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Successfully Treated Conditions

The conditions outlined here are successfully treated in our office with chiropractic, nutrition and physical therapy.

Hip Disorders

Calve-Perthe’s disease-seen in children before age of 14

trochanteric bursitis,

arthritis of the hip socket

causalgia syndrome

subluxation/dislocation

strains from falls, sports injuries:

abductor strain (groin pull)

illotibial band contracture

Low Back Pain and Disorders

degenerative disc disease/osteoarthritis

herniated or protruded disc syndrome

sprains/sprains with vertebral subluxation

canal stenosis

facet syndrome

spondylolesthesis

coccyx problems (tailbone)

chronic low back pain for years that comes and goes.

ankylosing spondylitis

Leg Pains (sciatica) from:

nerve root compression due to a bulging disc---

myofascial /muscle spasm due to pyriformis syndrome

sclerogenic leg pain as result of ligament tear(s)

neurogenic type of intermittent claudication (usually in older men)

referred pain to leg or groin from hip problems

back, hip, or groin pain from a painless foot disorder! (usually in older men)

Neurological disorders

numbness/tingling/pins and needles, sensations of:

arms, legs, face, tremors, tics, spasms

foot drop or wrist drop

arm and leg pain

Parkinson’s syndrome

Meniere’s syndrome/vertigo

dizziness and blackouts

tic deloreaux

Bell’s Palsy

epilepsy

insomnia

multiple sclerosis

palsy of an arm or leg

some selected cases of concussion

shingles

Neck Disorders

sprains/strains (tearing of ligament and muscle tissue respectively)

acute torticollis

degenerative disc disease

subluxations/pinched nerves

osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis of neck

cervical disc herniation

whiplash injury

Arm Pain

nerve root radiculopathy

neurovascular compression syndrome

thoracic outlet syndrome

brachial plexus syndrome

Types of Headaches

muscle tension/stress

migraine

cluster

hormonal-related to menstrual cycle

sinus

toxic

digestive

ear/jaw area from temporomandibular joint dysfunction

allergic

Shoulder Pain

acromioclavicular joint subluxation (shoulder separation)

bicipital tendonitis

adhesive capsilitis (frozen shoulder)

impingement syndrome

degenerative arthritis

rotator cuff tear (mild)

bursitis and calcification

sprain/strain injuries

non-surgical dislocations

referred shoulder pain from nerve root irritation in the spine

chronic pain of the shoulder girdle following surgery

Hours Of Operation

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Monday:

10:00 PM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

By appointment only

Wednesday:

10:00 PM-6:00 PM

Thursday:

10:00 AM-6:00 PM

Friday:

10:00 AM-1:00 PM

Saturday:

by appointment only

Sunday:

Closed

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