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Chiropractic Adjustment

A chiropractic adjustment is a technique used to manually adjust and restore motion to the spine and other areas of the body. The purpose of an adjustment is to improve joint mobility, alleviate pain, and restore normal function to the affected area. During an adjustment, the chiropractor will use their hands to apply a controlled force to the joint, causing it to move. The adjustment may produce a “popping” sound, which is caused by the release of gas bubbles in the joint fluid. Chiropractic adjustments are proven to treat back and neck pain, headaches, and other musculoskeletal conditions.

Traction Therapy

Intersegmental traction is a chiropractic technique that uses a special table with rollers that move up and down the spine. The patient lies face-up on the table as the rollers gently stretch and mobilize the spinal joints. The purpose of traction therapy is to improve spinal mobility, increase blood flow to the discs, and help reduce muscle tension. It is often used as part of a chiropractic treatment plan for patients with back pain, neck pain, or other spinal conditions. The treatment is gentle and non-invasive, and patients find it to be relaxing and soothing.



We take X-rays for a variety of reasons: to help diagnose a patient's condition, to rule out certain medical issues, and to determine the best course of treatment. X-rays provide valuable information about the structure and alignment of the spine, which helps your chiropractor identify misalignments or other issues that may be causing pain or discomfort. Additionally, X-rays show the exact location and degree of the misalignment, which determines the type of the chiropractic adjustment that you need.

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