Chiropractic is a conservative treatment of health problems without the use of drugs or surgery intended to reduce vertebral subluxations through specific chiropractic spinal adjustments. The goal is to restore optimal posture and spinal alignments which results in improved range of motion and reduced spinal wear and tear.

Your nervous system is composed of the brain, spinal cord, and spinal nerves. It controls every cell, tissue, organ and system of your body by sending nerve impulses down from your brain through your spine to those organs and tissues. A vertebral subluxation is the result of spinal bones with improper motion or position affecting nerve communications between your brain and your body. It is a stress response in the body which causes muscle spasms and irritates the spinal nerves.

Distorted nerve communications can be an underlying cause of many health problems beyond just headaches and back pain. For example. Interference with nerve impulses going to or from your stomach: stomach problems.

Therefore, having a spine free of vertebral subluxations is essential for optimal health.1

Below is a chart of the spinal nerves, the organs they innervate, and the possible symptoms that may occur from interrupted innervation to those organs.

Our physicians are trained in various techniques including Chiropractic Biophysics, Activator Methods, Logan Basic Technique, Diversified, drop table, Arthrostim, muscle activation, physiotherapy, gua-sha, exercise rehabilitation, pediatrics, pelvic distortion, and kinesiotaping. Our physicians are proficient in Advanced Muscular Rehabilitation and utilize advanced and traditional methods which are gentle, painless, and effective.

Below are some of the more common conditions we treat.

1. Low back and neck disc herniations (slipped discs)
2. Facet syndromes
3. TMJ Disorders
4. Fibromyalgia
5. Tennis elbow
6. Sprain/strains of various regions
7. Rotator cuff shoulder injuries
8. AC shoulder separations
9. Meniscus and ligamentous knee disorders
10. Ankle problems
11. Heel spurs
12. Plantar fascitis
13. Several arthritic conditions
14. Spinal stenosis
15. Whiplash
16. Nutritional disorders
17. Hip problems
18. Tingling in hands and feet
19. Pinched nerves
20. Automobile related injuries
21. Several conditions stemming from pressure on the nervous system.

Stay in the race with Caraotta Chiropractic Orthopedics. Our office prides ourselves in accepting and rehabilitating difficult cases and preventing individuals from having unnecessary surgical intervention by providing non-surgical solutions for spinal and joint related conditions. If surgery is necessary, however, we advise patients promptly and refer them to the most qualified specialists in our community. We work with a variety of medical specialists in the community when necessary to give the patient the best combination of care.