Common Conditions Treated

While chiropractors may be most often thought of for treating back and neck pain, research studies underscore the safety and effectiveness of chiropractic treatment for a wide variety of disorders. The chiropractic profession is recognized as a valid first-line treatment option for many health conditions. As chiropractors, we believe our job is to correct neurologic and musculoskeletal malfunction, to reduce and eliminate pain, and to promote wellness. Here are some common conditions treated by chiropractors:

  • Neuropathy (Nerve Pain And Tingling)

    Neuropathy refers to symptoms caused by damage to nerves that branch out from the brain and spinal cord. Chiropractic care takes a natural approach to treating neuropathy and can often help reduce symptoms and increase function.

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  • Osteoarthritis Of the Spine (Spondylosis)

    Over 80% percent of adults over the age of 40 show evidence of osteoarthritis, or degenerative changes to the spine, on X-rays. Osteoarthritis of the spine can't be reversed, but chiropractic care can slow down its progression.

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  • Pregnancy Pain

    Keeping the spine in proper alignment during pregnancy helps reduce pain and gets the body into an optimal state for delivery. Chiropractic care can help maintain wellness both during pregnancy and after.

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  • Joint Pain

    Joint pain can keep you from enjoying many activities, but chiropractic treatment can provide relief and help you stay active. It may even slow the progression of joint damage.

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  • Mid/Upper Back Pain

    Research shows that chiropractic care is effective in treating mid and upper back pain as well as improving range of motion and posture. So before you consider more invasive treatments, find out what chiropractic can do for you.

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  • Posture Problems

    Posture problems such as swayback, hunchback, flatback syndrome and forward head posture can result in pain, loss of function and injury. Chiropractors treat conditions caused by poor posture and help you maintain better posture and a healthier spine over the long term.

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