Chiropractic is a
drug-free, non-invasive, hands-on approach to disorders related to the spine, nervous
system, and joints of the extremities.
Chiropractors are primary contact health care doctors that provide
diagnosis and treatment of these disorders. Unique treatment plans are created for each patient after
careful examination and consideration of their needs.
The primary goal for chiropractic care is to treat areas of decreased joint movement to reduce pain, increase function, and improve overall health. Treatments can include joint mobilizations, soft-tissue therapy, electromodalities, physical rehab, and supportive devices.
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