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Phase 1: Relief Care

Thumbs Up to Relief

Many people go to a chiropractor because they are in pain. In this first phase of care, the main goal is to reduce your symptoms. Sometimes this will require daily visits, or two to three visits per week for a time.

Most people are under the assumption that if they don't feel any pain that there is nothing wrong with them - that they are healthy. Unfortunately, pain is a very poor indicator of health. In fact, pain and other symptoms frequently only appear after a disease or other condition has become advanced.

For example, consider a cavity in your tooth. Does it hurt when it first develops or only after it has become serious? How about heart disease? Regardless of whether you are talking about cancer, heart disease, diabetes, stress or problems with the spine, pain is usually the last thing to appear. When you begin chiropractic care, pain is also the first symptom to disappear, even though much of the underlying condition remains.

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Testimonial

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I would like to thank you for your help with my vertigo problem. After so many months and so many doctors, I was really ready to stop trying to find relief. My husband, Ed Johnson, has so much faith in your work, that he convinced me to see you.

    As you remember, I was reluctant to begin, and unsure of the scope and purpose of laser treatment. It did make sense to me that the problem could have been initiated in the back of my neck. The previous physical therapist seemed to be focusing there.
    After concluding treatment with you, I became aware of a decrease in the episodes of vertigo. In June, I experienced only four or five "bad days". It has now been three weeks since I have had any dizziness at all. It may be over!"
    Mary L. Johnson