Chiropractic Spinal Adjustments
- Cox Leander Flexion Distraction (gentle)
- Activator (gentle)
- Logan Basic (gentle)
- Thompson Drop
- Active Release
- Myofascial Release
- Assisted stretching
- At-home exercise program
- Electrical Stimluation
- Spinalator rolling massage table
- Infrared light
- Low back
Who can chiropractic help?
Millions of people turn to a chiropractor each year for help to reduce pain and improve their health. They have sought treatment for a wide variety of conditions.
Here is a brief summary of circumstances where a chiropractor can help.
You are simply in pain
Neck pain, back pain, and headaches are the most common problems in which people seek chiropractic help, but other muscle and joint pain like plantar fasciitis, tennis elbow, and bursitis can also be treated. Chiropractors look for segmental joint restriction and the compensated muscles that are causing your pain.
You have been in an accident
Even minor accidents can lead to problems to your spine. Pain and stiffness may set in immediately or may develop within a few days, but they are not the only indicators that their is a problem. Without a check-up and necessary treatment, you may develop early onset arthritis and chronic stiffness.
You are pregnant
The additional weight and stress on the framework of the body during pregnancy can cause widespread pain. Chiropractic is a safe method to handle theses aches. Many moms continue to see a chiropractor after the baby is born from the new stress of carrying the baby.
You are a dancer
Dancing uses the entire body. Even without pain, any restricted joint from the neck all the way down to a big toe will cause compensation making the dancer more vulnerable to injury. A chiropractor can examine and treat existing injuries while testing you for other imbalances lowering your risks for future complications.
You are a runner
Running provides repeated stress on the lower body explaining why injuries like IT band syndrome and shin splints are so common amongst runners. Having a chiropractor balance your pelvis and adjust your ankles, knees, and hips can prevent and fix injuries.
You are an athlete
Joint and muscle imbalances can cause repetitive stress and overuse as your are training. This may negatively affect one’s range of motion, strength, reflexes, endurance, and performance. Chiropractic can improve joint function keeping you in the game.
You have children
Colic, ear infections, and tumbles are common reasons parents bring their children and babies to a chiropractor.
You have been offered an AARP membership
Pain does not have to be part of aging. Keeping active and improving posture with chiropractic care can keep you feeling young.
You feel fine, but you are looking for whole body health and wellness
Going to the chiropractor for maintenance can be just like going to the dentist for a teeth clean.