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Dr. Grant Watkins

Chief Executive Officer
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Waterloo, Illinois


Logan University



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Witnessing Natural Power

As a chiropractor, I have had the privilege of helping thousands of patients over the past 24 years. I have treated a wide variety of conditions including headaches, neck pain, low back pain, and pain in the arms or legs. One of the cases that had a significant impact on me when I first started my practice was a patient who had been suffering from severe abdominal cramps for years.

This patient would experience such severe spasms that she would have to curl up into a fetal position for 2 to 3 days at a time, once a month. She would not be able to walk and would be in tears for days. After exhausting all other options and opinions in the health field, she was referred to me by a family member who asked if I thought I could do anything to help.

At the time, she was having a severe spasm and I agreed to go see her and see what I could do. After examining her, I slowly started to adjust around the pelvis to her tolerance and stretch out some of the ligaments and muscles that were in spasm. Gradually, the tears stopped, her breathing slowed and she started to gradually come out of the fetal position. I remember her looking at me and asking what I had done. At that moment, I realized how powerful chiropractic was and it was my introduction to seeing thousands of people respond positively to Chiropractic treatment.

One of the things that I love about being a chiropractor is that I get to help people in a very tangible way. Whether it's helping someone who is suffering from chronic pain or helping an athlete to perform at their best, the satisfaction of seeing someone improve as a result of my treatment is truly rewarding.

*The results in this story don't reflect every patient’s experience with chiropractic care. Results vary based on patient condition.

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Common Conditions

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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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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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