Chiropractic Works



3:00PM- 6:15PM

Tuesday Closed

8:00AM- 12:00PM
3:00PM- 6:15PM


 At Chiropractic Works, we focus on the structural correction of the spine. While our initial interest is the elimination of your pain, our fundamental goal is to restore your spine to as close to its normal alignment as is possible. While this isn't always possible, it's important to understand that the closer the human body is to its normal alignment, the better it will perform. We are not claiming that this technique is superior to other chiropractic procedures, it's simply a different approach that is supported by an enormous amount of research.

Because of our commitment to your health, we focus our sight on the true cause of your condition, not simply the symptoms. Symptoms are important, but alleviating a symptom doesn't correct the condition. Does a pain down the left arm necessarily indicate a problem with the left arm? Could it also be a heart related problem? Unfortunately, many people have become accustomed to temporary fixes and medication (which simply mask the pain). It has been well established by peer reviewed scientific research that the loss of the normal alignment of the spine is the likely cause of many musculoskeletal and nerve conditions.

The loss of the normal spinal curvatures creates the perfect recipe for a neck or low back condition. Additionally, the function of the spinal nerves and their pathways to every cell in the human body doesn't always give us a warning signal until the damage is done.

As a doctors that focus on structural chiropractic care, we naturally take a close look at posture. Posture is like a window into the spine. In fact, it's an excellent indicator as to what we'll find when we carefully examine your radiographs. Most people are very surprised to find out that years of poor posture (sitting at a computer, slouching, hours in the car) progressively causes a shift in the spine, which in turn may lead to debilitating conditions such as disc related problems and migraine headaches. Shifts in spinal alignment are also the primary causes of muscular imbalance, muscular tension, early joint degeneration and disc degeneration.