Here are some common conditions and treatments:
Chiropractors can identify and address muscle imbalances, which can lead to postural problems, joint misalignments, and an increased risk of injuries.
Range of Motion Issues
Chiropractors work on improving joint flexibility and range of motion, which can enhance exercise performance and reduce injury risk.
Back and Neck Pain
Chiropractors can provide relief from chronic back and neck pain, often stemming from muscle tension and poor posture.
Addressing postural issues caused by muscle imbalances is a key focus, as correcting posture can alleviate pain and discomfort.
These clinics often treat sports-related injuries, such as muscle strains, ligament sprains, and overuse injuries commonly encountered in athletes and fitness enthusiasts.
Manual adjustments of the spine and joints to improve alignment and reduce pain.
Muscle Release Techniques
Utilizing techniques such as myofascial release and soft tissue massage to alleviate muscle tension and knots.
Incorporating exercises and stretches to strengthen muscles, improve flexibility, and enhance overall mobility.
Offering guidance on ergonomic changes to workstations and daily activities to reduce muscle strain and discomfort.
Strength Training Programs
Providing personalized strength training programs to build muscle, increase strength, and optimize performance.
Offering advice on nutrition and supplements to support muscle growth and overall health.
Creating tailored rehabilitation plans for patients recovering from sports injuries or surgeries.
Incorporating stress-reduction techniques to relieve muscle tension and improve overall well-being.
Recommending lifestyle adjustments to promote musculoskeletal health and injury prevention.
Focusing on strategies to prevent future injuries and maintain long-term musculoskeletal wellness.
Conditions we treat:
Low back pain
Mid or upper back pain
Pain in a shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, knee, ankle, or foot
Medial epicondylitis (golfers’ elbow)
Lateral epicondylitis (tennis elbow)
Plantar fasciitis (usually presents as pain on the bottom of the foot and /or heel)
Tendonitis (overuse injury can be anywhere such as Achilles, biceps, triceps, knees, etc.)
TMJ (debilitating jaw pain that can refer into the head, face, and/or neck)
Trigger points (localized muscle contractions)