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Sinus Pressure - This pressure can arise from the common cold, allergies, or chronic sinus issues. There are various pressure points on the face and head that can open these sinuses and allow for proper drainage. 

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Neck Pain - With chiropractic manipulation, doctors of chiropractic can reduceand even eliminate neck pain. Neck pain can be a result of poor posture, trauma, sleeping patterns, or even daily stresses. We offer chiropractic manipulation with various techniques to best treat all of our patients at their level of comfort. Along with adjustments, we assess the muscles and soft tissues in the area and apply any necessary trigger point therapy.

Back Pain - Chiropractic care is most well known for alleviating back pain. Causes of back pain can include poor posture, increased physical activity, repetitive movements,as well as poor lifting habits. Our technique for adjusting the low back can be altered to allow for the most appropriate care without causing further injury. As with neck adjustments,  we assess the muscles and soft tissues in the area and apply any necessary trigger point therapy.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - Many times, wrist pain can be thought of as carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). Unless CTS is diagnosed through EMG, it is likely from another source. We seek to find the causeof the wrist pain by finding the muscle source or structural source. These are typically treated with an adjustment as well as trigger point therapy and can be alleviated quickly.

Sciatic pain - Sciatic pain can come from a number of things including piriformis syndrome, SI joint dysfunction, disc herniation, or other muscle/joint challenges along the sciatic nerve path. We look for the specific cause of the nerve irritationand address it with manual adjustments along with specific muscle work.

Headaches/Migraines - Many times, headaches and migraines can come from multiple sources. We seek to find the cause of the headache whether it be muscle tension, structural alignment, trigger points, or something more. These are typically treated with an adjustment as well as trigger point therapy.