Chiropractors relieve nerve pressure, allowing the patient’s body to heal more naturally.
After 21 years in chiropractic care, we’ve witnessed some truly remarkable results by treating the cause of condition rather than the symptoms.
Your spine is a series of highly movable bones that function to protect your nervous system. Think of your nervous system as a delicate communication network that coordinates all of your body functions.
Stress can accumulate in your spine, causing the bones to displace or misalign; leading to irritation to nerves—the body’s wiring system. This condition is known as VERTEBRAL SUBLUXATION, or simply subluxation.
Like turning down a dimmer switch, subluxations shut off the flow of power in your nervous system and weaken your body from the inside out. Over time, subluxations lead to a wide variety of symptoms, health breakdowns and body signals.
An Optimal Spine Equals Optimal Health
Doctors of Chiropractic specialize in the health and alignment of your spine, as well as the overall function of your nervous system. Through a natural, drug-free approach, chiropractic can restore the alignment of your spine, reduce the stress to your nervous system, and help you experience your full health potential. Lifelong migraine sufferers are headache-free after the top bone of their neck is properly aligned. Sinus problems clear up. People actually scheduled for back surgery are able to avoid the operation.
The first step in determining if chiropractic is right for you is scheduling a comprehensive, no obligation spinal checkup.
Chiropractors relieve nerve pressure, allowing the patient’s body to heal all these ailments more naturally. Below are just some of the chiropractic symptoms we treat every day:
- Ankle/foot pain
- Carpel tunnel syndrome and hand/wrist pain
- Degenerative joint disease in the neck and low back
- Elbow pain
- Headaches, both common and migraine
- Herniated or “slipped” discs
- Hip problems
- Jaw (TMJ) problems
- Knee pain
- Low back pain
- Neck pain, including the pain from whiplash-type injuries suffered in auto accidents
- Menstrual pain
- Sciatica (pain down the leg)
- Shoulder problems
- Improving concentration and reducing anxiety
- Energy levels
- Mobility and balance