why chiropractic?

 

Pain Relief & Healing

 

Chiropractic care is used to treat a variety of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. Through the use of gentle, non-invasive chiropractic adjustments, proper spinal and extremity alignment will allow your body to heal naturally and function optimally so you can obtain pre-injury status. 

Postural Training

 

Left untreated, poor posture is a serious issue that can lead to improper biomechanics resulting in chronic pain. Chiropractic care helps to reinforce the natural curves of your spine, allowing the surrounding soft tissue to function correctly.

Proper Organ Function

 

Chiropractic directly affects organ function by relieving nerve interference caused by misalignments in the spinal column. A minimally displaced vertebra can put pressure on the surrounding spinal nerves, resulting in improper signal transmission along those nerves to the organs they innervate. Patients receiving regular chiropractic  treatment may see improvements in respiratory, GI, reproductive, and immune system function.  


Enhanced Athletic Performance

Chiropractic care is extremely beneficial to athletes of all kinds, and has been referred to by some professional athletes as the, "competitive edge." Proper bony alignment, musculoskeletal function, and biomechanics leads to a decrease in sports related injuries, improved healing and recovery times, and increases in speed and strength. It may also help slow the progression of "wear and tear" on joints. 

Prenatal Care

Moms to be can get adjusted too! Regular chiropractic care during pregnancy can help alleviate low back and hip pain commonly associated with pregnancy, and also promote a less complicated birthing process. 


Stress Management

Stress, both emotional and physical, causes physiological changes in your body via the nervous system that can trigger an increase in heart rate, sweating, indigestion, headaches, and the list goes on! Regular adjustments can help your body adapt to stress by removing pre-existing interference in your nervous system from vertebral misalignments.