Our Approach

 Most chiropractors treat aches and pains by increasing range of motion, working on muscle spasms, as well as other modalities. In our office we focus on structural correction. This particular approach in chiropractic has a unique set of goals. Keep reading and we'll elaborate some more.

 Lets say we had a bridge with bent guard rails and some potholes. You could get a crew to come repair them but when we look at the bridge, we're going look at it like a structural engineer. We want to make sure the footings, concrete, I-beams, etc. are all structurally sound. If they are not then the other repairs would just be a patch job. Our goal in chiropractic is to restore structural integrity. In this way we can eliminate the secondary problems and prevent future problems.

So when we examine a spine we are looking for structural shifts that compromise it's integrity. If a bridges foundation shifts, you may see secondary problems like cracked roads and bent guard rails. The same is true for your foundation. If you have a structural shift, it can cause secondary problems (symptoms). One of the most common changes a structural chiropractor sees these days is Anterior Head Syndrome.

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So What Type of Secondary Problems Does a Structural Chiropractor See?

  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Headaches & Migraines
  • Numbness
  • Tingling
  • Sciatica
  • Muscle Weakness
  • Degenerated Discs
  • Burning Pains
  • Dizziness / Verttigo
  • Sinus Problems
  • Allergies / Asthma
  • Arm and Hand Pain
  • Frequent Urination
  • Child Development
  • Athletic Performance
  • Herniated Discs
  • Shock Like Pains