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Are you suffering from pain?

Find out if Chiropractic can help!

Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is the number one musculoskeletal complaint in the US.  Learn more

Headaches

 There are many causes of headaches and it is important to find the cause and not just treat the symptom.

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Knee Pain

The knee is a hinge joint and can cause pain due to the limited amount of motion it naturally has.           Learn More

Shoulder Pain

A joint with 180 degrees of rotation like the shoulder is easily injured and painful.

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Leg Pain

Pulled hamstring, quad or gastroc muscles are a few conditions that cause leg pain.

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Midback and Rib Pain - Thoracic Outlet Syndrom

Mid or Upper back pain is frequently caused by myofascial pain or muscular irritation and dysfunction on the joint. 

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Plantar Fascitis

Foot and heel pain can make it hard to walk. Abnormal gait can also affect the lower back.

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Weight Loss

Obesity and being overweight cause another chronic disease like heart disease and diabetes

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Pregnant Moms

Three-quarters of pregnant moms suffer from pain in their back or pelvis while they are pregnant.

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Neck Pain

Neck pain is one of the toughest pains to deal with, from stiffness to shooting pain.

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Jaw Pain

 Jaw pain is the second most common musculoskeletal pain there is after lower back pain

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Sciatica

Pain in the leg and or foot from the lower back is a sure sign of sciatica.

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Wrist Pain - Carpal Tunnel

Tendonitis, ganglionic cysts, and carpal tunnel are just a few problems in the wrist.

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Hand Pain

Tendonitis, arthritis, and autoimmune diseases all can cause hand pain.

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Scoliosis

The lateral curvature of the spine usually occurs during adolescent growing years.

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Tennis Elbow

Lateral or medial epicondylitis are tendonitis in the elbow that can become chronic without treatment.

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Hip Pain

Pain in the hip can lead to a limp or pain in the leg and gluteal muscles.

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