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Most subluxations have existed for years, causing harm to the nervous system and its control of the bodily functions. When the subluxation is removed by the adjustment, repair of the damage caused must take place before the patient can recover. Repair of tissue takes time.
Some patients experience almost instant relief. Others discover it can take four weeks (musculoskeletal symptoms) to 3 months (systemic problems) depending on the severity of the condition. Many factors can affect the healing process:
Within a short period of time (usually 30 days), most patients sense enough progress to fully carry out their doctor’s recommendations. Many patients who complete initial intensive care and reach stabilization, only come in 3 or 4 times year to maintain the progress they have made.