Chiropractors are health care professionals who specialize in the treatment and diagnosis of neuromuscular disorders. They receive special training in manual adjustment techniques which they use to eliminate misalignments in the spine that may be causing health problems. The goal of chiropractic treatment is to reduce any pain a patient may be experiencing as well as improve the function of the body. Chiropractors are also believe in patient education. They don’t just want to be one of your go-to health care providers; they want to be your partner in health. By educating you about maintaining your health, exercise, and even ergonomics they can help you to improve your quality of life and get you on the road to wellness.

Chiropractors believe there is a relationship between the spine and the nervous system and any structural or biomechanical issue affecting your spine will also have an impact on the function of your nervous system.

Chiropractors use the methods they are trained in to help eliminate any issues impacting your spine and nervous system in order to not just restore function but also restore you overall health. When you have regained normal mobility in your spine, then it will eliminate or reduce nerve irritation and restore normal function.

Chiropractors can treat:

  • Repetitive Injuries
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Sciatica
  • Lower back pain
  • Sport injuries
  • Auto accident injuries
  • Pain from arthritis
  • Neck pain

Most of the work a chiropractor will do involves treatment of disorders of the neuromusculoskeletal system, but they are also trained to diagnose and treat other issues related to your nervous system and musculoskeletal system.

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Myofascial pain is a term that has been bantered around for many years. It is often unclear to people exactly what this means or how to fix it. Medical doctors, Physical therapists, Occupational therapists, Chiropractors and other practitioners are starting to acknowledge the importance of myofascial pain syndromes and collaborate to figure out how to treat it.

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