Cervical Chiropractic" because those techniques do not utilize high velocity thrusts or forces. They are more gentle techniques that would be better suited for someone following any type of surgical alteration to the spine.
Yes, you can see a chiropractor after a cervical fusion surgery. The chiropractor can do manual therapy on your muscles in you cervical region, but they will not adjust you in that area, as you are fused. The good news is you have several other regions in your spine that can still be adjusted, and you would likely benefit from those treatments. I highly recommend seeing a doctor with experience treating people who have had cervical fusion.
Skylar Bakko, DC QNCP PAK BFM
Dr Elbonie Hornbuckle Preston
Absolutely we can! We will take X-rays to specifically where the fusion is and make sure that the bones above and below are adjusted.