Many chiropractors consider their role in caring for patients with asthma, especially those subject to severe attacks, as complementary to the medical management of the disease. We do regular spinal adjustments to make asthma sufferers more comfortable by helping relieve the muscle soreness and discomfort that can develop during asthmatic flare-ups. Chiropractic adjustments may help reduce the frequency and severity of asthma attacks. The achievements of chiropractic in promoting overall wellness, including enhancing the patient's capacity to cope with chronic ailments, make chiropractors an important part of the health care team that can help asthma patients live more normal lives, minimally encumbered by this incurable, but controllable condition.

The principal goal of chiropractic is to reduce asthma sufferers' need to rely on the many medications prescribed to prevent and treat asthma. These medicines (or combinations of medicines) can have many troublesome and even dangerous side effects, including making patients increasingly dependent on ever-larger doses. Preventing asthma attacks is the key to living a normal life in spite of having asthma. In practical, day-to-day, quality-of-life terms, stopping asthma attacks before they start is better than taking medicines to stop the attack and restore pre-attack normality.

Chiropractors have the knowledge to provide a highly supportive program of "clinical ecology" to teach patients how to identify and avoid the particular environmental factors or irritants that cause their asthma attacks. Chiropractors can help you pinpoint which causes trigger your attacks and how to keep those causes out of your life. Contact us today if you need more info or go to our website for related articles http://tampa.chiropractor-edelson.com .

Author's Bio: 

Dr. Steve Edelson has been practicing chiropractic since 1995. Prior to getting his doctorate, he worked as a Master's degree level social worker, doing mental health counseling. He is married and has two children. One of his children is already a published author of two action adventure novels.