Chiropractic care is an intervention that cares for a patient’s neuromusculoskeletal system, including the nerves, muscles, bones, and other soft tissues. Typically, a patient presents with back, neck, or headache symptoms, which the chiropractor reduces by using an array of manual therapy techniques, as well as appropriate rehabilitation. The goal is to reduce pain quickly, adopt techniques for self-management, and for the patient and doctor to make decisions together. Ultimately, incorporating chiropractic care into your life often leads to faster recovery, cost savings, increased productivity, a decrease in chronic pain, and higher overall satisfaction.
Unlike treatments that are primarily “done to you,” we focus your body’s resiliency, empowering you to actively take part in the process through proper nutrition, exercise, as well as other techniques to prevent reoccurrence and optimize performance.
Low Back Pain
Headache / Migraine
Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Pain
Disc Herniations / Bulges
Upper and Middle Back Pain
Numbness / Tingling
Pregnancy-Related Back and Pelvic Pain
Ankle / Foot Pain
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Tennis / Golfer’s Elbow
Rotator Cuff Injuries
Wrist / Hand Pain
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
IT Band Pain
Motor Vehicle / Personal Injury
Based on your history and examination, your chiropractic treatment plan may include the following areas:
Also known as spinal manipulation, this modality improves spinal function and improve joint mobility by using hands or instruments to apply a controlled force into joints with restricted movement.
Manual and instrument-assisted, STT uses superficial/deep massage, trigger point release therapy, and neurodynamics to relieve tender and tight muscles, tendons, and ligaments.
Chiropractic rehabilitation evaluates and treats injuries and dysfunctional movement patterns so you can return to activities with little to no pain and improved body awareness.
The body stays in optimal condition through routine self-care and periodic chiropractic maintenance, a continuing exercise program, attention to nutrition, and exploration of other holistic methods that promote wellness.
One of the first questions patients ask is what evaluation and treatment will look like. During your initial assessment, we will review your medical history and areas of pain and discomfort. Then, we will perform a chiropractic exam broken down into physical, orthopedic, and neurological testing. Based on the evaluation, we will provide a report of findings and a detailed treatment plan.