Kids, Chiropractic, & Ear Infections

How Serious of a Problem Ear Infections Today? Children in the US are getting more ear infections than ever, and with the rise in complications from antibiotic-resistant bacteria due to overuse of antibiotics, many parents are searching for safer alternatives for treatment and prevention.  In the US, there are 10 million new cases of Otitis […]

The Quality of Herbs

The Quality of Herbs    Can Millions of Americans Be Wrong?        It is estimated that 38% of Americans today use herbs for their health care. The World Health Organization of the U.N. estimates that 80% of the world population uses herbs as part of their primary health care. Plant based health care has a long […]

Relief from Many Musculoskeletal Complaints

We provide relief from many musculoskeletal complaints ranging from knee and ankle problems to carpal tunnel syndrome, neck pain and all areas of spine discomfort, in a safe, natural and noninvasive manner. In addition to musculoskeletal problems, chiropractic treatments have also been shown to benefit many individuals suffering from “medical” ailments such as chronic ear […]

Put an End to Your Back and Neck Pain

Back and neck pain are among some of the most common reasons that individuals visit the doctor. Most primary care physicians try to alleviate their patient’s pain by recommending over-the-counter pain relievers and prescribing certain medications such as NSAIDs. However, medical researchers are starting to take a closer look at the effects these medications actually […]

MUSCLE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Here is a one-of-a-kind program available at Chiropractic Plus that insures patients have the best in core strength, flexibility, and agility.  We call the program the MUSCLE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM. The Muscular Management Program is the best of any pre and post-injury management program bar none The following pages will introduce you to the program, as […]

How Massage Therapy can Help you in 2013

This is the systematized manipulation of soft tissues for the purpose of normalizing them. Practitioners use a variety of physical methods including applying fixed or movable pressure, holding, or causing movement to the body. Therapists primarily use their hands, but may also use their forearms, elbows, or feet. The basic goal of massage therapy is […]

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