Pain & Rehab

When we injure our bodies, it is important to know that the proper function of the affected body parts often have a delicate balance between mobility and stability. Healthy joint mechanics are critical to allowing mobility and the proper combination of muscle flexibility and strength provide the necessary stability.Pain is our body’s way of letting us know that an injury has occurred and rehabilitation strengthens the affected muscles and joints as well as retrains the individual in better ways to accomplish the movement. In other words, reducing or eliminating pain and rehab exercises go hand in hand in preventing future injuries.

Visit our webpages below for more information on the common types and causes of pain, as well as chiropractic treatment and rehab that will help you remain active, doing the sports and activities you enjoy.

Neck & Spine Pain
Degenerative Disk
Frozen Shoulder
Lower Back Pain Shoulder Rotator Cuff
Plantar Fasciitis
Pinched Nerve
Sciatica Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Running Injury
Sports Elbow


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