By correcting your subluxations, chiropractors can help you adapt better to the stresses in your environment, including those relating to allergies.Read More
Anyone with a chronic lung condition like asthma or emphysema needs to ensure their lungs and bronchi are receiving uninterrupted nerve communication.
Chiropractors address the cause of headaches, rather than giving painkillers and other drugs which only treat the symptoms.Read More
Neck pain can occur anywhere from the top of your shoulders to the bottom of your head. Learn how Chiropractic care can aid in correcting this.Read More
Chiropractic is used by the top professional players in sports as diverse as golf, tennis, baseball and football. Competitors from CrossFit, volleyball, surfing, rowing, running, cycling, sailing, weight lifting, and more are chiropractic care enthusiasts.Read More
Your spine is made up of 24 bones called vertebrae that stack up one on top of the other to form a straight line when viewed from front to back. When the spine curves or twists excessively side-to-side it is called scoliosis.Read More
Back pain is one of the most common health complaints in the world and is the most common cause of work-related disability.Read More
Chiropractic’s success with shoulder, arm and hand problems is well documented.Read More
Bedwetting or enuresis (the involuntary passage of urine) is a poorly understood problem that continues after the child reaches five years of age.Read More
Vaccination, head trauma, birth trauma, burns, infectious diseases and accidents can affect the brain.Read More
This condition is increasingly common and causes patients to miss many days of work. Millions of people now suffer from CTS and increasing numbers of them are seeking chiropractic care.Read More
Infantile colic can be as troublesome for the parent as it is for the child experiencing the condition. This leaves many parents troubled as an infant's episodes of crying and fussiness persist.Read More
An ear infection is the inflammation of the inner, middle, or outer ear, often with infection. Usually caused by bacteria, an ear infection occurs when fluids build up behind the ear drum.Read More
An Improper skull/jaw/spine alignment that can affect your entire nervous system. Up to 78% of the general public have some amount of TMJ dysfunction.
Many factors contribute to your child's overall health. As a concerned parent, you no doubt wonder if your child is as healthy as possible.Read More