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Chiropractic Medicine

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Chiropractic is a holistic health care profession that delves into disorders affecting multiple systems in our bodies and their impact on overall health. Our approach involves utilizing one or a combination of techniques tailored to each individual's needs.

 

At the core of chiropractic medicine are various treatments designed to enhance functional independence, prevent further loss of function, and maintain or improve the quality of life for those facing physical illnesses or conditions.

 

For our injured patients, our primary goal is clear – to guide them back to a pain-free state where their bodies can function at their best. As a dedicated team, we strive to achieve this goal through a combination of in-office therapy modalities and customized at-home exercises.

 

Understanding that every patient and case is unique, we emphasize individualized treatment plans. Here are the typical recovery stages and their levels of care:

Relief Care:

Chiropractic treatments are administered multiple times per week until the patient achieves the desired results. The focus is on relieving pain and discomfort.

 

Corrective Care:

Chiropractic treatments are provided multiple times per week for several weeks. The aim is to reduce discomfort, improve spinal joint range of motion, enhance overall flexibility, and correct spinal alignment and posture.

 

Wellness Care:

The goal is to proactively prevent movement restrictions, reduce stress buildup, and maintain optimal performance.

 

Chiropractic care has proven effective in treating a wide range of conditions, including but not limited to:

- Muscular sprains/strains

- Torticollis (stiff neck)

- Low back pain

- Upper back pain

- Mid back pain

- Plantar fasciitis

- Various shoulder issues (stiffness, loss of range of motion, etc.)

- Runner's/jumper's knee

- Pregnancy-related aches/stiffness

- Carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms

- Tennis/golfer's elbow

- Flat feet

- Muscle spasms

- Numbness/tingling sensations in extremities

- Musculoskeletal pain

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