Our chiropractic physicians are able to evaluate, identify and prepare a customized treatment plan to help alleviate a wide spectrum of medical conditions.

Back Pain
Whether you suffer from this condition due to genetics, age or from a work-related injury, we have the ability to help you with your discomfort. Read more about back pain.
Carpal Tunnel
Excessive pressure placed on the median nerve of the wrist. It may cause loss of feeling, immobility, numbness or tingling.
Chronic Fatigue
A continuous, often severe tiredness that fails to be remedied by rest, and is not caused by any other known medical conditions.
Crohn’s Disease
An autoimmune disorder occurring when the body attacks and destroys healthy tissue.
Degenerative Disc Disease
A sanctioned medical term used to describe the normal changes that occurs in spinal discs as the body ages.
Degenerative Joint Disease
Commonly known as Osteoarthritis, this is when wear and tear of joints becomes more prevalent the body as it ages.
Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS)
Is a chronic pain in the back or legs usually occurring after spinal surgery.
Disorder causing general unease and constant pain. Read more about fibromyalgia.
Golfer’s Elbow
Also referred to as Tennis Elbow, is a pain on the outside of the upper arm, near the elbow.
Chronic pain in the head, normally classified as a migraine, cluster headache or tension headache. Read more about headaches.
An autoimmune disease that may cause long-term inflammation, affecting the skin, kidneys, joints and brain.
Normal wearing and age of the body’s joints, often causing mild to severe pain.
Peripheral Neuropathy
Signals to and from the brain cease to work properly.
Piriformis Syndrome
A neuromuscular disorder occurring when a muscle in the buttocks compresses the sciatic nerve.
A set of conditions affecting one or more nerves preventing them from working properly.
Rheumatoid Arthritis
An autoimmune disease resulting in long-term inflammation of joints and surrounding tissue.
Scheuermann’s Disease
Results in misshaped vertebrae, giving the upper back a “hunchback” appearance.
A symptom of other medical problems that cause pain, weakness, tingling or numbness in the legs due to a damaged sciatic nerve.
Vertebra slippage resulting in severe pain.
Sports Injuries
Sports injuries can result from a variety of circumstances. The following are some of the most common causes of sports injuries Read more about Sports Injuries
Tendonitis refers to the inflammation and pain that occurs when a tendon is overused or injured. Read more about Tendonitis
Chronic dizziness.

All medical definitions are paraphrased from the National Library of Medicine unless otherwise noted. *Medical definitions are paraphrased from WebMD