Most of us associate chiropractic care with back pain, neck pain, and headache relief… and yes, chiropractors do a phenomenal job at addressing those concerns. But did you know chiropractic care has dozens of other health benefits, that can truly be unlocked by realigning the spine to its optimal shape?
There are two distinct branches of chiropractic care, and we want to help you find the best approach to your treatment.
General Chiropractic – This method involves adjusting various segments of the spine, in order to restore motion to fixated joints and provide immediate pain relief. Unfortunately, however, adjustments alone won’t address any underlying structural or postural alignment problems that have led to your health issues in the first place. Without correcting the root cause of your spinal misalignment, your pain and discomfort will keep coming back days, hours, even minutes after your traditional chiropractic adjustment.
Chiropractic BioPhysics – Doctors practicing this technique not only get you out of immediate pain just like general chiropractors, but they go a few steps further by prescribing injury specific exercises and stretching to restore the normal structure of the spine. By doing so, we can slow down the aging/degenerative processes and allow nerve energy to flow uninterrupted through the spinal cord, out the spinal nerves and to the patient’s limbs and organs for a prolonged period of time – promoting mobility, improved health, and optimal organ function.
Chiropractic BioPhysics has helped patients with:
- Back and Neck Pain
- Headache / Migraines
- Postural Deformities
- Shoulder Pain
- Trouble Sleeping
- Low Metabolism
- High Blood Pressure
- Acid Reflux / GERD
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Frozen Shoulder
- Disc Herniation
Back Pain • Neck Pain • Scoliosis • Auto Accidents
Leaders in the Field
The PostureWorks Co-Founders, Drs. Jason Miller and Scott Levin, serve as Instructors for Chiropractic BioPhysics Seminars, and Dr. Miller serves as a board member for CBP NonProfit Research. PostureWorks is not only sought out by patients looking to receive the best treatment possible but by students and doctors competing for spots in the PostureWorks Preceptor and Residency Programs.