Whether it’s for a sports injury, automobile accident, other trauma, or an existing spinal
condition, chiropractic adjustments can put you on the path to better health. Back, shoulder, hip, knee, and foot pain can occur due to misaligned vertebrae and other spinal disorders. A lack of good posture and weak back or core strength may exacerbate your issues.
The spinal cord runs through the spinal column and carries nerve signals from the brain to the
body. If your spine is out of alignment, or subluxated, it’s possible that vertebrae could be pressing on the cord and not allowing your body to express itself at it's maximum potential. Think of it like a water hose; if you step on it, the water stops. Subluxations decrease communication between your nervous system and your body, leading to your organs and muscles not functioning efficiently.
Chiropractic adjustments allow the nervous system to function at its maximum potential,
increase your range of motion, and reduce pain associated with spinal misalignment. We
approach our chiropractic services with a gentle yet effective methodology that focuses on high velocity, low amplitude force.
In addition to manual adjustments, we offer instrument assisted adjustments using an impulse
gun, which exerts the same force as a manual adjustment, but without the suddenness. This is
a great option for those who can’t lay in the necessary positions for adjustment or are timid
about chiropractic treatments.
On your first visit, we will perform a comprehensive exam including orthopedic, muscle, and
neurological testing, and a functional assessment to determine range of motion. Together we
will form a plan for adjustments that keeps you healthy and pain free.
Chiropractic adjustments can be performed on persons of any age who struggle with back pain
or limited mobility. Soft Tissue Mobilization is often used in conjunction with chiropractic
adjustments to improve effectiveness of treatment. If you are currently dealing with a Personal
Injury Case call us today to get the care you need.