Conditions We Treat
Do You Suffer from any of these conditions?
When the joints are in disruption, neck pain will occur. This can be caused by a number of spinal problems. Pain can occur due to muscular tightness or pinching of the nerves from the cervical vertebrae.
Shoulders have a wide range of motion, so joint injury can be high leading to a degenerative process and scar tissue. The pain can either be localized or travel down the arm. Pain felt in the shoulder blade or scapula often origins from the neck.
Lower Back Pain
This is the most common job related condition. The majority of low back pain stems from musculoskeletal problems. If you are experiencing lower back pain, we recommend you come see us. Many people wait and don’t deal with the problem and it catches up to them.
Do you have Poor Posture?
Poor posture often results from muscle imbalances of one’s daily routines. Muscles tighten and shorten forcing the body into an unnatural posture. This so-called unnatural posture places stress on the muscles, joints and ligaments creating increased levels of tension, thus leading to pain.
Headaches and/or Migraines
With headaches and migraines, one would feel a throbbing sensation or pressure within the skull. Pain in the head can cause nausea, vomiting and sensitivity.
You can either experiencing disc bulge, a “slipped disc” or degenerative disc disease. These cases affect the spine and can cause a great deal of pain. The amount of unnecessary pressure on the disc itself, over the years, leads to damage in the disc until you feel the pain or discomfort.
Numbness and tingling
This condition often occurs when there has been sustained pressure being placed on the nerve or poor circulation in the limbs. If the interference is not removed, it can worsen over time. Doctors refer this to “pins & needles” or “lightning” sensation.
These types of injuries happen in sports (i.e. runner’s knee, tennis elbow, rotator cuff injuries, ankle problems, etc.
This is a medical condition in which the spine is curved. Scoliosis resembles an “S” or a “C” shape when viewed from behind. Scoliosis can be treated by chiropractic care depending on the severity. Severe scoliosis can put pressure on the heart, affect breathing and restrict physical activities. Surgery is often the last resort.
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