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Common Conditions

Explore the various conditions patients often have and how chiropractic care is able to manage their pain.

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Ankle Pain

Experiencing burning, stabbing, aching, or throbbing may come suddenly from an injury or fall can indicate ankle pain.

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Used to describe pain, swelling, or stiffness in the joints, and is related to osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

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Bulging Disc

Occurs when the tough outer wall of the annulus becomes weak and starts to squeeze out between the vertebrae.

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Caused by inflammation fluid-filled sacs near the joints that cushion bones, muscles, and tendons to reduce friction.

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Carpal Tunnel

Consistent movement, pressure, or vibration of hands wear tissues and cause inflammation which often result in carpal tunnel.

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Ear Infections

Occurs when tubes which run from the ear to throat become swollen, irritated, or blocked which cause fluid to build up.

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Term used for pain felt in the head, upper neck, face, and eyes that range in severity from mild to severe or debilitating.

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Low Back Pain

Movement, sensitivity, and pain occurs when one or more of the 31 complex nerve pairs disrupt signals to the brain.

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Specific causes are largely unknown but it’s thought to be the result of abnormal brain activity which affects nerve signals.

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Neck Pain

The neck connects the central nervous system to the torso and is supported by muscles, when strained or injured, cause pain.

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Tingling sensations in lower extremities are caused by the sciatic nerve being compressed, pinched, damaged, or blocked.

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Still being researched, 20% of cases are caused by vertebrae malformation, muscular diseases, or by degenerative conditions.

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Shoulder Pain

Pain can suddenly appear or develop over time due to injury, overuse, overexertion, or from underlying conditions.

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Upper Back Pain

Often caused by muscle strains, pain can signal something wrong with the spine and its supporting structures and tissues.

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The most frequent cause of vertigo in all age groups occurs in up to 25% of patients with migraines.

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Neck and ligament strains most commonly caused by violent, abrupt motions in situations like a car crash or sports injury.

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Insurance Accepted

We accept most major insurance carriers. Contact the office to see if your specific insurance plan covers chiropractic care.

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Office Locations

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Meet the Doctors

Learn more about our professional Chiropractors who are eager to help you feel like yourself again.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Calm your nerves with answers to the most commonly asked questions among new patients.

Do I have to be popped?

The short answer is no. There are many different adjusting techniques chiropractors use to treat patients. The popping sound is nitrogen oxide escaping the joint and happens when someone cracks their knuckles.

Does it hurt to be adjusted?

The majority of patients report their adjustment is painless. However, some experience involuntarily stiffen or resist the adjustment and feel a small amount of discomfort until they are able to relax during treatment.

How long does the average visit take?

Your first visit usually takes between 30 to 45 minutes to complete because we exam each patient's body and run necessary tests. The following appointments usually last 10 to 15 minutes.

What's the difference between a chiropractor and a medical doctor?

A medical doctor tends to use drugs and surgery to change the way the body works.  chiropractors focus on the integrity of the nervous system, lifestyle, and environment to restore it's ability to heal itself.