Arthritis
A gradual breakdown, or deterioration, of the joint spaces in your musculoskeletal system.


Bulging Disc
A common condition related to the spine, which occurs when a disc distends through a crevice in the spine.


Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
A progressive and sometimes painful joint disorder caused by a compression of the median nerve of your hand. The compression causes swelling, which exerts pressure on the nerves.


Subluxations
Another term for the misalignment of the vertebrae. Subluxations can create pressure on the spinal nerves, causing a wide variety of symptoms throughout the body including localized soreness, pain, bodily irregularity and weakness.


Whiplash
An injury to the neck or cervical spine that occurs when muscles are hyper extended.


Chronic Back Pain
Unlike Acute Pain, Chronic Back Pain lasts more than three months.


Degenerative Disc Disease
A condition in which the inner core of the vertebral discs leak proteins that can inflame the nerve roots.


Headache
The most common causes are physical trauma, emotional stress, nutritional deficiencies or chemical toxins. Sometimes there may be a combination of these and other factors. Our examination process helps identify the most likely cause.


Migraine
A severe headache that has a tendency to reoccur when blood vessels and the head and neck spasm, restricting the blood flow to the brain.


Sciatica
A condition in which the sciatic nerve, which is several small nerves bundled within the pelvis area, is injured. Sciatica causes numbness, tingling and in the buttocks, legs, feet and toes.


Scoliosis
A medical term that refers to spinal curvatures and a condition that often begins in early childhood.