Injuries and Rehabilitation


While some injuries are more common than others, Chiropractic care can often identify the root cause of your injury and provide relief without invasive treatment.
Even post-surgery for fractures, tears, and dislocations, your body may start to react to your initial injury in different ways well after your initial treatment. 

A broken leg, for example, may lead to any number of issues months later, making them often seem unrelated and difficult to identify their cause. Understanding your physiology, a Chiropractor will often be able to identify not only the treatment for pain or the cause for it but also how to avoid future pain and discomfort.

Unlike a traditional Physiotherapist, Chiropractors are trained in evaluating a wide variety of medical conditions affecting the brain, spinal cord, nerves, bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, and tendons.
Chiropractic rehabilitation examines and treats a variety of injuries and illnesses.