About Chiropractic
What is Chiropractic?

  • Chiropractic  is a health care discipline that emphasizes the inherent
    recuperative power of the body to heal itself without the use of drugs or
    surgery. The practice of chiropractic focuses on the relationship between
    structure and function of the body and how that relationship affects the
    preservation and restoration of health. In addition, doctors of chiropractic
    recognize the value and responsibility of working in cooperation with other
    health care practitioners when in the best interest of the patient.

  • Chiropractors provide conservative management of neuromuscular disorders
    and related functional manifestations including, but not limited to back pain, neck
    pain and headaches.

  • Chiropractors are expert providers of spinal and other therapeutic
    manipulation/adjustments. They also utilize a variety of manual, mechanical and
    electrical therapeutic modalities.

  • Chiropractors provide patient evaluation and instructions regarding disease
    prevention and health promotion through proper nutrition, exercise and lifestyle
    modification among others. The range of diagnostic and therapeutic services
    offered by chiropractic is dynamic and will be modified by education, research,
    technological change and society's evolving health care needs.

  • Chiropractic diagnostic and therapeutic goals are achieved safely, quickly and
    economically to promote patient health and independence.

  • Chiropractors offer accessible and appropriate care to all  populations groups.
Conditions that may
benefit from
Chiropractic care?
Neck Pain
Lower Back Pain
Mid Back Pain
   
Arthritis   
Musculoskeletal Pain
Work Injuries
Auto Accidents       
Whiplash
Joint Pain
Chronic/Acute Pain
Stenosis
Whiplash                  
Headaches
Sports Injuries
Neuralgia
Sciatica