Conditions Treated:
Back Pain

Neck Pain


Auto Accidents

Workplace Injuries


Sports Injuries

Arm/Leg Pain

Foot Pain








Arm or Leg Pain



     Problems of the various joints of the body are very common.  In fact, a large number of patients presenting to their chiropractor for treatment have pain or injuries related to the shoulder, hip, knee, feet, wrists and elbows.  Arthritis is a common condition that will affect us all at some point.  Some people develop arthritis in their joints sooner than others, and require treatment to help ease their pain and discomfort.  For others, it may be a fall, or a sports or work-related injury to one of their arms or legs that has brought them in for treatment.  Maybe even just a gradual pain or weakness that has developed in one of your joints.  In any event, it is important to seek treatment to ensure that your condition is properly diagnosed, receives the appropriate care, and does not worsen.  Many conditions that are left untreated can progress to a more severe stage if they are not attended to.

     Your Doctor of Chiropractic is your best choice in caring for your pain and injuries of the arm or legs.  Chiropractors are trained and experienced in dealing with these injuries, and can handle your case with the expertise you need to get back on track as soon as possible.  A Chiropractor has a very wide range of therapies available to treat your particular condition, and can select the best methods of these to suit your case.  Whether it might be adjusting or manipulating the bones and joints, using stretches, exercises, and designing a specific rehabilitation program, applying physical therapies such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation, or laser, no other Doctor is as uniquely qualified to take care of your complete condition.  Your body has to last you for your entire lifetime, shouldn't you at least take care of it better than you take care of your car?  See your Chiropractor about a tune-up for your body.

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