The Chiropractic Center will be closed from Thursday, December 24th at 2pm to Saturday, December 26th. We will reopen Monday, December 28th.

    The office will also be closed from Thursday, December 31st at 2pm to Saturday, January 2nd 2021.       We will reopen Monday, January 4th 2021.

Due to COVID-19 and recommendations from the CDC,
patients will be seen for urgent and acute visits, by appointment only.
Please email or send a message through the website for an appointment time.

 Thank you for understanding while we try to navigate through this difficult time.
We will be updating the website with any changes.

There will be no drop in visits at this time.

To protect the safety of our patients, staff and the community
please only come into the office if you have an appointment scheduled.

The word "chiropractic" comes from the Greek words cheir (hand) and praxis (action) and literally means "done by hand." Instead of prescribing drugs or performing surgeries, chiropractors use manual treatments of the spine and joints, along with therapies and lifestyle changes to allow the body's natural state of health to fully express itself. Here are some of the manipulation techniques you may come across at a chiropractic office. 

  • Myofascial Release

    Not all pain is caused by obvious injuries like broken bones or cuts. Some pain may stem from the myofascial tissues. These tough membranes are wrapped around your muscles to provide support and connect them to other parts of the body. When myofascial tissue becomes stiff, it may restrict movement in

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  • Manual Technique

    Manual therapy, also known as manipulative therapy, is a physical treatment primarily used by chiropractors to treat musculoskeletal pain and debility. How Does Manual Therapy Work? This form of physical therapy takes a hands-on approach rather than using devices or machines. When a chiropractor uses

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  • Drop-Table Technique

    Forceful spinal manipulation is not always necessary to treat conditions of the lower back, mid-back and neck. Gentle chiropractic treatment, such as drop table techniques, involves less powerful spinal maneuvering and slower, low-velocity movements that allow the affected joint to stay within its passive

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  • Active Release Techniques

    When there is damage to muscles and other soft tissues including pulls, tears, or not being able to get enough oxygen (hypoxia), it can result in the body producing rough, thick scar tissue in the affected area. Scar tissue restricts the tissues from moving freely because they bind them and tie them

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