Chiropractic Injuries

Below you will find a list of various injuries that our chiropractor can care for.  By clicking on any of the items you will be given a more thorough description regarding the injury and what could help.

icon-ambulanceCar Accident Injury

Every few seconds, someone is involved in a car accident: most suffering some type of trauma. Impacts as low as 5 mph generate enough force to significantly damage a vehicles bumper: Imagine what type of injury can occur to your spine at greater speeds. Learn More

icon-two-peoplePersonal (Slip/Fall) Injury

Personal injury refers to injuries that come from some type of accident or mishap. Unlike workers comp, personal injury happens outside of work. Learn More


Whiplash is an injury to the neck that is caused by a rapid acceleration and deceleration of the head, most commonly caused by an auto accident. Learn More

icon-person-plusNeck Pain

Millions of Americans suffer from neck pain every year. Neck pain can come in many different forms: a kink in the neck, whiplash injury, stiffness, popping or cracking when you turn your head. Sometimes the pain starts in the neck but moves up the back of the head. Neck Pain

icon-bones-chestBack Pain

Back pain is one of the most common health problems of today. It is estimated 75 million people will experience some type of back pain each year. Over 80 percent of the adult population experienced back pain at some time in their life. Learn More

icon-pain-shoulderShoulder Pain

The shoulder is a complex joint, allowing many different movements and activities. From an anatomical view pint, the shoulder has three bones: the humerus, clavicle and scapula. Learn More


A common ailment in our fast paced and pressure filled world are headaches. Some of the causes include emotional stress, physical trauma, chemical toxins or nutritional deficiencies. A common cause of headaches is misaligned or fixated joints of the neck or back. Learn More

icon-pelvisHerniated Disc (Slipped Disc)

Separating the 24 vertebrae of your spin are cartilage pads called discs. These discs are comprised of a soft interior, which is surrounded by a fairly tough outer layer. Their purpose is to cushion the strains and shocks and various stress placed on the spine in daily movement. Learn More

icon-gearsPinched Nerves and Sciatica

Pinched nerve is a term used when referring to one of the nerves that runs between two vertebrae is being compressed. When this happens it can cause numbness, tingling, burning and soreness along the path of the nerve. Learn More


Spinal vertebrae can lose their normal alignment or motion: in the chiropractic profession this is referred to as a subluxation. The effects of a subluxated vertebrea are pressure on the nerves and blood vessels, interrupting the natural pathways and messages from the brain to various tissues and organs. Learn More


You may experience temporomandibular joint disorder, or TMD after an auto accident or a heavy blow.  Whiplash can cause TMD, and stress can lead to TMD issues as well.  It can affect both sides of your head, or you may only suffer one side.  TMD can last for years if left untreated. Learn More


Those who have been in a rear impact collision are more likely to suffer from vertigo, or a feeling of dizziness, after a car crash.  Vertigo refers to the feeling of spinning, whirling, or motion of yourself or your surroundings.  Suffering from vertigo and dizziness can be disabling.  Dizziness that follows an injury to the head or neck is called post-traumatic vertigo. Learn More


A musculoskeletal pain which covers a wide area, Fibromalgia creates issues for individual’s sleep patterns and memory. One’s mood can be affected and can even cause fatigue to anyone who has Fibromyalgia.  It can also impact the way your brain processes pain signals.  Painful sensations can be causes by this disorder and it can even cause chronic pain. Learn More