Our office specializes in neurostructural chiropractic, which addresses the root issue in order to improve health and provide long-term relief to patients.
What is Neurostructural Dysfunction?
Neurostructural dysfunction consists of two parts- a problem with the position of the head, neck, back and/or pelvis (structural) in addition to a problem with the nervous system (neuro).
Secondary Conditions Treatment Options
We strive to correct the underlying primary condition from the beginning. This often takes more time, but the relief is much more complete and longer lasting.
Things to Know for Your Examination
Neurostructural chiropractic is beneficial for all age groups, from newborns to the elderly. Come in for a complimentary, no-pressure consultation to get on the road to better health.
My pain is gone. Why is it that you want me to keep coming back?
Pain is only a small component of your nervous system. Some estimate that is only comprises about 10 percent of your nervous system. In addition to this small percentage, pain is typically the last of the three components of your nervous system to be affected and the first to resolve.
Does a chiropractor treat my condition?
Yes..and no. People are often surprised to find how chiropractic has been able to help them, or someone they know, with any condition outside of neck pain, back pain, or headaches.
Baby Breech - Webster Technique
Both of our doctors are certified in the Webster's technique. Webster's technique was designed to detect sacral subluxations and provide a gentle correction.
Is Chiropractic Safe for My Newborn?
Yes! You should bring your child in as soon as possible, and yes, we are serious. We don't have to tell you that the birth process is no walk in the park.
What Is a Subluxation?
Simply put, a subluxation is a biomechanical problem that negatively impacts the nervous system.
100 Trillion Reasons to Take Care of Your Gut
The enteric nervous system, or "second brain" as it is often called, is found within the lining of your digestive system and contains about 500 million nerve cells (close to the same number found in your spinal cord).
Thermography - Exam part 1
The paraspinal thermal scan uses infrared technology to accurately measure your skin temperature on both sides of your spine-from your low back to the top of your neck.
sEMG - Exam part 2
At Continuum Chiropractic we test the muscles in your back using surface electromyography (sEMG). The technology is the same that cardiologists use when testing your heart with an EKG/ECG.
Pulse Wave Profile - Exam Part 3
The pulse wave profiler primarily checks your autonomic health by measuring heart rate variability (HRV). HRV is the regularity of the amount of time betwe