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Studies have even proved, objectively and subjectively, that chiropractic patients experience ““overall increased bodily function” which also includes mental clarity. Basically, because it helps place your body in the position where it can heal itself, chiropractic adjustments can free your immune system up to focus on keeping you healthy, which enhances your ability to think, move and perform.



Because the nervous system controls every cell and organ in your body, chiropractors focus their attention on the health of your spine being properly aligned and, if there are shifts, helping the spine come back into alignment.




Whether in pain or not, getting checked regularly by a doctor of chiropractic can help prevent future health issues. Many patients come into chiropractor practice in pain and after their care plan, get amazing results. When out of pain, it is recommended to come in on a wellness basis to ensure you will function at your highest potential.
 It’s like taking your car in for maintenance—you wouldn’t wait until the car breaks down! We should have routine follow up visits to ensure we’re in proper alignment. You wouldn’t put junk fuel into your car, so you should eat the right types of foods. And lastly, if you never drove your car, it would eventually break down—we need light-to-moderate exercise at least 30 minutes daily so we don’t break down!
 By utilizing exercise, nutrition, supplementation, positive mental outlook, and most important, chiropractic care patients report with amazing results in their overall health and well-being!.

The certified Orthopedic Physician’s Assistant (OPA-C) is a professional, mid-level physician extender who has met the criteria set forth by the National Board for Certification of Orthopedic Physician's Assistants.

Orthopedic surgery physician assistants are trained, skilled healthcare professionals who work in the field of orthopedic medicine under the supervision of and alongside licensed orthopedic surgeons.

chiropractic Therapy and Rehabilitation 


Many things can lead to a vertebral subluxation. Some of the more common causes found are:

- A vertebra going out of place (“misalignment”) because of a slip or fall.
- The entire spine misaligning globally due to poor posture.
- Joint swelling caused by damage done to the intervertebral joint.
- An inflammatory response caused by a poor diet or psychological stress.
- Osteoporosis or degenerative changes of the spine or intervertebral discs.
- Trigger points and tight back muscles that pull the vertebrae out of place.

Chiropractic involves treating the person as a whole by assisting the body to heal naturally. It has long been

known that healthy, nutritious diets coupled with rest, exercise and spinal adjustments are an integral part of preventative health care.

In order to function to its optimum capacity, the body needs to absorb essential nutrients such as

carbohydrates, fats, minerals, proteins and various vitamins. These ensure healthy digestion, metabolizing

and excreting which, in turn, leads to homeostasis. This refers to the body’s ability to regulate its inner

environment to ensure stability as it responds to changes in the external environment. Poor diets that

include foods rich in sugars and fats can contribute to other health issues such as diabetes, heart disease and certain cancers.

While chiropractors prescribe natural, drug-free treatments their focus remains on the body’s ability to heal itself. With factors such as diet, exercise, rest and hereditary issues affecting optimum body functioning, chiropractors will consider a patient’s medical history, past injuries, present symptoms, and postural analysis. Further physical, neurological and orthopedic examinations may be included and, dependent on the findings, patients may be referred to other health practitioners for additional consultation.

Nutritional therapy has evolved as a need for such specialist treatment grows from the persistent nutritional deficiencies that are commonplace in the world today. Stressful environments and a lack of essential nutrients in the daily diet demand additional support to aid the body in preventative health care.