We are OPEN and plan to be in the future as our health and ethics and the local government permit. We will be self-monitoring for any signs and symptoms of illness and taking our temperature daily before work. Our work is hands-on, and we are doing all we can to mitigate risks in our office. […]
Whiplash. Catch an edge on your snowboard or hit an unexpected cat track? Signs are a sore, aching, or stiff neck by the end of that day or the next. Whiplash is a strain of the neck muscles and possibly a sprain of the ligaments.
The swing itself is a blend of explosiveness and grace that places a great deal of stress on the body. As such, there are certain precautions that must be taken to avoid these overuse, repetitive stress-based musculoskeletal injuries. Hip and shoulder mobility is supremely important, as is core stability. We excel at identifying and correcting motion dysfunction through functional movement analysis, Active Release Techniques, instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, the chiropractic adjustment and exercise prescription.
You are a runner, that’s why you came to this page. Runners get injured. All too frequently. Running is a high-impact repetitive-stress activity… and one that we really enjoy and want to continue. Common Running Injuries and How Chiropractic Helps IT Band Syndrome Plantar Fasciitis Hip Bursitis Patellar tracking and other knee issues Achilles tendonitis […]
Sciatica. Shooting pain down your leg. You have heard of it, and the word tends to cause some fear or anxiety. So often we have patients with radiating pain from their low back or butt, and they afraid they are destined for surgery. Most often, they don’t need surgery; chiropractic and other conservative care can fully address the pain and radiation.