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Custom Designed Office for Relaxation

X-Ray Results
Pelvic X-Ray

Special Services //

Treatments //

Auto Accidents

Workers Compensation Injuries

Sports Injuries

Neck/Back Pain

Disc Problems


Muscle Spasms and various Skeletal Problems

Sports Injuries: Chiropractic care can be used to treat a wide array of sports injuries, including torn muscles, strained tendons, and/or sprained ligaments.

Whiplash: DCs treat many different injuries that affect the spine, but one of the most common is whiplash. Whiplash injuries occur when a collision, such as a car accident, causes the head to whip back and forth on the axis of the neck.

Migraines: These intense headaches often stem from neck pain and respond well to chiropractic treatment.

Sciatica: A form of pinched nerve, sciatica often results from improper alignment of the lumbar spine. DCs use HVLA to reverse or ease sciatica symptoms, such as leg pain.

Myofascial Pain: This disorder occurs when the fascia that bounds your muscles together becomes inflamed, causing painful “knots” or “adhesions” to form in the muscle. If you develop this syndrome, then you might need a chiropractor to release these “trigger” points.

…Among many more!

Simple Therapies for Muscle Pain //

  • Hot & Cold Therapy: Many joint injuries, as well as arthritis, heal fastest when alternating rounds of hot & cold therapy are applied. As such, your DC may use ice packs to reduce local swelling or inflammation, before switching over to heat. In contrast, heating pads or wraps serve to increase (instead of reduce) blood flow. This method draws white blood cells with healing factors to the target area.

  • Massage Therapy: Before attempting HVLA, your DC may use massage therapy to loosen up your muscles and prevent injury. In addition, your chiropractor may employ a licensed massage therapist (MT) on site. A certified MT may offer more advanced techniques, like myofascial release or hot stone massage.

  • Electrotherapy: During electrotherapy, your DC will place a sticky pad containing an electrode over a painful area in your neck and back. When your DC turns the machine on, a gentle buzz of electricity will be sent through the back. Electrotherapy units, like TENS, can be used to reduce muscle spasms, relieve pain, and nurture bone regrowth–among other uses!

  • Ultrasound Therapy: Ultrasound therapy uses vibrations from sound to create heat deep inside your muscles. This heat serves to increase blood flow and relax the muscles. You can think of ultrasound therapy as combining the best worlds of heat therapy and massage.

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