MEDICAL CONDITIONS

Our Medical Doctors, Nurse Practitioner’s, Chiropractors and Licensed Physical Therapists are able to evaluate and prepare a customized treatment plan to help alleviate a wide spectrum of medical conditions.

Arthritis

An autoimmune disease resulting in long-term inflammation of joints and surrounding tissue.

Auto Accidents

It is important to seek treatment for any physical symptoms that may manifest after an auto accident, possibly indicating an undiagnosed injury.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

CTS results from irritation of the median nerve that runs from the neck, through the wrist and into the hand. Centered in a very narrow passageway of bone and ligament known as the carpal tunnel, this nerve can become restricted or pinched when the path becomes inflamed.

Carpal Tunnel

Excessive pressure placed on the median nerve of the wrist. It may cause loss of feeling, immobility, numbness or tingling.

Disc Herniation

Discs within the spinal column can become herniated after a significant accident or even with the general aging process. This occurs when the cushion-like layer between the discs becomes dislodged or ruptured, causing undue friction.

Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS)

Is a chronic pain in the back or legs usually occurring after spinal surgery.

Fibromyalgia

Disorder causing general unease and constant pain.

Knee Pain

Knee pain is a common problem for a number of people. Whether it’s due to wear and tear or direct trauma to the joint, knee discomfort has the potential to affect your mobility.

Leg Pain & Sciatica

Many different types of activities can cause the sciatic nerve to become inflamed, including heavy lifting, sitting, or even walking. This can make performing daily activities painful and limited.

Low Back Pain

Chronic back pain is one of the most common conditions that doctors and healthcare providers see in their offices.  Often times, patients see a medical professional after frequent lower back pain becomes too much for them.

Migraine / Stress Headaches

Chronic pain in the head, normally classified as a migraine, cluster headache or tension headache.

Neck Pain

Neck pain can occur for several different reasons.  Often times it can start as a result of an accident or trauma to the neck or shoulder or it can be due to the excessive strain of daily activities, i.e. working at a desk or computer each day.

Peripheral Neuropathy

Signals to and from the brain cease to work properly.

Pain Treatment

If you experience mild to severe pain that does not go away, pain that is described as stinging, burning, aching, electrical, or a constant feeling of stiffness, tightness or general discomfort, then you may benefit from treatment.

Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is any injury to this tendon and is the most common cause of heel pain.

Scoliosis

A symptom of other medical problems that cause pain, weakness, tingling or numbness in the legs due to a damaged sciatic nerve.

Spinal Stenosis

Spinal stenosis is a gradual thinning of the spine. There can be several different reasons for this condition to occur but the most common is osteoarthritis of the spine or spinal joint degeneration.

Tendonitis

Tendonitis refers to inflammation, swelling and pain of a tendon caused by overuse or injury.​