Conditions Treated

Chiropractic care can be used to address a wide variety of symptoms and conditions. Here are a few of the most common conditions that may benefit from a visit to our office:


Headaches may range from mild aches to prolonged stabbing pain that can lead you to feel incapacitated. Issues that could trigger a headache may include lifestyle factors, underlying medical conditions, chronic illnesses, stress, or even unknown reasons. Chiropractic care can help provide headache relief so the pain doesn’t slow you down.

Neck Pain

A feeling of sharp pain or achiness along the neck could be a sign of other underlying issues. Issues with the neck may prevent you from having full range of motion, and can lead to other injuries. Our chiropractic services are designed to help lessen and relieve the pain so you can gain full range of motion again without the pain.

Back Pain

Back pain may be focused on a specific area of the upper, middle, or lower back or be more generalized. This pain can be incapacitating, preventing you from moving or bending over. Our care treatments can help relieve the pain in the tissues along the back, and allow you to return to your normal activities.

Herniated Discs

A herniated disc is when the soft inner part of the spinal disc ruptures and pushes out through a tear in the outer ring of the disc and presses against the nerves. This problem can occur anywhere along the spine. Our chiropractic services may help relieve the pain by moving the disc from the impacted nerve.

Carpal Tunnel

This hand condition involves the compression of the median nerve that may lead to numbness, a tingling sensation, or pain along the hand. Chiropractic treatments focus on relieving the pain caused by the compression and providing corrective treatment & exercises that help prevent this from becoming a long-term condition.

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can occur in a number of places along the upper body such as shoulder blades, rotator cuffs, arm joints, or along the upper back. Our treatments focus on determining the root location of the problem and helping to soothe the shoulder pain you are experiencing.

Knee Pain

Knee pain can consist of achiness, sharp pains, grinding, or a numbing sensation. The discomfort may become worse when doing certain activities or during prolonged sitting. Our services help figure out the reason for the pain, such as a misalignment along the leg, as we then provide the appropriate treatments.

Runner’s Knee

Runner’s knee is a condition where the kneecap causes pain. It could be the result of poor alignment of the thigh bone or lower leg bone as we treat the causes of the pain.

Foot Pain

Foot pain may be caused by poor alignment, foot injuries, chronic conditions, or old age. Too much pressure may be along part of the foot as our chiropractic services help to relieve this pressure.

Plantar Fasciitis

Some foot pain may be the result of plantar fasciitis, where the connective tissues that help support the foot nay experience pain from misalignment. Chiropractic treatment targets this area to relieve the misalignment.

Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow involves the inflammation of the tendon that is outside the elbow. It is a type of tendonitis from overextension or when doing repetitive motions. Our services help to relieve the pain so you can regain movement of the target area.

Golfer’s Elbow

Golfer’s elbow is tendon inflammation along the inside of the elbow area. This pain and tenderness may extend down the forearm and into the wrist as our chiropractic practice helps to relieve the inflammation.


Neuropathy involves damage and pain to the nerves along the body that may be caused by compression or poor circulation. The location of the nerve damage may vary and feel like a pins and needles or numbness sensation. Our office treats the impacted area by improving circulation and removing the compression.


Sciatic nerve pain, or sciatica, is characterized by pain radiating along the path of the sciatic nerve, which branches from the lower back through the hips and buttocks and down each leg. It usually affects one side of the body and results from a herniated disc, bone spur on the spine, or narrowing of the spine. Treatment usually involves physical therapy, medications, and exercises.

Chronic Pain

Chronic pain involves prolong tenderness, achiness, dull, or sharp pains that have not responded well to medication or other treatments. Chiropractic treatments may be a viable option to help lessen this pain.

Workplace Injuries

Workplace injuries may cause pain, compression, or discomfort in regions throughout the body. Chiropractic care services may become part of your pain management plan to treat the injury and relieve the pain.

Auto Accidents

Auto accidents may cause a range of different medical issues, from compressed nerves to misalignment of joints. Our treatment services are tailored to your specific pain and injury to provide relief.

Sports Injuries

Sports injuries may be chronic conditions caused by repetitive movements or compression of the nerves. They may also be caused by an accident. Seeking chiropractic treatment may lessen the pain by treating the issue.

Spinal Fractures

Spinal fractures refer to any breaks in the bones of the spinal column. They typically occur due to high-impact trauma, but can also result from osteoporosis. Management involves immobilization, pain control, and sometimes surgical intervention, depending on the type and extent of the fracture.

Personal Injury

Personal injury refers to physical or psychological harm that a person may suffer due to an accident, negligence, or intentional harm caused by another entity. Such injuries can range from soft tissue injuries and fractures to more severe conditions like spinal cord injuries. Management and treatment are dependent on the specific type and severity of the injury.

Pinched Nerve

A pinched nerve occurs when excessive pressure is applied to a nerve by surrounding tissues, such as bones, cartilage, muscles, or tendons, disrupting the nerve’s function. This pressure can induce pain, tingling, numbness, or weakness. Rest, physical therapy, and medications are common treatment approaches.

Degenerative Disc

Degenerative disc disease refers to the changes in the discs between the vertebrae due to aging or wear and tear, leading to pain, instability, and reduced function. Symptoms may include pain that is exacerbated by sitting, bending, lifting, and twisting. Treatment typically involves pain management, physical therapy, and, in severe cases, surgery.

Bulging/Herniated Disc

A bulging or herniated disc occurs when a disc between the vertebrae in the spine protrudes outside its normal boundary, potentially pressing on surrounding nerves. This condition can result in pain, numbness, or weakness in the limbs. Non-surgical interventions and lifestyle modifications are usually the first line of treatment.