Chiropractic Adjustment

A Drug-Free, Hands-On Approach To Health Care

Our approach to chiropractic adjustment and care is designed to bring healing to the body without the use of medications or invasive surgical procedures. Not only are our doctors expertly trained, but we offer a full complement of services, therapies and techniques that can effectively address and solve most types of pain.

What are Chiropractic Adjustments?

A chiropractic adjustment, also known as spinal manipulation, is a therapeutic procedure. A trained and licensed specialist known as a chiropractor performs the procedure to benefit body function and wellness. During this chiropractic care, the specialist uses their hands and specially-designed chiropractic tools in a specific and controlled manner. Through this method, they adjust the spine and other connected joints and tissues.

By doing so, we can improve how the spine moves and interacts with surrounding mechanical structures. Those may include the neck, shoulders, hips, knees, nerves, etc. It’s all connected!

The goal is to reduce pressure and wear and tear on the nerves, vertebrae, and other structures. This allows those structures to not only function better. Then something amazing can happen. With adequate nutrition and care, they can begin to heal.

Incredibly, just one chiropractic spinal adjustment can reduce some pain. It can energize and restore you. But with continued chiropractic treatments, you can feel completely renewed and moving at your best.

Learn what treatment options are possible for your pain.

Chiropractic Benefits

Our chiropractic adjustments have tremendous potential for patients. We apply a gentle approach to provide immediate and long-lasting results. This method activates and supports both your neurological and mechanical systems. And when used in combination with other therapeutic approaches, chiropractic benefits abound. In combination with corrective home exercises, you’ll:
  • Improve your overall health
  • Move more effectively
  • Improve balance
  • Increase coordination
  • Improve nerve function through chiropractic nervous system support
  • Reduce discomfort
  • Reduce fall risk
  • Lessen wear and tear on joints
  • Feel more motivated to get out there and be active (because of less pain)
  • Make it possible for your own body to naturally heal damage

Are you a professional athlete who’s starting to notice your body doesn’t move like it once did? Are you struggling with movement-related pain, grinding, popping, or discomfort? We have good news! Studies have shown that when combined with corrective exercises, chiropractic care can improve your balance, coordination, and strength to reach your full potential.

Chiropractic Treatment We Offer

Our chiropractic healthcare providers specialize in the health and function of the spine and nervous system. We use spinal manipulation and active release technique to bring the musculoskeletal structure into proper alignment. When combined with proper nutrition and support, this could allow the body to begin to heal itself.

Because of this focus on the spine, many people believe that chiropractors are only equipped to assist with issues such as back pain, neck pain, and headaches.

In reality, chiropractic care is actually about helping patients pursue total health and well-being. We help people feel great. We support your ability to get the most out of life. And we achieve all this by helping you function at your optimal potential.

The optimal function is unique to each person. So your prime level is the best possible function you can achieve. We can help you get there and maintain that ideal function.

What Can You Except

At your initial visit, your chiropractor will take a thorough medical history and perform a physical examination, with particular attention to your spine. Your chiropractor may also recommend other diagnostic testing, such as an X-ray or MRI.

During the procedure

During a typical chiropractic adjustment, your chiropractor places you in specific positions to treat affected joints. You may be positioned lying face up or down on a specially designed, padded chiropractic table. The chiropractor uses his or her hands to apply a controlled, pointed force to a joint. Typically, this results in a release of pressure you can feel. You may hear popping or cracking sounds as your chiropractor introduces new motion at your joints during the treatment.

Please keep in mind this is normal and completely harmless. It’s just the release of gas from between your spinal segments. In fact, it’s no more significant than any other release of gas from the body.

After The Procedure

Some individuals experience mild side effects for a few days after a chiropractic adjustment. These may include headaches, fatigue or slight discomfort in the parts of the body that were treated. Your body is very adaptable. So it adapted to misalignment. Now, it must adapt back to proper alignment, and that can causes some soreness.

Your Personalized Chiropractic Journey

If you have been suffering from any kind of pain, we are a great place to begin your journey to recovery. Every patient at our clinic undergoes a thorough evaluation to ascertain the source of their pain.

Thanks to our comprehensive evaluation process, we will assist patients in identifying and treating a wide variety of symptoms. Many people seek care for injuries suffered while exercising, engaging in sports, or as a result of a car accident. Additionally, we are experts in treating pain that stems from less obvious sources such as postural disorders, poor workplace ergonomics, and others.

Each case is different. So each person who seeks treatment at our clinic is given a unique treatment plan aimed at maximizing their recovery and allowing them to return to their favorite activities.

Treatment plans are created by utilizing a combination of the following tools:

What Chiropractors Can Address

Here are just some of the reasons you might see a chiropractor.

  • Chiropractic for knee or hip pain
  • Chiropractic for sciatica
  • Neuropathy chiropractic care
  • Back and neck pain chiropractic care
  • Chiropractic for shoulder pain
  • Neuropathy
  • Arthritis
  • Scoliosis
  • Fibromyalgia

It’s important to remember that chiropractic care does not cure any disease. However, in combination with medical care and other natural therapeutic treatments, you can experience significant relief.

Take our quiz to see whether chiropractic or other treatments would be right for you.

Why do chiropractors focus so much on the spine? We’ve a very good reason.

The spine is positioned to protect the spinal cord. The spinal cord is a part of a bigger system called the central nervous system.

The spine is similar to a set of armor made up of segments that allow it to bend and move naturally with the rest of the body.

A spinal segment consists of two vertebrae and the joints that connect them. In between each vertebra sits a spongey disc that acts as a cushion. Underneath our vertebral armor, a whole lot is happening. Our bodies send messages that travel up the spinal cord and into the brain. The brain processes these messages and sends replies back down the spinal cord to let the body know how to respond.


The central nervous system is a big information highway that carries vital messages to every part of the body. Sometimes the wear and tear of everyday life can impact the spine and cause spinal segments to get restricted or fixated incorrectly. This type of wear and tear can happen gradually, such as from bad posture, or it can occur suddenly, such as a result of sports injuries.

Because of the close relationship between the spine and the nervous system, everyday strains can impact the flow of information and communication between the brain and the body. This can cause messages to be delivered inaccurately or to go undelivered altogether.

When abnormal movement in the spine causes this type of miscommunication, it is known as a vertebral subluxation or an intersegmental dysfunction.

By making quick, gentle adjustments to the spine, chiropractors can restore natural movement and functioning.

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