• Stress Relief

    Many people feel the effects of stress physically, even if the root cause is mental or emotional. Chiropractors can help you identify sources of stress, create a plan to help reduce those stressors, and treat their physical symptoms.

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  • Sports Injuries

    Over 8 million Americans per year suffer sports injuries. Chiropractic care can get you back in the game—and help prevent future injuries.

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  • Sleep Quality

    Without quality sleep, our bodies can’t rest and repair, our energy can’t be replenished, and important hormones aren’t released. If you suffer from sleep problems, chiropractic care may be able to help.

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  • Workplace Injuries

    With workplace injuries occurring at the rate of 1 every 7 seconds, chiropractic helps millions of people get back to work each year—and it can help with prevention of injury as well.

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  • Whiplash

    Around 1 million whiplash injuries occur in the U.S every year, and they can cause severe pain that can disrupt even the smallest daily activities for an extended time. Chiropractic care can help.

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  • Tennis Elbow

    Tennis elbow is a painful condition that develops from certain repetitive arm motions. As with other types of tendonitis, chiropractic treatment can alleviate the pain of tennis elbow and help prevent it from returning.

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  • Wrist Pain

    An injury to the structures of the wrist can have a disabling impact on daily life. Because chiropractors specialize in disorders of the musculoskeletal system, we can help diagnose and treat many types of wrist pain with noninvasive techniques.

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  • TMJ Disorders

    TMJ disorders cause pain and limited function in and around the jaw. Chiropractors can diagnose jaw joint disorders and treat many uncomfortable symptoms.

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  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

    Thoracic outlet syndrome occurs when nerves or blood vessels are compressed in the collarbone and shoulder area, leading to tingling, numbness, pain and weakness in the shoulder, neck, arm or hand. Chiropractic treatment can alleviate symptoms and treat the cause of compression.

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  • Tech Neck/Text Neck

    Heavy technology use can stress your muscles and spine, resulting in “tech neck” or “text neck.” This can result in headaches, stiffness, and even arthritis and breathing difficulties. Chiropractic can reduce your risk of tech neck and treat its effects.

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  • Sprains And Strains

    Sprains and strains are common injuries to the soft tissues in the body such as the ligaments, muscles and tendons. If you’re experiencing symptoms of a sprain or strain, we can help diagnose the condition and relieve symptoms.

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  • Spinal Stenosis

    Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the passage through which the spinal cord or nerves run. When there are symptoms, they can range from mild to debilitating—but chiropractic care can help you feel better and stand straighter.

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  • Scoliosis

    Scoliosis—an abnormal sideways curve of the spine—causes pain and fatigue for some people. While chiropractic care cannot cure an abnormally curved spine, it can keep you more mobile and reduce pain and fatigue.

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  • Tendonitis

    Tendonitis is an inflammation of the tissue that attaches your muscles to your bones. Left untreated, tendonitis can lead to chronic pain and further injury, but chiropractic care can help you heal naturally.

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  • Trigger Point Therapy

    Trigger point therapy entails putting pressure on “trigger points,” or tender nodules found in the muscle, to release tension, relieve pain and correct dysfunction of a muscle.

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  • Stretching and Strengthening Exercises

    Stretching and strengthening exercises can increase flexibility, create joint stability, improve posture or decrease pain, so they are often part of a chiropractic treatment plan.

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  • Spinal Decompression

    Spinal decompression is a technique that utilizes traction to open space between vertebrae, pump the discs with nutrients, and help injured and herniated discs.

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  • Why See a Chiropractor?

    In addition to treating back and neck pain, chiropractors treat many other conditions. More importantly, we can help you attain and then maintain good health throughout life.

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  • Spinal Manipulation/Adjustment

    Spinal manipulation (adjustment) is the main form of treatment performed by chiropractors. There are many adjustment techniques, and all have the goal of relieving pressure on joints, reducing inflammation and improving nerve function.

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  • Therapeutic Ultrasound

    In therapeutic ultrasound, high-frequency sound waves stimulate soft tissues of the body to ease pain and tightness and promote healing.

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  • Stages of Chiropractic Care

    There are three stages of chiropractic care, each accomplishing different goals. The stage of care you are in depends on your condition and how you are responding to treatment.

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  • What Is a Subluxation?

    Chiropractors are trained to identify and correct subluxations, or imbalances primarily in the spine but also in the extremities that can interfere with nerve signals that travel between the brain and the body.

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  • X-Rays in Chiropractic Care

    X-rays can be a useful tool for identifying several spine and joint conditions and for guiding treatment. They allow us to see abnormal curvature of the spine and evaluate arthritic or growth changes that could not be detected without imaging

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  • Therapeutic Massage

    Research shows that therapeutic massage can be a great addition to other chiropractic treatments. Unlike spa massage, it targets specific areas of increased muscle tension and its goal is to restore optimal muscle function, resulting in decreased pain and tension.

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  • The Spine and How It Works

    The spine is an amazing structure that supports our body and serves as the passageway for nerves that allow us to function. Understanding the spine and how to take care of it goes a long way toward keeping us healthy and moving.

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  • Research and Safety

    Research shows that chiropractic offers safe and effective treatment for a wide range of conditions. Because chiropractic care is natural and drug-free, risk is extremely small—less than that of most medications.

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  • Pinched Nerve

    When a nerve is pinched, you may feel pain, tingling, numbness or muscle weakness. Chiropractors aim to identify the source of the problem in order to provide treatment that can relieve pressure on nerves.

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  • Rotator Cuff Injuries

    When there is injury or inflammation of the rotator cuff—the muscles and tendons that stabilize the shoulder—it can cause pain and limited movement. Chiropractic care may be able to help ease the pain and prevent further degeneration of the shoulder joint.

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  • Sciatica

    Chiropractic is an effective treatment for sciatica—pain due to a pinched sciatic nerve. Up to 40% of people suffer from this condition at some point, but chiropractic care can alleviate the pain and make you less prone to sciatica in the future.

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  • Neuropathy (Nerve Pain And Tingling)

    Neuropathy refers to symptoms caused by damage to nerves that branch out from the brain and spinal cord. Chiropractic care takes a natural approach to treating neuropathy and can often help reduce symptoms and increase function.

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  • Repetitive Stress Injuries

    Repetitive stress injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis can interfere with daily life. Chiropractors can treat these injuries and help prevent them.

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  • Osteoarthritis Of the Spine (Spondylosis)

    Over 80% percent of adults over the age of 40 show evidence of osteoarthritis, or degenerative changes to the spine, on X-rays. Osteoarthritis of the spine can't be reversed, but chiropractic care can slow down its progression.

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  • Neck Pain

    Neck pain is second only to lower back pain as the reason for seeking chiropractic care. Unfortunately, the incredible flexibility of the neck that allows us to move our head freely also makes the neck more susceptible to injury.

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