Chiropractic Services


Neckpain, Whiplash & Headaches

 
 
 
 
 
 

Neckpain

The Chiropractic approach to neck pain is to locate its underlying issue. This begins with a complete case-history and thorough examination. special attention is given to the structure and function of the spine and its effects on the nervous system.
 
 

Whiplash

Whiplash is most commonly received from riding in a car that is struck from behind or that collides with another object. When the head is jerked back and forth beyond its normal limits, the supporting muscles and ligaments can be stretched or torn.
 

Headaches

An overlooked cause of headaches is the malfunction of spinal bones in the head and upper back. Most people can reach correction or relief through chiropractic care.
 
 
 

Back Pain & Disc Problems

 
 
 
 
 

Lower Back Pain

Low back pain results in millions of dollars of lost work and suffering every day. This can be caused by improper sitting or lifting, overexertion, trauma, or spinal abnormalities that may contribute to the cause. Your chiropractor is an expert at using specific adjustment to help improve spinal function.
 

Mid-back Pain

Mid-back pain is one of the most common complaints most patients report when they first visit a chiropractor. The Mid-back area is highly-reactive and can compensate for the pelvis and lower back region, or the upper neck and spine area. Sitting at a computer or driving for long periods of time are two common reasons for mid-back pain. Symptoms can range from muscle tightness, spasms, trigger points, and restrictive range of motions.
 

Disc Problems

The chiropractic approach to disc problems is to help restore better motion and position to the spinal joint. Besides reducing disc bulging, better spinal function helps decrease inflammation so the slow process of healing the surrounding soft tissue can begin. Many patients can avoid surgery or pain pills by choosing chiropractic care.
 
 
 
 

Sciatica & Scoliosis

Sciatica is a set of symptoms including pain caused by general compression or irritation of one of five spinal nerve roots of each sciatic nerve—or by compression or irritation of the left or right or both sciatic nerves.

Symptoms include lower back pain, buttock pain, and numbness, pain or weakness in various parts of the leg and foot. Other symptoms include a "pins and needles" sensation, or tingling and difficulty moving or controlling the leg. Typically, symptoms only manifest on one side of the body.

The pain may radiate above the knee, but does not always.Scoliosis is a medical condition in which a person's spinal axis has a three-dimensional deviation. Although it is a complex three-dimensional deformity, on an X-ray, viewed from the rear, the spine of an individual with scoliosis can resemble an "S" or a "?", rather than a straight line.