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Is chiropractic care safe for children and infants?


Yes absolutely! Chiropractic is wonderful for children! As your child is being born into this world, the neck and back vertebrae can shift out of alignment due to the stretching and compressing of the body.  If the delivery was prolonged during the pushing stage, forceps were used, vacuum extraction, or any other form of assisted delivery, the chances of a misalignment are greater. Keeping your child’s spine in proper alignment during growth will help lead to better health now and throughout their life. You’re never too young for chiropractic care!


Can chiropractic help with my headaches?


A common cause of tension headaches is subluxations in the upper back and neck, which is treated effectively with chiropractic adjustments. A subluxation is a slight misalignment of the vertebrae, regarded in chiropractic theory as the cause of many health concerns.  


Can chiropractic help with arthritis?


Yes! Chiropractic care can help restore the lost range of motion to your joints, increase your strength and muscle tone, and improve flexibility as well as endurance. Your doctor of chiropractic can also give you nutrition and supplementation advice to help control and reduce joint inflammation.


Is chiropractic safe for my grandparents?


Absolutely! Chiropractic does wonders for seniors! Many seniors are unaware of the outstanding benefits possible through regular maintenance chiropractic care. Various benefits include pain relief, increased range of motion of the spine and other extremities, increased balance and coordination, decreased joint degeneration, decreased incidence of falling, keeping seniors out of nursing homes and increased health and well-being. You’re never too old or young to start chiropractic!


Can chiropractic help my food allergies?


Some doctors of chiropractic specialize in the treatment of allergies. We do food allergy testing at our office! Check out the nutritional care tab for more information!

FAQ - Chiropractic Care



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