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Chiropractic

Chiropractic is a science dedicated to and based on the human body, particularly the relationship between the skeletal and nervous systems. When balanced, these vital systems interact to preserve and restore your health. Chiropractic is a hands-on approach to health care, relying on the body to heal itself by correcting any misalignments that may prevent this healing from occurring.

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Chiropractic adjustments are designed to:

  • Treat and correct mechanical restrictions and fixations(dysfunctional joints)
  • Increase your range of motion and movements
  • Eliminate excessive strain on your muscles
  • Decrease pain and discomfort

Adjustments are the central part of any chiropractic treatment. The chiropractic adjustment is a therapeutic manipulation that uses controlled force, leverage, direction, amplitude, and velocity directed at specific joints. Dr. Stripling performs specific adjustments that are gentle and pain free in order to restore proper joint movement in his patients.

Chiropractic is excellent at treating acute pain, but regular chiropractic checkups keep the body in optimal shape and will prevent future injuries. Patients who are active, have stressful jobs, or just want to feel their best, find that preventative visits are important in the maintenance of their overall health.

Dr. Stripling provides his patients with individual treatment plans based on their needs.  He does not “sell” to his patients and will never say you need to come in three times a week for the next six months.  His goal is to get you out of pain quickly, function at your best, and teach you what to do in order to stay out of pain.

Dr. Stripling checking spinal movement

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