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"The Doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human body, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease."

- Thomas Edison 1902

Primary Spine Practitioners Lower Back Pain Treatment Neck Pain Treatment Treatment of Headache Pain

Primary Spine Practitioner

Our Primary Spine Practitioners are trained to provide differential diagnosis, rule out severe disease processes, and render evidence-based treatment for most patients with spine related disorders.

Low Back Pain Treatment

Chiropractic care has been proven to decrease pain severity and disability while increasing functional ability in patients experiencing low back pain.

Neck Pain Treatment

Chiropractic care has been proven to help to help people overcome their neck pain and related symptoms.

Treatment of Headache Pain

Headache is an area in which chiropractors near me make a daily and direct contribution to the well-being of their patients. 

Primary Spine Practitioners at Life in Motion Chiropractic and Wellness Chiropractic Treatment of Chronic Lower Back Pain Chiropractic Treatment of Neck Pain Chiropractic Treatment of Headache Pain
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Chiropractic Management of Spine Related Disorders

Treating Spine Related Disorders with Chiropractic Care- Acute/Mechanical Back  & Neck Pain

Pain that has been present less than 4 to 6 weeks where the source of the pain may be in the spinal joints, discs, vertebrae or soft tissues. Read More

- Arthritis

Inflammation in and around the body’s joints which is the body’s natural reaction to disease or injury. Read More

- Back Pain During Pregnancy

Prenatal lower back pain usually occurs where the spine meets the pelvis at the sacroiliac joint and is commonly caused by hormonal changes, postural changes, muscle separation, stress, and weight gain. Read More

- Chronic Back Pain

The source of this type of pain is sometimes hard to decipher and is usually a persistent nagging pain that is commonly elicited after an accident, surgical procedure, muscle strain, sports injury, or can sometimes have no apparent cause. Once the reason(s) for the pain have been determined through a physical examination, treatment can focus on reducing your pain and teaching you self-efficacious strategies to overcome your pain which will improve your mood and function. Read More

- Degenerative Back & Neck Conditions

Degenerative changes in the spine are those that cause the loss of normal structure and/or function and is quite variable in its nature and severity. Considered a natural part of aging it is also elicited via repeated strains, sprains and improper ergonomics of the back and neck. Read More

- Herniated Disc

Occurs when pressure from the vertebrae above and below force some or all of the nucleus pulposus [disc’s gel-like center] through a weakened or torn part of the annulus [disc’s tough, fibrous outer layer] which then presses on the spinal nerve resulting in pain. Read More

- Lower Back Pain

Over 80% of the population will experience pain in their lower back at some point in their lives. The most common cause of this is a strain of the lumbar musculature, sprain of the lumbosacral ligaments, or a combination of the two. Read More

- Myofascial Pain

A condition that affects the muscle(s) and the casing that surrounds the muscle(s) [a.k.a - fascia]. Read More [Also Read: Chiropractic Treatment for Myofascial Pain Syndrome]

- Neck Pain

The most common cause is a sprain/strain of the soft tissues of the neck (muscle, tendon, ligament) but can also be induced by sudden force/trauma (whiplash), poor posture, and degenerative changes. Read More

- Primary Headache

These types of headaches are not a result of any other medical condition and include tension-type, migraine, and cluster headaches. Read More [Also See: Drug-free alternative to Headache Treatment]

- Radiculopathy/Sciatica

Cervical or Lumbar Radiculopathy, also known as a pinched nerve, can occur when a disc herniates and impinges on a spinal nerve or the spinal cord causing pain, numbness or muscle weakness. A radiculopathy may occur spontaneously or with trauma and most commonly affects people between age 30 and 50. Read More

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