Whiplash treatment in Savannah GA
We have treated many hundreds of whiplash injuries. We are experts in whiplash treatment and have specialized equipment specifically for treating these injuries and rehabilitating the neck (cervical spine) to its original health and curvature.
The injury itself is non-specific, so it can mean something different in two different people. Typically, it involves an injury to either the muscles, tendons, ligaments or discs, or a combination thereof. As there is a vast network of ligaments and muscles, an individual exam is necessary to determine the specific injury, the extend of the injury, and the correct course of treatment needed. (more…)
Colic – Should my child get adjusted?
Yes, children can benefit from chiropractic care. Children are very physically active and experience many types of falls and blows from activities of daily living as well as from participating in sports. In the case of very young children, their muscles are not yet strong enough to properly stabilize their spine and thus injuries or subluxations can occur rather easily.
These injuries may not cause any pain at all, or they may cause many symptoms including back and neck pain, stiffness, soreness or discomfort. If the child is too young to tell you what is bothering them, they will just cry out endlessly. This behavior is called colic. (more…)
Fibromyalgia Treatment in Savannah GA
Fibromyalgia is often considered a “waste bucket” medical term, because it is a diagnosis that includes so many different symptoms, with little to no explanation as to the cause.
There is some debate as to what causes fibromyalgia, and it can be triggered by many different events, including: physical trauma (such as a car accident), psychological stress (such as PTSD), or surgery. In many cases, symptoms can come on gradually over time, making it hard to pinpoint any one event that may have caused the symptoms.
While there is no cure for fibromyalgia, chiropractic and exercise therapy can help with the common symptoms of fibromyalgia (more…)