Chiropractic Services

Are you in pain? Do you feel dizzy often? Do you suffer from headaches or low back pain? Chiropractic treatment could be the answer to your health problems.

Chiropractors are trained as specialists with an expertise in understanding nerve entrapments, and the process of correcting these entrapments to promote optimal health. The most common symptoms that chiropractors treat include:

• Stiffness

• Soreness

• Balance Disorders

• Sensory Disorders

The noninvasive approach to health makes Chiropractic Care both safe and affordable. Visits usually last around thirty minutes, and involve some type of therapy like electro stimulation, flexion distraction, massage therapy, and chiropractic manipulation.

If it is your first time that you are considering chiropractic treatment, be sure to bring your insurance card and any past medical history, so that the doctor has a complete picture of your overall health.

Also, be specific on the pain or exact areas where you are experiencing pain. In most cases, Chiropractors will have patients fill out pain charts to help aid this process. The better that you are at communicating with the doctor and chiropractic staff, the better the treatment that you will receive.

Some other recommendations from our staff are to wear comfortable clothes, and closed-toe shoes. Also, for the first visit, be sure to plan for at least two hour visit, just to give the doctor enough time to go through the entire exam process.

To receive the best treatment, ask about the credentials of the doctor. Like doctors in other professions, Chiropractors must be board certified. Advanced certifications and degrees always denote quality Chiropractors. Ask our chiropractors about their board certifications and affiliations with professional associations like the American Chiropractic Association and the Illinois Chiropractic Society.

Our chiropractic professionals are standing by for treatment. Call today to schedule your Chiropractic consultation, and begin your path to a healthier you.