Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is often misdiagnosed, resulting in improper treatment and leading people to believe that their problem is worse than it really is. [read more]


Following low back pain, headache is the most common condition encountered in a chiropractic office. [read more]

Low Back Pain

Back injuries can range from mild recurring pain and annoying stiffness to severe disabling conditions. [read more]

Posture and Ergonomics

Most people who present to a chiropractic office do so because they are having some form of pain that is originating from muscles, connective tissue or joints. [read more]

Rotator Cuff Injuries

When four rotator cuff muscles are weak, due to an injury or when they are being overpowered by a strong deltoid muscle, they can’t effectively do their job. [read more]


Scoliosis is a significant sideways bending to the spine that is easily visible when viewing the spine from the back. [read more]

Sports Injuries

Proper function of the spine and the joints is integral for optimal sports performance, and injuries in sports are common. [read more]

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)

TMJ is the short term to describe the temporomandibular joint - the joint that connects your jaw (the mandible) to the skull (specifically, the temporalis bone). [read more]