Doctors of chiropractic (DC's) diagnose and treat a wide variety of conditions, without prescribing drugs or performing surgery. On an initial visit, a chiropractor will record a patient's medical history, conduct physical, neurological, and orthopedic examinations, and may order laboratory tests, X-rays, and other diagnostic images. They also do a physical evaluation of the posture and spine using techniques specific to chiropractic. DC's treat their patients by adjusting the joints of the spinal column. They also utilize many modalities to complement the spinal adjustment such as traction, massage, ultrasound, electrical stimulation, heat and cold. Chiropractors educate and counsel patients about various health concepts, including nutrition, supplementation, and changes in lifestyle, ergonomics, and stress management.

When the body sustains an injury, the central nervous system is called upon to respond. Chiropractic treatment is based on the principle that spinal joint misalignments interfere with the nervous system and can result in lower resistance to disease and many different conditions, causing diminished health. Chiropractic adjustments are ideal for reinstituting balance and ease, as well as minimizing the potential for additional injuries.

Spinal adjustments or corrections become necessary when one or more of the bones (vertebrae) of your spine move out of position, creating pressure or irritation to your spinal nerves, which can lead to neck and back pain, and reduce the function of a body system. We locate these fixated or subluxated joints, and correct them with a series of chiropractic adjustments to safely and naturally realign your spine. We employ Diversified technique to improve your nervous and immune system functions.

Treatment reduces muscle spasm, stress, inflammation, and will correct spinal misalignments that can cause:

• Neck & Back Pain
• Reduced Joint Range of Motion
• Radiating Arm & Leg Pain (Sciatica)
• Spinal Degeneration
• Herniated Discs
• Failed Back Surgery
• Headaches