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Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic is a healthcare profession that deals with the body’s main structures: the skeleton, muscles and nerves. By making adjustments to these structures (particularly the spinal column), health can be improved. Chiropractic generally treats disorders of the neuromusculoskeletal system, addressing the following:

  • Back and neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Joint pain

In addition to chiropractic adjustment, chiropractors may also recommend:

  • Diet, nutrition and lifestyle modifications
  • Exercise
  • Heat and cold
  • Massage
  • Occupational needs


Chiropractic doctors are stringently educated as healthcare providers. In fact, educational requirements for a Doctor of Chiropractic (DO) include:

  1. Four years of post-graduate study
  2. An additional two years of training
  3. A National Board of Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE) exam
  4. Onsite skills training


Extensively utilized, an estimated 20 million Americans annually seek chiropractic care. It is widely acknowledged as a safe therapy that is drug-free and non-invasive. However, it can also be used (when indicated) in conjunction with conventional medical treatment.

Those who benefit from chiropractic care include:

  • Patients of all ages
  • Patients with a wide array of musculoskeletal system disorders and injuries
  • Patients with general health issues
  • Patients who seek to maintain general health via the chiropractic method

At The Center for Pain Management, we include the use of chiropractic among our effective and non-invasive treatment options. We work closely with our experienced chiropractors to coordinate a customized program for our patients. Check out all of our treatments.

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