How Can Chiropractic Care Help You?
As part of our patient centered care, we will help educate you on all of the potential benefits of chiropractic care:
- Reduces back and neck pain
- Improves joint mobility
- Relaxes tense muscles
- Decreases inflammation
- Improves circulation
- Restores your body after injury
- Speeds up the recovery process
- Strengthens the immune system
- Improves individual organ system function (heart, lung, sinuses, digestive, etc.)
- Reduces anxiety and stress
- Increases energy
- Improves sleep
- Relieves/improves prenatal discomfort
- Improves athletic performance
- Improves overall wellness
The Diversified Technique
The Diversified Technique is the most commonly used chiropractic treatment; it involves the manipulation and adjustment of the spine and the extremities (ankles, hips, wrists, shoulders, etc). It is called Diversified because it is a combination of the best techniques from other methods of manipulation. The Diversified Technique involves the application of a gentle thrust over restricted joints with the goal of restoring normal range of motion in the joint.
The Diversified Technique has three main objectives. These are to restore spinal alignment, repair joint dysfunction, and enhance proper movement. It is used to treat many conditions including: low back pain, neck pain, headaches, sciatica, plantar fasciitis, temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ), shoulder pain, hip pain, disc protrusions, and many more.
Ask your doctor if your condition can be helped with chiropractic!
The Webster technique is a safe, gentle, specific chiropractic adjustment that facilitates the mother’s pelvic alignment and reduces tension/torsion on pregnancy related ligaments. It is a great non-pharmaceutical method of relieving low back and hip pregnancy related pain. The Webster Technique can help pregnant women who are experiencing: restless sleep, increased headaches, sciatica, upper back pain and any other musculoskeletal condition experienced during pregnancy. We can start to perform the Webster Technique as soon as a woman discovers she is pregnant.