The first question to ask is “Do I need chiropractic care?”
Do you have back pain?
Do you have neck pain?
Do you get headaches more than three times per month?
Do you have numbness or tingling?
Do you have a new injury?
Have you had repetitive injuries or micro-traumas?
Are your joints stiff or do they grind?
Are you in more pain than you are not?
Do you take over the counter medication more than twice a month?
All these are signs that you need chiropractic care, and without the care the problems will only become more severe and more complicated.
Back Pain Therapy
Leave your back pain behind.
Back pain can be so troubling and debilitating. What’s worse, even the little relief you get by using ice or heat, or by taking Tylenol or Advil, only covers up the issue and never heals the problem. Whether you’re suffering from acute or chronic back pain, Dr. Lockhart will move quickly to truly address your pain.
Dr. Lockhart offers several different techniques of conservative chiropractic care, multiple therapy treatments and alternative treatments to help your back feel good again. We can create a comprehensive treatment plan to address your trouble, including adjustments, stretches, strengthening exercises and nutrition.
Neck Pain Therapy
Stop your struggles with neck pain.
Many of our patients come to us complaining of neck pain, headaches and other problems. Neck pain can significantly impact the quality of your activities, your health and your life.
But there is hope, starting with correctly diagnosing the source of the pain. There are many causes of neck pain, including:
• Pinched Nerves • Disc Problems
• Injury • Muscle Spasms
• Bad Posture • Arthritis
• Joint Problems • Stress
If you are suffering from neck pain, stiffness or pain to the touch, it’s time to get help.
Put an end to your shoulder pain.
One of the most mobile joints in the human body, the shoulder is also one of the most complex. It is no wonder that it can cause you so much grief. Fortunately, Dr. Lockhart is very familiar with the various problems that can occur in the shoulder, shoulder blade, mid back and arms.
We address the symptoms—and the problems.
More than just treating the pain, we focus on treating the underlying cause. Shoulder pain can be caused by overexertion, pinched nerves, dislocations, previous fractures and various other problems. Symptoms often include:
• Difficulty lifting • Difficulty carrying objects
• Pain • Numbness
• Tingling • Swelling
Start with a personalized treatment plan.
If you’ve had any of these symptoms for an extended period of time, we urge you to come in for a consultation. After a thorough examination, we will explain the problem and create a treatment plan that works best for you. Treatment options include ultrasound, muscle stim, microcurrent, stretching and strengthening exercises.
With any sudden or chronic shoulder pain, it is best to get medical attention before the problem gets worse. Call us today for your appointment.