Ultimate ChiroCare Takes Great Pride
Ultimate ChiroCare takes great pride in providing the finest chiropractic care to our patients.
Many cases of chronic pain are based on abnormal spinal alignment and movement. If your alignment is off, it creates pressure on nerves, joints and limbs. Bio-mechanical (alignment) problems get worse over time, not better. The goal of a chiropractic adjustment is to align your spine, increase your range of motion, reduce nerve irritability and improve how your body functions.
Utilizing computerized posture analysis, diagnostic x-rays and balance testing, we can reveal important health information, and unlock the door to your improved health and well-being.
Ultimate ChiroCare uses the latest adjustment techniques, including drop tables and computerized adjusting instruments. These methods deliver a gentle, safe and effective spinal adjustment. Computerized adjusting instruments are particularly useful with patients who have joint degeneration or are sensitive to a manual adjustment.
Never in the history of chiropractic have we been able to provide the level of help and expertise that now exists. These newer correction methods are safer, more comfortable and more effective than ever before.
The main goal of a chiropractor is to facilitate the spine, (the link to our entire nervous system), to operate at maximum efficiency. That is primarily done with chiropractic adjustments, spinal decompression, traction and various other methods to attain proper spinal alignment.
Ideal spinal alignment allows an individual to assume standing posture with minimal muscular energy expenditure. This ideal alignment should permit an extended pain-free erect position, without putting undo stress on the nervous system.
Because our spine is our communication link to our entire body, mis-alignment can often cause pain in areas that the average person would not associate with the spine, for example, headaches or leg pain.
Chiropractic Care is most effective when combined with physical therapy treatments that are specific to your condition. These two disciplines are not mutually exclusive, but rather mutually beneficial. Call (630) 778-9000.