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What Makes It So Different?

The focus of traditional health care is on germs and blood. Chiropractic is different. Chiropractic produces results by helping your nervous system work the way it should.

It is a scientific fact that your brain, spinal cord and the rest of your nerves control every aspect of your body. Hinder the vital nerve links between your brain and your body, and ill health can result. A common source of interference comes from the moving bones that encase the “information superhighway” of your spinal cord.

The subluxations can produce a variety of health problems. Nerve pressure can cause numbness, weakness, or the underperformance of organs and tissues. Or, spinal misalignment can cause nerve tissue to stretch, chafe, or become irritated. This can distort nerve messages between your body and your brain. The result? Hyperactive organ function, high blood pressure, or even pain.

The medical approach puts chemicals into your bloodstream to change the way your body works. Laxatives to speed up elimination. Antacids to reduce stomach acid. Besides the side effects, possible kidney damage, and fatal mistakes, drugs often ignore the real cause of the problem.

Instead, the focus of chiropractic care is on the integrity of your nervous system. Chiropractic is simple. It’s natural. It honors the wisdom of your body. And it has helped millions enjoy relief and better health for more than a century.

Discover the benefits of Chiropractic… It’s a natural way to deal with whiplash. The most common victim is a driver or a passenger in an auto collision. The jolt causes his/her head to pop back and forth, whip-like.

Whiplash, unfortunately, has been the punch line of lots of jokes. However, it has happened to a lot of people—it is very real and can be very painful and even dangerous. Insurance people wince at the very sound of the word. But it is not a laughing matter to those who have encountered it.

You have seven vertebrae—seven small, movable bones, stacked one atop the other—in your neck, supported solely by muscles and ligaments. They serve as a flexible pedestal for your head.

What you should do, quickly, after any accident is see a Doctor of Chiropractic for a complete examination. Whiplash, by nature, is a typical chiropractic case.

Whiplash can come from causes other than automobile crashes. You may step off a curb, turn an ankle, and perform your own whiplash.

After any mishap—or when you experience any symptoms that could be a result of whiplash—see a chiropractor promptly.

Speed your recovery, prevent disability, and resume routine!

Have you been injured on the job: Does it seem as though you are not getting any better? Are you “pushing” yourself to work around your pain? Don’t just get by, get well with chiropractic! If you or someone you know has been hurt on the job, chiropractic can help.

No matter what your occupation—from a day-care worker to a construction worker—you can benefit from a program of chiropractic care.

Yes! We accept “workers’ comp” cases.

We are qualified to work very closely with you in what we hope will be an early return-to-work program. Our training helps us understand the stresses and strains of your occupation so we can help eliminate your pain and prevent it from recurring.

Our understanding of musculoskeletal injuries makes chiropractic very helpful in the rehabilitation process—without the use of drugs or surgery.

What conditions can chiropractors treat?

Chiropractors are primarily trained to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal and nervous system disorders. While they often focus on conditions related to the spine, they can also address a range of other health issues. Common conditions that chiropractors may treat or help manage indude:

  • Back Pain: Chiropractors are well-kr,own for treating various forms of back pain, including lower back pain, upper back pain, and sciatica.
  • Neck Pain: Chiropractic adjustments can be effective in reducing neck pain and improving neck mobility.
  • Headaches: Chiropractic care is often used to address tension headaches and certain types of migraines.
  • Joint Pain: Chiropractors can provide relief for joint pain in various parts of the body, including the shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles.
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  • Muscle Strains and Sprains: Chiropractic care may help alleviate pain and promote healing in cases of muscle strains and sprains.
  • Sports Injuries: Chiropractors can assist in the rehabilitation of sports-related injuries, aiding in pain relief and recovery.
  • Whiplash: Chiropractors often treat individuals who have suffered whiplash injuries in car accidents or other traumatic events.
  • Arthritis: Chiropractic care may help manage pain and stiffness associated with various forms of arthritis, such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Disc Herniation and Bulges: Chiropractors can provide care for disc-related issues, such as herniated or bulging discs.
  • Posture Problems: Chiropractors often address posture-related issues, which can contribute to chronic pain and musculoskeletal problems.
  • Nerve Pain: Conditions like sciatica, which involve nerve compression, can be treated by chiropractors.
  • Pregnancy-Related Discomfort: Chiropractors may assist pregnant women in managing musculoskeletal pain and discomfort during pregnancy.
  • Childhood Health Issues: Chiropractic care is sometimes used to address various pediatric issues, including colic, ear infections, and certain musculoskeletal conditions.
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Chiropractic care may help manage symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome.
  • Stress and Anxiety: Chiropractic care may contribute to stress reduction and overall well-being.
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Restore your health with chiropractic care. Contact us now for relief!

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