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  • Auto Accidents and Whiplash Injury
    Auto Accident Injuries such as whiplash respond well to chiropractic care Read more
  • Are the Foods You’re Eating Making You Sick?
    Food Safe Blood Spot Test helps determine food sensitivity. Avoiding these foods can reduce multiple symptoms. Read more
  • SpineMED Decompression
    What is SpineMED® Decompression?SpineMED® Decompression is a remarkable non-surgical, drug-free procedure for the treatment of back and neck pain caused by injured or degenerated spinal discs. It works by targeting Read more
  • What Is Spinal Stenosis?
    Spinal stenosis occurs when the channels through which your spinal cord and nerve roots travel become narrowed, thus squeezing the spinal cord and nerve roots. Doctors often call this squeezing Read more
  • Spondylo . . . What???
    What Is a Spondylolisthesis?The word “spondylolisthesis” derives from “spondylo,” meaning spine, and “listhesis,” meaning slippage. A spondylolisthesis is a forward slippage of one vertebra (one of the 33 spinal-column bones) Read more
  • Should I Use Ice or Heat?
    At our office, we often get the question, “Should I use ice or heat?” The answer really depends on the ailment. A brief overview of these two therapies is outlined Read more
  • Protecting Your Spine with Good Posture
    Most of us don’t realize how much time we spend looking down at our phones and computers with our head and neck in a flexed forward position. The average human Read more
  • SpineMED Decompression
    What is SpineMED® Decompression?SpineMED® Decompression is a remarkable non-surgical, drug-free procedure for the treatment of back and neck pain caused by injured or degenerated spinal discs. It works by targeting and gently Read more
  • Protecting Your Spine with Good Posture
    Most of us don’t realize how much time we spend looking down at our phones and computers with our head and neck in a flexed forward position. The average human Read more
  • Should I Use Ice or Heat?
    At our office, we often get the question, “Should I use ice or heat?” The answer really depends on the ailment. A brief overview of these two therapies is outlined Read more
  • Spondylo . . . What???
    What Is a Spondylolisthesis?The word “spondylolisthesis” derives from “spondylo,” meaning spine, and “listhesis,” meaning slippage. A spondylolisthesis is a forward slippage of one vertebra (one of the 33 spinal-column bones) Read more
  • What Is Spinal Stenosis?
    Spinal stenosis occurs when the channels through which your spinal cord and nerve roots travel become narrowed, thus squeezing the spinal cord and nerve roots. Doctors often call this squeezing Read more
  • What Is a Herniated Disc?
    Many patients with back pain, leg pain, or weakness of the lower extremity muscles are diagnosed with a herniated disc. When a disc herniation occurs, the cushion that sits between Read more
  • Laser Therapy
    Low-Level Laser Therapy is the use of cold laser energy that safely penetrates one to two inches into the skin to create therapeutic effects in the muscles and joints. Research Read more
  • Informed People Make Healthy Choices
    Being an informed patient is an empowering concept. In the modern healthcare marketplace, the doctor-patient relationship has become a two-way street. It's no longer a situation in which the doctor Read more
  • What Is Sciatica?
    Sciatica (pronounced s-a-ti-k) describes persistent pain felt along the course of the sciatic nerve, which runs from the lower back, down through the buttock, and into the lower leg. The Read more

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Office Hours

Monday:

8:30 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-12:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-12:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed