Many symptoms of chronic pain and conditions due to spinal injury can be naturally cured with chiropractic therapies like chiropractic adjustment and spinal decompression.
Neck pain is a common complaint. Neck pain can be caused by many different disorders and diseases. Whiplash, herniated disc, pinched nerve, and fibromyalgia are just some of the most common causes of neck pain. People who play sports, work in an office or have been in a car accident are at high risk of developing acute or chronic neck pain. Learn more about neck pain >
Lower back pain can be a sharp pain or a dull persistent pain that gradually gets worse. There are many conditions that can cause lower back pain. The most common causes are heavy lifting, sitting or standing long periods of time, bending or twisting awkwardly or a forceful movement. Learn more about lower back pain >
Sciatica is a pain that emanates along the pathway of the sciatic nerve that runs along the lower back through the hips and down each leg. Sciatica occurs when the sciatic nerve is pinched by a herniated disk or bone spur in the vertebrae. Learn more about sciatica >
Whiplash is a neck injury most often caused by rear-ending auto accidents. The violent whipping back and forth movement of the neck is the cause of the neck injury. The motion can injure the spine, muscles, nerve ligaments and the tissue surrounding the neck. Learn more about whiplash >
A herniated disk refers to a problem with the disks between the vertebrae of your spine. Most herniated disk injuries occur in the lower back, lumbar spine but the can also occur in the neck as well. Learn more about herniated disk >
A bulging disk is when the disk bulges outside the space where it normally lies between your vertebrae. Some discs bulge as part of the aging process. It only becomes serious when it causes a narrowing of the spinal canal. Learn more about bulging disk >
Vertebral subluxation occurs when the alignment and movement of the spine are compromised due to functional or structural changes caused by bad posture, long periods of sitting, car accidents, improper form when lifting or stress. Learn more about vertebral subluxation >
The temporomandibular joint is what connects your jawbone to your skull. TMJ can cause a tenderness or pain in you jaw or around your ear. TMJ disorder can occur if the joints cartilage is damaged or the disk erodes or moves out of proper alignment. Learn more about TMJ >
Our chiropractors use highly-effective chiropractic techniques to improve spinal biomechanics and reduce nervous system interference. Whatever your condition, we have the best chiropractors, acupuncturist, professional massage therapists, and personal trainers ready to help you achieve your optimal health naturally.
As a leader in rehabilitative care, we use the latest technology and research to treat a range of conditions. We help athletes build strength, improve balance and flexibility.
Tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis) is a muscle strain injury that usually occurs by constant motion of the wrist and arm. It is a condition that causes individuals to feel pain when they overwork the tendons in their elbow. Learn more about tennis elbow >
Achilles tendinitis is a sports injury that develops from overusing the Achilles tendon (the tough band of tissue that connects the calf muscles to the heel bone). This condition occurs mostly in runners, especially those who suddenly increase the intensity of their runs. Learn more about Achilles tendinitis >
Plantar fasciitis is a condition occurring around the heel bone that causes inflammation and pain. There is a thick band of fibrous tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes (plantar fascia), and when an injury occurs around this region it can become an annoyance to daily activities. Typically, it is easy to diagnose and treat. Learn more about plantar fasciitis >
A hamstring strain is a common injury that occurs when you pull one of your three hamstring muscles. The three muscles that run behind your thigh is the hamstring. Since the muscles are so large, straining them can be very painful. Hamstring strains typically happen in athletes, especially those involved in running sports. Learn more about hamstring strain >
We combine the latest sports medicine technology and research with advanced chiropractic treatments to ensure athletes recover faster and stronger then before the the injury. The doctor will start with a comprehensive evaluation to determine the best treatment program for you. Our focus is to get injured athletes back to activity as quickly and safely as possible.