What is Chiropractic? 

Chiropractic is a hands on healthcare profession that focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of biomechanical disorders originating from the muscular, skeletal and nervous systems. Chiropractors provide manual therapy to promote health, alleviate pain, and improve overall quality of life.  

Chiropractors use a combination of treatments to suit your individual needs.  The chiropractic adjustment (also known as "manipulation") is the most common form of manual therapy delivered by a chiropractor.  This involves the application of a high velocity, low amplitude thrust to a vertebra or joint with abnormal movement patterns.  The objective is to restore range of motion, reduce muscle and nerve irritability, and improve function.  Other forms of treatment include joint mobilizations, soft tissue therapy, acupuncture, and exercise and rehabilitation.        


Chiropractic can help with:

Low Back Pain

Neck and Shoulder Pain

Headaches and Migraines

Hip and Pelvic Pain


Pregnancy-related pain

Extremity Joint Pain

TMJ Dysfunction


Sprains and Strains

Repetitive Strain Injuries

General Health and Well-being