I may not be the person to talk to because I am going to a chiropractor pretty regularly for adjustments...for problems related to a hip that was off-kilter and damage to three areas of my spine.
For me, though, the damage and misalignment were clearly visible and I knew where the damage had happened, and when. I also had a chiro who encouraged PT along with adjustments, to help reduce the number of visits over time. I could see a clear need for the treatment, and was reassured by the obvious goal of working toward reducing the need for regular visits.
Now...straightening out all the pieces-parts has helped reduce daily pain, appears to have stopped the progress of the damage, and is helping me function better. However, it has also meant that I have had to address the fact that all the muscles in my right leg are adapted over nearly a decade and thousands of miles of running, to running a little off-kilter, and now I am having to go back to square one and re-train and re-build those muscles, which is a giant freaking PITA...but it is also reducing wear and tear on my knee and my lower back.
So in my case, I feel chiropractic has been a good choice for the long-term, even though I also retain some skepticism of how chiropractic is sometimes sold to consumers.
Your case sounds less clear-cut, and you might be okay just not doing anything for a while and seeing how you feel. Trust you gut. Or your cuboid. Whichever is giving you the most information right now.