Sprain/ Strain

A sprain refers to tearing of the ligaments in a particular joint. Some common areas for sprains are: ankles, wrists, shoulders, and elbows. The symptoms may include swelling, bruising, pain, and limited ability to move that area.

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Shoulder Injury

A few common shoulder injuries are frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injuries,and impingement. These may be caused by overuse, a fall, injury from an athletic event, from a workout, an instability and sometimes may develop gradually over time without any trauma.

Hip Pain

Hip pain can be cause by trauma, tendonitis occurring in the muscles surrounding the hip, low back pain, shoulder pain, sprain/strain of lower extremity muscles and other causes. Muscle and joint causes may be treated using functional movement screening, muscle work, joint mobilization and strengthening techniques.

Hand and Foot pain

There can be many causes for hand and foot pain, such as sprain/strain, inflammation, nerve entrapments, arthritis and many others. Many of these conditions respond well to conservative muscle and joint treatments.


There are many different types of headaches, such as tension, migraines, cervicogenic, cluster, sinus and other conditions may cause headaches as well.

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Auto Accidents

Accidents may cause a host of problems for an individual. Broken bones, fractures, hemorrhage, bruises, whiplash, neck and low back pain are only some of the conditions that may arise.

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Whiplash occurs when a force cause your neck moving in one direction to aggressively move in the opposite direction.

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Low back pain

Chiropractic care has shown to be one of the most effective methods for treating low back pain.

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Radiating Pain

This pain is classified as a nerve condition where nerve interference cause shooting pain from one region to another (i.e sciatica).

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Neck Pain

Neck pain can have multiple causes including but not limited to. Using soft tissue work, joint mobilisation techniques and exercise rehab methods we can treat most of the conditions conservatively.