Common Conditions We Treat
During pregnancy, women may experience increased spinal curvature, changes to their pelvis, and postural alterations, which can lead to pain and discomfort. We provide a number of safe treatment options, for both mother and child, to address these issues and reestablish proper alignment.
The doctors are certified in Webster Technique which helps to turn a breech presentation gently and effectively.
Accident & Injury
A new medical breakthrough, Spinal Decompression focuses on treating Lower back pain from disc bulges and hernias, sciatica, stenosis, degrative discs, arthritis or facet syndrome.
It was discovered that the effects of spinal decompression relived back pain and increased the height of the disc. This led to the development of this new technology, allowing us to rescue those with chronic back and neck pain.
This non-surgical procedure is ideal for those with clinically unstable low backs and necks, who have tried medication unsuccessfully or have been scheduled for lengthy or alternative therapies. In fact, clinical studies have even shown spinal decompression is effective on patients scheduled for surgery.
Non-surgical decompression creates a negative pressure inside the disc , which draws in the bulging or herniated disc material,. This stimulates the body to undergo a process known as “fibroblast activity,” producing fresh new tissue and cells. Repairing the torn tissue. When complete, it is stronger than before. Please call for a Free Consultation to see if Decompression Therapy is right for you.
We have had great success in helping patients with their headaches. Usually within the first few treatments that patients report less incidence and less severity of their headaches. Most of our headache patients have seen their medical doctor who have run expensive tests such as MRI and CT without finding the cause.
We are thorough and often find the cause of your migraines and tension headaches within minutes of your first exam.
Headaches are the leading cause of missed work and school.
This is what the World Health Organization has to say about headaches
Headache disorders are among the most common disorders of the nervous system.
It has been estimated that almost half of the adult population have had a headache at least once within the last year.
Headache disorders, which are characterized by recurrent headache, are associated with personal and societal burdens of pain, disability, damaged quality of life, and financial cost.
Worldwide, a minority of people with headache disorders are diagnosed appropriately by a health-care provider.
Headache has been underestimated, under-recognized and under-treated throughout the world.
Why suffer any longer? Make an appointment to see if we can help.