Low back pain is a common condition treated with the use of spinal manipulation. After a thorough assessment of your symptoms and a physical exam, we will be able to implement the best type of spinal manipulation and treatment that will benefit you.
Neck pain has many causes due to the complex anatomy involved in the cervical spine. After a thorough assessment of your symptoms, we will implement the best treatment approach for you. Common treatments we use for neck pain are spinal manipulation, corrective exercise, and mechanical traction.
Whether you are dealing with cervicogenic headaches (headache arising from the cervical spine) or other types of headaches, chiropractic treatment has shown to be extremely effective to reduce the symptoms of your headache.
Migraines often respond to chiropractic treatment, as long as you time your adjustments accordingly. Often times, people with migraines report the most relief when they are adjusted during the "aura" stage ( Symptoms or sensations, such as flashing lights or zigzag lines, which typically precede migraine headache, seizure, or other neurological events.)
Muscle spasms are effectively treated with trigger point therapy, spinal manipulation, dry needling, and corrective exercise. If you are dealing with muscle spasms, its important to not only treat the muscle spasm, but the underlying cause in dysfunctional patterns of movement to further mitigate the chances of reoccurrence.
One of the most common conditions we treat is sciatica and radicular pain. Through our assessments utilizing the McKenzie Method® and end range loading techniques, we are often able to prescribe proper directional exercises that will reduce the symptoms of sciatica as well as prevent it from reoccurring in the future.
BPPV or Vertigo is commonly caused by dislodged crystals in the inner ear canal (semicircular canals) which causes short episodes of dizziness and nausea with head movements. Often times, people feel as if the room is spinning. The main treatment method to correct BPPV is utilizing Epley's Maneuver to reposition the crystal in the semicircular canal.