How can I help you?
Everyone can benefit and feel better from chiropractic adjustments. The trick is to find the practitioner you like, who will understand your problems, and also know they can help you. Most people have an understanding that chiropractic is a 'treatment' for back and neck pain. Although this is somewhat true, it is only a small part of what can be helped, and it is not the focus of my practice. In my career, there have been many people who have come to me with a specific acute pain, typically in their back or neck, or joints in their arms or legs. I can help people with aches and pains by addressing the cause, and then suggesting a care-plan in my office to relieve or eliminate the pain.
This is only the minimal level of what can be accomplished in my office.
My goal is to help people improve their health by getting adjusted and also by teaching them about how they can sustain and progress to new levels of health. Many people say, "I just want to be the way I was. Can you fix me back to how I used to feel?" Well, my suggestion is not to go in that direction. My intention is to help you learn new ways about your health, to teach you about how your body functions, and to help you achieve a better state of yourself. In life, you are constantly learning, developing, wanting to improve yourself to match your goals, values, and desires. I can help you achieve those things, in addition to eliminating your pain, and to get you to a new level of health!
Many people who see me are living with a lot of stress and they feel tired all the time, no energy, they have poor eating choices, are depressed, and feel "stuck" in their lives. There is a whole spectrum of health issues people come to me for help. I am confident that I can help most people, children and babies included.
I've helped many people with the following issues:
Lack of motivation
Poor Immune System
Low Back Pain
Foot pain and Ankle pain
Knee pain, also from old injuries and surgeries
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
I have also helped many dancers and athletes with new and old injuries such as torn muscles and joint sprains, chronic injuries, and pain and lack of motion from old surgeries.