What Is Difference between chiropractors and physiotherapists?

There is a lot of overlap between the chiropractors and physiotherapists. The chiropractors and physiotherapists both treat joints and musculoskeletal problems to increase movement and power, decrease the pain and help return you to complete function. The main difference between these two professionals is chiropractors traditionally uses direction, and a physiotherapist will more commonly use mobilization techniques.

Chiropractors and physiotherapists both use medical tools like ultrasound, Graston or activators to help make adjustments.

Physiotherapists can help to:

#Help you to decrease pain in a specific area
#restore movement of normal joint 
#Make better function
#help you to become sporty again
#complete post-operative restoration programmes
#full Biomechanical Evaluations
#prescribe exercises
#Correct your posture
#complete Ergonomic Assessments

They should listen to you and understand your matters and problems.
The therapist must know why its important to you that the problems are addressed and corrected.
They should use only treatments that show effect.
They should be experienced in treating similar injuries and understand how you can get the best results.
The therapist should keep eyes regularly to the patient in the process and their improvement.
Chiropractors do:
Chiropractic is a fundamental healthcare profession, training in the diagnosis, therapy, and prevention of neuromusculoskeletal diseases and their effects on the function of the nervous system and overall health. It is particularly related to the spine.

Some problems associated with the musculoskeletal system can be caused by accidents, stress in the body, long time inactivity, bad posture, weakness and everyday wear, and tear. These problems may make stress on the nerves in the body.

The Chiropractors use specific guidance to free joints in the spine or other areas of the body that are not moving properly and give patients advice on exercise, self-help, diet, and lifestyle. Chiropractors regularly promote rehabilitation programmes and provide advice on posture.