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Winnipeg Walk-In Chiropractic Care

Welcome to Our Winnipeg Walk-In Chiropractic Clinic

Are you in need of our Winnipeg Chiropractic Services? RC Walk-In Chiro is a Winnipeg Chiropractic clinic that provides a wide range of chiropractic services,
focusing on the many disorders of the musculoskeletal system. These disorders can impact your general health and wellness and may affect your normal day-to-day activities and overall enjoyment of life.

Can Chiropractic Care Help Your Pain?

Our Chiropractors treat and help prevent conditions and disorders related to the back, neck, pelvis, and extremity joints. You don’t even need a referral to see our chiropractors.

Who Should Consider Receiving Chiropractic Care?

Our chiropractic care is used to treat musculoskeletal disorders, which include:

Back Pain - Neck Pain - Pain in the Joints of the Arms or Legs
Headaches - Injuries of the hips - Knee Injuries - Shoulder Pain -Wrist Pain
TMJ Pain - Spine Pain - Sciatica - Sprains & Strains - Osteoarthritis

Winnipeg Chiropractic Care You Can Trust!

Chiropractic care is one of the largest primary health care professions in Canada. Approximately four and a half million Canadians visit a Chiropractor every year for this drug-free, non-invasive therapy.

Dr Cabigting performing and adjustment

Dr Yip performs an adjustment

What Happens in a New Patient Visit with a Chiropractor?

The Chiropractor will start with a consultation with you to learn more about your pain as well as your past medical history, then he will go over the risks and benefits of chiropractic and with your consent perform a brief examination of your problem, then give you a diagnosis and explanation of the adjustment and how he can help you. With your consent, he will then perform an adjustment as well as a brief post-adjustment examination. He may then make a recommendation and give you a prognosis of when he expects you can start feeling better. If necessary, he may follow up with you to see how you are doing. Walk-in chiropractic is simple but still thorough and addresses your pain symptoms. The time may last anywhere from 10 minutes to 20 minutes depending on your condition.

What is an “adjustment?”

You may have often heard this term to describe chiropractic treatment. An adjustment simply means realigning the spine with a series of maneuvers that unlock the joints, letting your body return to its normal position. The cracking sound you hear with an adjustment is called a cavitation. This is where gas is released from the joint or spine and may serve as an indication that the joint or spine was realigned. A Chiropractic adjustment does not hurt and the chiropractor can adjust his force based on your needs.