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Dr. Miranda Gile

Clinic Director
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Poland, ME


Logan University



Dr. Gile adjusting a patient's neck
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Dr. Gile adjusting a patient's neck
Dr. Gile adjusting a patient's back
Dr. Gile adjusting a patient's back
Dr. Gile adjusting a patient's back
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Witnessing Natural Power

The most memorable patient I've had was a 58 year old man. He came into the office and explained that he was experiencing chronic migraines in which he’s never really had growing up.

While talking to him during his new patient exam, he mentioned that he had been in a vehicle accident in 2014 where he hit his head and jaw. Ever since the accident, he has suffered headaches that gradually became worse and worse over time.

Leading up to this point, he had MRIs and CT scans taken at the hospital where nothing was discovered. He visited an orthopedic surgeon, dentist, physical therapist, and even other local chiropractors with no conclusions. The only relief he was able to experience from all the healthcare facilities was from dry needling.

I created a unique treatment plan for him which consisted of 3 visits a week for 4 weeks, then dropped it down to 2 visits for 4 weeks, then 1 time a week for his final month, and included dry needling. During the first month, his neck, mid-back, and jaw muscles were extremely tight and he became discouraged with his progress. I encouraged him that we needed to continue treatment because I wanted him to quit using alcohol for his pain relief. My personal goal was to get him back on track so he could start spending precious time with his family again.

We kept pushing on and eventually his muscles began to relax due to the various adjustment techniques, dry needling, and EMS. Soon after, his headaches went from every day to about once per week and were pretty mild. From time-to-time he’d have a flair up with a severe migraine which is fairly common when someone has a very demanding job.

Since the start of his treatment plan, he completed 30 visits and has been on Wellness Care for two months. During the past two months he reported that he didn’t have any headaches, has lost weight, felt much better, and was able to spend time with his family again.

This experience has been a huge eye opener for me and is a true reflection of the power of chiropractic care. Our team is very happy with the progress he has made, and we’re eager to help others live their healthiest lives as soon as possible.

*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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