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At Kinetic Chiropractic our goal is to provide specific and directed adjustments to the spine and extremities to restore proper biomechanical and neurological function, to alleviate pain and provide overall body wellness.

Conditions Chiropractic Can Help With

Chiropractic care is effective for a wide variety of conditions. The following is a partial list of some of the most common conditions that can be effectively treated with Chiropractic care. If you do not see your specific condition listed, we encourage you to contact us so we can personally address your particular concerns.

  1. Athletic Injuries

    Chiropractic care refers to multiple holistic treatment options, including chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy and vibration therapy. Chiropractic adjustments are our first line of defense when it comes to reducing and preventing pain and sports injuries. When the vertebrae and joints are misaligned, the muscles and ligaments do not move properly and nerves and soft tissues become agitated and inflamed. By ensuring that your body is properly aligned, we are taking the stress off the surround muscles and ligaments and ensuring proper movement of the skeletal system.

  2. Back/Neck Pain

    Since its inception in 1895, chiropractic has provided treatment for patients with back pain, neck pain and headache. Throughout American chiropractic history, some chiropractors have claimed a relationship among the spine, nervous system and brain as essential to one’s health and have held that structural imbalances within the spine can affect functioning with the spinal cord, nerves, muscles, bones and joints of the body.

  3. Headaches/Migraines

    Numerous research studies have shown that chiropractic adjustments are very effective for treating tension headaches, especially headaches that originate in the neck.

    Each individual’s case is different and requires a thorough evaluation before a proper course of chiropractic care can be determined. However, in most cases of tension headaches, significant improvement is accomplished through manipulation of the upper two cervical vertebrae, coupled with adjustments to the junction between the cervical and thoracic spine. This is also helpful in most cases of migraine headaches, as long as food and lifestyle triggers are avoided as well.

  4. Poor Immune System

    The nervous system and immune system are hardwired and work together to create optimal responses for the body to adapt and heal appropriately. Neural dysfunctions due to spinal misalignments are stressful to the body and cause abnormal changes that lead to a poorly coordinated immune response. Chiropractic adjustments have been shown to boost the coordinated responses of the nervous system and immune system.

    The autonomic nervous system is hardwired into the lymphoid organs such as the spleen, thymus, lymph nodes, and bone marrow that produce the body’s immune response. Growing evidence is showing that immune function is regulated in part by the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system.

    Subluxation is the term for misalignments of the spine that cause compression and irritation of nerve pathways affecting organ systems of the body. Subluxations are an example of physical nerve stress that affects neuronal control. According to researchers, such stressful conditions lead to altered measures of immune function & increased susceptibility to a variety of diseases.

  5. Stress

    Chronic stress leads to nerve irritation. The adjustments of a chiropractor release muscle tension, and that helps the body return to a more balanced, relaxed state. Adjustments also reduce spinal nerve irritation, and improve blood circulation. These changes may be enough, in many cases, to convince the brain to turn off the fight or flight response, beginning the process of healing. A healthy and balanced spine is one key to effectively managing stress.


    Chiropractors are trained in nutritional and other therapies for stress. Several nutritional supplements, including B vitamins, help the body cope with stress. A Doctor of Chiropractic may also recommend relaxation techniques, and discuss posture and environmental changes to help recovery from chronic stress.


    A chiropractor cannot make a job less stressful, or create a quieter, calmer world. What chiropractic treatment can do is help you develop healthy responses to stress, reducing potential physical damage.

    Chiropractic is based on the concept that given the opportunity, the mind and body can heal itself. In relieving some of the effects of chronic stress, chiropractic care provides just such an opportunity.