Chiropractic care helps restore the body’s natural structure to its optimal state before lifestyle, injury or other circumstances have misaligned it. The spine is like the major highway of all your nervous systems and any blockades can be detrimental to your health. Having a misaligned spine can not only cause discomfort or pain but can also cause problems with other areas of your body. These problems occur when there are interruptions in the normal communication of information between the brain and the body. Chiropractic care can correct that.contact us
Back pain, neck pain and other physical ailments often originate in the spine. In order to receive a comprehensive treatment plan, an exact cause of the pain must be determined. When you have a spinal and posture screening done, it serves as the initial step to formulating a specific solution to the problem you are experiencing. These screenings can reveal important information regarding a person’s overall heath and provide a base for an effective course of action.
Chiropractic care is used most often to treat neuromusculoskeletal complaints including back pain, neck pain, pain in the joints of the arms or legs and headaches. Some of the common conditions that are treated include:
Auto Injuries, Work Injuries, Sports Injuries, Back Pain, Neck Pain, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Chronic Muscle, Nerve & Joint Pain, Headaches & Migraines, Sciatica & Extremity Pain, Disc Disorders, TMJ, Arthritis, Scoliosis, Foot Pain, Shoulder Painmake an appointment
Chiropractic care works with gentle manual manipulation to correct subluxations in the spine. When the vertebrae are out of alignment, it can cause terrible symptoms such as pain and other long-term ailments. Dr. Fidone will work with you to help gently move your body back into place.
For patients with acute pain or those who prefer a more gentle adjustment, we offer impulse adjustments. Impulse adjustments utilize specialized tools to treat soft tissue dysfunction by effectively removing adhesion, thereby increasing motion and function.