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Chiropractic Care

What is chiropractic care?

Chiropractic care is all about helping you, the patient, with your musculoskeletal health, particularly issues related to the spine. 


In chiropractic care, we use a variety of techniques tailored to the unique needs of each individual. Our patient-centered approach ensures personalized treatment that helps the body naturally heal on its own, alleviating pain, improving alignment, and enhancing overall well-being.


According to American Chiropractic Association, a consumer survey found that when it comes to treating back pain, chiropractic care stood out as the most effective option compared to alternatives like yoga,  prescription medication, deep-tissue massage, Pilates, and over-the-counter medication therapies.


The findings highlight the superior performance and benefits of chiropractic care in addressing back pain!

The techniques we use are:

Chiropractic care being performed on a woman's upper back

What can chiropractic treat?

When most people think of chiropractic care they immediately assume it's only for people with back pain. That's a common myth. If your spine is out of alignment, you might not even feel it in your back. Instead, you might have a headache, neck pain, hip pain or even frequent bouts of getting sick. What's fascinating is that every part of your body can be affected.

Here's just a brief list of conditions where chiropractic care could be beneficial for:

  • Back Pain

  • Neck Pain

  • Hip Pain

  • Knee Pain

  • Sciatica

  • Headache / Migraine

  • Carpal Tunnel


We've had many patients that have experienced amazing results after visiting our office. Check out the reviews on our home page if you want to read what they have to say! 


If you have any more questions regarding chiropractic care, check out our FAQ section down below for more info.

And don't hesitate to give us a call if you're experiencing discomfort anywhere in your body. We'd be more than happy to give you a consultation and see if chiropractic care could help!

We'd love to talk!

Our Techniques


Activator Method

A chiropractic technique that uses a handheld spring-loaded instrument to deliver gentle impulse force to the spine for localized treatment.

Chiropractor using the Activator Technique on a girl
Bio Cranial
Doctor performing Bio Cranial System technique on a patient

Bio Cranial System

A gentle, hands-on technique that aims to restore proper function to the nervous system, balance body structure, and promote overall health and well-being. It focuses on relieving strain in your head and spine


Manual Traction

Manual traction is a treatment that helps relieve neck and back pain by taking pressure off the spine. It allows the discs to readjust, reducing pain and improving movement, so you can feel better and move more easily.

Manual Traction being done on a young lady
Thompson Technique being done to a patient

Thompson Technique

The Thompson Technique is what we use most often in our office. It's an effective chiropractic method that uses a special table with drop segments to align your spine and promote healing. It offers a non-invasive option for spinal care.

Chiropractor FAQ
  • How do I know if I need chiropractic care?
    If you’re like most people, you can benefit from chiropractic care. Even if you don’t suffer from acute or chronic aches and pains, chiropractic care is an excellent way to maintain overall wellness. In fact, chiropractic wellness care is specifically designed to help your body maintain optimal wellness by proactively addressing spinal misalignments before they develop into painful issues. With wellness care, your chiropractor performs periodic treatments to help prevent mobility issues rather than addressing painful conditions after they’ve already occurred. If you’re currently suffering from acute or chronic back pain, neck pain, or joint mobility issues, chances are you need chiropractic. If you’ve never visited a chiropractor before, your first visit will consist of a thorough consultation and evaluation to determine what type of care you can benefit from.
  • What is a chiropractic adjustment?
    A chiropractic adjustment is the art of using a specific force in a precise direction, applied to a joint that is subluxated, "locked up," or not moving properly. The purpose of this safe and natural procedure is to eliminate interference to the nervous system, improving spinal function and overall health. "Gentle spinal adjustments boosts your body's immunity"
  • Can I tell if I have a subluxation?
    Not always. A subluxation is like a dental cavity--you may have it for a long time before symptoms appear. That's why periodic spinal checkups are so important. Although it may be possible to know you have a subluxation, it is rarely possible to be sure you don't. Regular spinal checkups are always a good idea, and they promote good health from the inside out.
  • Do children need chiropractic care?
    Since significant spinal trauma can occur at birth, many parents have their newborns immediately checked for vertebral subluxation. Naturally, chiropractic adjusting procedures are adapted for the child's spine. Many childhood health complaints that are brushed off can be traced to the spine. Health problems that emerge in adulthood could often be prevented by having your children's spine checked by a chiropractor early. Most parents report that their children enjoy their chiropractic adjustments and are healthier than their peers.
  • Are all patients adjusted the same way?
    No. The doctor evaluates each patient's unique spinal problem and develops an individual course of care. Each chiropractic adjustment builds on the one before. The resulting recommendations are based upon years of training and experience. Each patient's care is uniquely different from every other patient.
  • Is chiropractic safe?
    Yes. Chiropractic has an excellent safety record. It is the result of a conservative and natural approach to health that avoids invasive procedures or addictive drugs. As proof, one merely has to compare malpractice rates between chiropractors and other health care professionals. Chiropractors' malpractice premiums are a small fraction of those for medical doctors.
  • Does chiropractic work for all types of health problems?
    No, however chiropractic care is successful with a very wide variety of health problems not necessarily considered "back" problems because of improved nerve system function. With a normal nerve supply the body's natural healing capacity can improve a variety of health problems.
  • Is it OK to see a chiropractor if I'm pregnant?
    Anytime is a good time for a better functioning nerve system. Pregnant mothers find that chiropractic adjustments improve their pregnancy and make delivery easier for themselves and their baby. Adjusting methods are always adapted to a patients size, weight, age, and condition of health.
  • How does chiropractic work?
    Chiropractic works by restoring your body's innate ability to be healthy. When under the proper control of your nervous system, all the cells, tissues, and organs of your body are designed to resist disease and ill health. The chiropractic approach to better health is to locate and remove interferences (subluxations, misaligned vertebrae) to your nervous system. With improved spinal function, there is improved nervous system function. The goal of the chiropractor is to remove interference that may be impairing normal health through specific chiropractic adjustments, allowing your body to heal itself. A healthy spine and a healthy lifestyle are your keys to optimal health!
  • Why do chiropractors take x-rays?
    Chiropractors take x-rays to reveal the internal structure and alignment of the spine. We are also concerned about underlying disease processes and disorders of the spine such as spinal deterioration, arthritis of the spine, abnormal development, bone spurs, disc disorders, and spinal curvature. X-rays also provide a blueprint for correcting the spine back to optimal health and alignment.
  • What type of education do chiropractic doctors receive?
    Doctors of Chiropractic are well-educated. Chiropractic education and medical education are similar in many respects and different in others because chiropractors do not prescribe drugs or perform surgery, and medical doctors do not correct vertebral subluxations. After graduating with a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) Degree, each candidate passes the demanding four part National Board Examinations. A chiropractor's education, however, never ends. Most doctors complete regular postgraduate instruction for license renewal and to stay current on the latest research and adjustment techniques.
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