• Headache and Migraines Relief
• Pregnant Women /  Babies and Children
• Auto Accidents
• Whiplash Injuries
• Painful Hands, Elbows, Knees, Arms, Feet, Shoulders, Wrists
• General Back and Neck Pain
• Obesity-related back and joint pain
• Sciatica
• Hip, Knee, Ankle, and Foot Problems
• Scoliosis
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Jaw Pain/TMJ Syndrome
• Sports Injuries

Chiropractic Care Consists of Three Phases:

1. The Acute Phase

• The doctor’s first objective is to return the spine to its normal position and restore body balance. This reactivates the bodys self-healing ability and aids in pain reduction. During the initial stabilization period, a number of corrections may be necessary. Once the spine is in a stable position or holding, many patients may maintain their corrections for weeks, months, or even years. Recovery will continue as long as the correction is maintained. Patients who allow adequate time for the correction and stabilization of the spine will see the best long-term results.

2. Body Stabilization and the Healing Phase

• Most patients see results quickly. However, the first six weeks after the initial correction are generally considered the recovery and healing phase. During this period, body balance is monitored to insure the correction is maintained and healing continues.

3. Health Maintenance Phase

• During the health maintenance phase, the body begins to return to optimum health. Patients begin learning new and better ways to care for themselves, which aids in maintaining the stability of the spinal correction. DISCLAIMER: This Web site is not a prescription for or diagnosis of any disease or condition. Information is based on the assumption that a thorough examination was done previously and the reader is under the care of a medical professional. This information is not a substitute for a live doctor.