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We're here to help you heal.

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 At the Chiropractic Center, we provide an array of wellness services, so you can have multiple streams of healing.  Our goal is to help speed up your recovery, and get your body operating at peak performance.  So you can get back to what's important -  living your best life.      



A nonsurgical therapy that uses a machine to gently stretch the spine back and forth, like an accordion.  This stretch and release motion creates a vacuum effect inside the disc, pulling any bulging disc material back in, and taking pressure off pinched nerves.  This vacuum-like force also pull fluids and nutrients into the disc, and increases blood flow to the area.  This surge of fluids, nutrients, and blood flow promotes healing.  

Dry Needling

A therapeutic technique that uses a disposable, sterile needle to treat muscular trigger points.  A trigger point is a tight, knotted muscle that causes pain and structural misalignments.  The doctor inserts the small, thin needle into the trigger point area.  This encourages the wound-up trigger point to relax and release.  Research shows dry needling is safe and effective when used in addition to other treatments.  


Uses mild electrical current pulses to stimulate muscle repair.  These pulses signal the targeted muscles to flex.  In between pulses the muscles relax.  This repeated cycle of contract and release, increases blood flow to the area, promoting healing.  E-stim can also train the muscles to be more responsive to the body’s natural signals to contract.  This can be especially beneficial to people who have injuries in which they must relearn basic motor functions, like stroke survivors.

Auto Accident Care

The impact of an auto accident can sometimes cause the musculoskeletal system to be jolted out of alignment.  Whiplash injuries can lead to debilitating pain, soreness, and stiffness.  If not taken care of properly, the worst cases can lead to years of struggling with chronic pain.  However, the right chiropractic care can help alleviate the pain, without the need for surgery or medications.  Chiropractic addresses the root of the injury, and supports the body's natural healing process.  

Cold Laser Therapy

A non-invasive, FDA approved treatment that uses wavelengths of low-level light to accelerate the healing process.  The laser’s light penetrates between 2-5 cm of skin, and is absorbed into the cells of every kind of tissue - skin, muscle, nerve, ligament, cartilage, etc.  When it interacts with the light sensitive parts of a damaged cell, it promotes regeneration of the cell.  Working much like the process of photosynthesis in plants, cold laser therapy can be used to treat pain, reduce swelling, increase function, and help heal wounds.

Ionic Foot Detox

An easy and relaxing foot bath detox that uses water, salt, and a small electrical current to produce ionic energy.  This ionic energy cleanses on a cellular level, encouraging a release of toxins and free radicals through the soles of the feet.  During the course of the detox, the water will change color and consistency, indicating the type of toxin removed, as well as  which organ or tissue it was pulled from. Removing toxins such as heavy metals and harmful chemicals from the body, can decrease the chance of disease, and free up the body’s energy to heal from chronic issues.     

While other professions are concerned with changing the environment to suit the weakened body, chiropractic is concerned with strengthening the body to suit the environment.

B.J. Palmer

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