Misalignment of the spine and poor, abnormal posture over time creates stress and tension on the joints and muscles of the spine and can compress the delicate nerves that exit the spine. The chiropractic adjustment gently restores proper motion to the spine and alleviates the damaging pressure that results from misalignment. Spinal manipulation or adjustments has been used for thousands of years, but only chiropractors are specially trained to identify and correct misalignments.

The methods we utilize:

Clinical Biomechanics of Posture (CBP) Protocols, Diversified, Myofacial Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy, Pediatric Adjustment, Chiropractic Pregnancy Care

Postural Correction Adjustments:

Just as elite athletes rely on muscle and joint memory to perfect their skill, that same muscle and joint memory can develop from years of repetitive movements such as computer use, texting, or bending and lifting. In time this results in poor, abnormal posture causing damaging pressure and irritation on the spinal joints and muscles. Where chiropractic adjustments free the body of pressure and irritation, the postural correction adjustments and postural corrective therapies that we offer literally retrain the muscles and joints so that they are able to hold a more normal alignment and pattern of motion.

Spinal Corrective Therapy:

As orthodontists use braces to realign teeth into normal alignment, spines that have been damaged through trauma or from repetitive stress, we use specifically targeted spinal traction to restore proper alignment to the spine. Chiropractic traction is much different than the old medical traction that typically comes to mind when you hear the term. Ours is a modern, targeted application that is used during office visits to restore the natural curvatures to the spine and correct abnormal postures.

Postural Corrective Exercises:

We commonly compliment our spinal adjustments with specific postural corrective exercises to strengthen over-stretched and irritated muscles or stretch and release chronically tightened musculature. These exercises are tailored to your unique postural needs and as with any from of exercise, if done properly and consistently, the changes can be powerfully effective.


X-rays may be necessary to view spinal misalignments to ensure the appropriate treatment of your condition. They are taken in our office on a case by case basis. They are often covered through your medical insurance.

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