The services we provide include a complete initial evaluation and examination to determine whether or not your condition warrants chiropractic care. If X-rays are clinically necessary then the appropriate referral will be made. If your condition is something we think we can help you with we'll tell you. If it's not, we'll tell you that too and make whatever necessary referrals to guide you in the best direction to get you well.
If it is determined that your condition is something we can help you with, then a program of care will be suggested. This may include chiropractic adjustments (spinal manipulation), soft tissue therapy, kinesio taping procedures, electro-muscle stimulation, ultrasound, cryo-therapy. Therapeutic exercises, suggestions for improvement of activities of daily living, neuromuscular reeducation exercises may be advised as well. Nutritional suggestions for improving general well being are available. Our goal is to help you get well and hope that you will take an active part in that process.
- Personal Injuries
- Auto Accidents
- Sports Injuries
- Low Back and Leg Pain
- Sleep Apnea
- Neck and Arm Pain
- Injured Workers
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