What Can Chiropractic Help With?


What does tennis elbow have in common with TMJ? What about plantar fasciitis and psoriasis?

They answer may seem odd at first, but believe it or not, they’re conditions that have shown marked improvement with Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care. But here’s the kicker… Many patients who’ve suffered with these problems didn’t mention them when they originally became chiropractic patients.

That means they scheduled consultations seeking relief from other conditions like back or neck pain, headaches, etc, never thinking that a chiropractor could help “the other stuff” that was bothering them… and definitely not aware that the symptoms may be related.

So how does this happen? Is chiropractic care a “cure” for TMJ, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, or psoriasis? No. It’s also not a cure for back/neck pain, headaches, or any other disease. These are all simply conditions that can develop when the body is in a chronic state of imbalance.

Instead of causing the unwanted side effects that continue to plague a multitude of pharmaceutical drugs, chiropractic adjustments have a very welcomed way of improving things above and beyond a patient’s chief complaint. They’re pleasantly surprised when they experience the “health effects” of chiropractic care.

A body in balance can do constructive things. If you’ve got chronic health problems that don’t respond well to medications; if you’re not thrilled about the idea of having to take daily medications to manage your symptoms; or if you’ve just never been to a chiropractor before, today’s a great day to discover the many benefits of chiropractic care!

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