Neck & Back Pain

Neck Pain

Neck pain usually arises from pressure or irritation of a spinal nerve root. Cervical spine issues are correctable, especially if addressed early. The longer these problems are allowed to persist, the longer it will take the body to heal and stabilize, once under proper chiropractic care.

Once Dr. Acton identifies the cause of your pain, he will gently and effectively take pressure off of the pinched nerve root. This allows the nerve the opportunity to heal itself and begin to function normally.

Nerve pressure or pinched nerves in the neck can cause numerous symptoms, including:

Stiffness & Discomfort
Radiating pain into the arms, hands and shoulders
Shoulder, Scapula, & Elbow Pain
Hand & Finger Numbness, Tingling, or Weakness
Headaches & Migraines
Tinnitus (Ear Ringing)
Fatigue & Brain Fog
Dizziness & Vertigo
Sleep Issues
Allergies & Sinus
Anxiety & Depression
Dr. Acton doing a back adjustment

Back Pain

Back pain is responsible for more doctor visits in the United States than any other physical ailment. Eighty percent of people will suffer from back pain at some point in their life. Just because it is common does not mean it is "normal." It is very common for people to experience pain and symptoms, but this does not mean it is normal human physiology.

Back pain and associated symptoms can severely impact your day-to-day activities. Whether that’s picking up your kids, playing your favorite sport, standing for long periods of time, etc.

The most common issues related to mid and low back pain are:

Breathing Issues
Digestive Issues
Acid Reflux
Abnormal Blood Pressure
Premenstrual Pain
Bladder Issues
Urinary Problems
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
The good news is these issues are correctable through regular chiropractic care. Through a series of hands-on chiropractic adjustments, Dr. Acton will address the root cause of your pain and promote healing.
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