The  chiropractic adjustment, also known as spinal manipulation, restores  joint mobility by manually applying a controlled force into joints that  have become hypomobile – or restricted in their movement.  The  adjustment, or manipulation, of the affected joints and tissues serves  to correct the root of the problem; therefore restoring mobility,  alleviating pain and muscle tightness and allowing tissues to heal.   With a variety of state-of-the art techniques and treatments,  chiropractic adjustments are safe, effective and comfortable for all  types and all ages of patients.

Chiropractic can help:


Back Pain and Stiffness

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Disc Disease/ Bulges/ Protrusions/ Herniations

Ear Infections

Foot Issues

Frozen Shoulder


Hip Issues

Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Knee Issues

Menstrual Disorders

Nerve Impingement

Numbness and Tingling



Sinus Conditions

Sports Injury


Thoracic Outlet Syndrome 


Chiropractic  is safe and effective for pregnant women. Chiropractic care in  pregnancy is vital to the normal physiological function of the mother  and baby throughout pregnancy and birth. It can help relieve and prevent  common discomforts experienced during pregnancy. Specific adjustments  through the Webster Technique eliminate the causes of stress in the  spine and pelvis. The Webster technique is a specific analysis of the  mother's pelvis. It is used to help facilitate the mother's pelvic  alignment and nervous system function to create a smoother transition  for both mother and baby.

Athletic Performance

It  is estimated that 90% of the world's top athletes include chiropractic  care to prevent injuries and increase their performance potential.  Chiropractic care can help maintain athletic ability by predicting  injuries, elminating pain, increasing flexibility, enhancing strength,  and treating imbalances in the body. Overuse and injury can cause  certain areas in the body to compensate and overtime can cause  tendonitis, joint degeneration, or muscle strains and sprains.  Chiropractic care can help keep athletes in the game in order for them  to keep that competitive edge.