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Board qualified physicians in Orthopedics & Radiology. We strive to give our patients all the tools and skills necessary to achieve optimal health.  These tools and skills complement the chiropractic care that they receive in our office.  Whatever your health goals may be, we will do everything within our power to help you and your loved ones achieve them.

Why Choose Chiropractic?

Each day millions of patients choose chiropractic over drugs or surgery as a common sense approach to asthma, headaches, ear infections, back pain, and their better health.  A schedule of regular chiropractic check ups can help detect, correct, and maintain optimum spinal and nervous system function.

Your body is designed to be a self healing and self regulating being. When ill health, pain or disease set in, that is a sign that something is interfering with your bodies ability to heal, and regulate itself. Chiropractors are the ONLY health professionals that are uniquely trained to locate, and remove these interferences thus allowing the body to heal itself.

Chiropractors also focus on the biomechanics of the body such as joint motion. Helping to restore proper spinal biomechanics and improved nervous system function begins with a case history. Your case history is vital, as it reveals the background about your health such as surgeries, accidents, the onset of your condition, and other details, which brought you into the office. After reviewing your history and discussing your specific problem, a thorough orthopedic, neuromuscular, and chiropractic examination is performed. Then, once the examination is complete, your chiropractor will explain the findings and give recommendations for care. Progress is then monitored with periodic examination and follow-up reports.

 

A recent study shows that seniors who utilize Chiropractic:

• have fewer chronic complaints

•  spend fewer days in hospitals and nursing homes

•  are more mobile in their communities

•  are more likely to report regular levels of exercise than non-chiropractic patients

In fact, 87% of chiropractic patients described their health status as good to excellent, compared to 68% of non-chiropractic patients.

Published in Topics in Clinical Chiropractic, Volume 3, Number 2.