Spine problems can cause nerve compression, irritation, inflammation, muscle spasm and any of the following types of back or neck related symptoms – the most common reasons that patients consult us for care include –

  • Back pain.
  • Neck pain.
  • Headaches.
  • Feelings of back fatigue.
  • Radiating pain into the hip, buttock, thigh, leg, or foot.
  • Radiating pain into the shoulder, scapula, arm, forearm, or hand.
  • Soreness.
  • Dull ache.
  • Stiffness.
  • Sharp, shooting, or stabbing pain.
  • Pins and / or needles.
  • Numbness and / or tingling.
  • Pain aggravated by movements, or positions.

We provide care for everyday health concerns, conditions that effect most of us at some time in our lives –

  • Arthritic conditions.
  • “Pinched”, impinged, compressed, inflamed, or irritated spinal nerves.
  • Nerve pressure.
  • Bulging, protruding, “slipped”, degenerative, or herniated discs.
  • Spinal subluxation.
  • Muscle spasm, myofascial pain syndrome, trigger points.
  • Facet joint syndrome.
  • Sciatica.
  • Scoliosis.
  • Back and neck injury, strain, or sprain.
  • Spine pain following surgery.

Activity Limitation and Disability 
Back and neck pain commonly cause disability that may interfere with your lifestyle and workstyle. Here’s a list of typical daily activities that new patients frequently find become easier to perform after beginning a course of chiropractic care –

  • Housework.
  • Occupational tasks.
  • Exercise or recreational activities.
  • Sitting.
  • Sitting at the computer.
  • Driving.
  • Getting in and out of the car.
  • Standing or walking.
  • Bending, twisting, or reaching.
  • Turning head and neck.
  • Moving or changing positions.
  • Walking up or down the stairs.
  • Bending, twisting, or reaching.
  • Sitting down or getting up from a chair or toilet.
  • Lying down, resting, sleeping, getting in/out of, or rolling over in bed.
  • Lifting.
  • Squatting, pushing, or pulling.