CONDITIONS WE TREAT

We Specialize in these conditions:

Headaches -  Headaches are a common problem that can be triggered by many different factors, from stress to an undiagnosed spinal injury. If you suffer from headache, chiropractic can help! 


Neck Pain and  whiplash –  Do you have a pain in your neck? Chiropractic treatment can be an effective, non-surgical way to alleviate neck pain and get back your full range of motion. Learn more about different causes of neck pain and how chiropractic services can help. 


shoulder Pain – The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the human body. The joint includes four tendons that hold muscle to bone. Together, these four "rotator cuff" tendons stabilize the upper arm bone to the shoulder socket and allow a wide range of motion in the shoulder. 


Arm Pain –  Arm pain can result from an injury to the head or neck, or it can be caused by the strain of repetitive tasks at work. Learn how chiropractic treatment can help relieve arm pain. 


Low Back Pain -  Low back pain is a very common pain symptom. One out of three of us suffer from some kind of back pain every year, and many people live with chronic spinal pain. The good news is that chiropractic has been shown over and over to be an effective treatment of back pain. Here's a collection of articles that discuss how chiropractic can help in the treatment of back pain. 


Knee Pain -  Knee pain is one of the most commonly treated orthopedic ailments. Our knees are subject to a tremendous amount of weight-bearing forces. These forces are best handled in a straight forward to backward motion. This is the primary motion the knee joint was designed for. Shearing force (force from the sides) and torque (rotational force) are more difficult for the knee joint to handle. Shear and torque account for many of the sports related knee injuries.  


 Sciatica  -  If you have low back pain that radiates down the legs, chances are you are suffering from sciatica. Sciatica is pain that is felt in the lower back or buttocks that travels to one or both legs. The main culprit, the sciatic nerve, is somehow compressed, which then causes this referred pain. The pain that is involved in sciatica is described to be dull, achy, sharp and/or needle-like, and is often described as getting shocked with a low voltage of electricity. 


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)  -  If you live with CTS, you know that the tingling, burning, numbness, and loss of strength can have a profound effect on every aspect of your life. Chiropractic and Massage care can offer a drug-free, non-invasive way to treat your carpal tunnel syndrome. 


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