At Body In Motion Chiropractic, we take pride in the individual, personal attention that each and every patient receives. No two injuries are the same and we create a specialized treatment plan that builds the quickest path to recovery so you can get back to the activities you love. The issues discussed below are the most common areas of pain we see, but this doesn’t mean we haven’t helped many patients with other problem areas as well, including elbows, knees, ribs and muscles. Don’t see you problem listed below, give us a call and let’s talk over the phone at no cost to you, but your time!
Whiplash is a very common neck injury, most often associated with rear-end motor vehicle accidents. The head is abruptly thrown backward and forward causing severe pain when the ligaments and neck muscles are stretched beyond
There are 27 bones in each human hand, of which, 4 create The Carpal Tunnel, located in the wrist. Literally, it is a narrow tunnel or passageway that protects the main nerve going to the hand and tendons. Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by
Approximately 45 million Americans suffer from headaches each year. That calculates out to about one in every six people. Migraine headache. Tension headache. Cluster headache. Cluster headache. Sinus headache. Hormonal headache. The list goes on and on.
The vertebral disc is a jelly like substance that sits between each vertebrae or bone segment of the spine. Its main function is to act as a shock absorber. It also holds the vertebrae together and allows for
The term “hip” is used by most people to describe one of two areas. Many people are referring to an area on their back around their tailbone, but often people are describing where the thigh connects to the pelvis.It is essential to clarify what
The neck is made up of 7 vertebrae, while the entire spinal column consists of 24 moveable vertebrae and 2 fused bones for a total of 26 bones. Ligaments and muscles connect the bones together and help keep them aligned.
Numbness and tingling is an abnormal sensation that can occur anywhere in your body, but is most commonly found in the feet, legs, arms and hands. There are many possible causes of numbness and tingling, but chiropractic addresses numbness and tingling
Pediatrics and pregnant women are two special groups of people who benefit greatly from chiropractic care, but are not always aware of it. Subluxations, or misalignments of bones that can create pain, inflammation, and interference in
Pinched nerve injuries range from minor to severe and can be acute or chronic. They can occur anywhere in the body. Because nerve damage can be permanent, early recognition of the signs and symptoms associated with pinched nerves
There are 26 bones in each foot. Combine this with a intricate network of tendons, ligaments and muscles, to create a structure strong enough to bear the whole load of the body. Foot pain is essential to address immediately because our
The sciatic nerve is the longest and widest nerve in the body and the body has two sciatic nerves. Each nerve travels from the lower spine, down through the pelvis and buttocks, and passes into the back of the leg. It splits near the knee into
Scoliosis is a lateral or sideways curvature in the spine, which is normally straight up and down. It affects anywhere from 5 to 7 million Americans today and is typically developed between the ages of 10 and 16. About 2-3% of Americans have
The shoulder is a very complex part of our body, which consists of a combination of muscles and tendons (the rotator cuff) to keep your arm in the shoulder socket, a lubricating sac called a bursa to allow the tendons to glide freely, and a
If you are an athlete currently, 20 years ago, or a weekend warrior, you understand the variety of activities that can result in painful tears, sprains, and strains. If not addressed right away, these injuries can lead to chronic pain and prevent you
The temporomandibular joint is a small joint located in front of the ear and connects the jaw to the skull. This joint is constantly used throughout the day between talking and eating. Temporomandibular joint disorder, more commonly
The allopathic model of health practice teaches us that if something in our body hurts or is not functioning properly, we fix it by taking medicine or having surgery. But why should we wait until something is completely broken before