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Chiropractic Care

At White Chiropractic, we provide advanced spinal correction utilizing “state of the art” chiropractic techniques. These newer correction methods are safer, comfortable, and more effective than ever before. Our adjustments are gentle and specific, only moving the vertebrae that are out of alignment and only using as much force as needed to give the correction. Our doctors have experience with many adjusting techniques and will use the one best suited for each individual based on their age, condition, and body type and sensitivity level. Our techniques include diversified (manual adjustments), Thompson (drop-table adjustments), and instrument-assisted adjustments. Because each vertebra is held in position by strong ligaments and many layers of muscles, adjustments are most effectively done by relaxing the spinal musculature prior to adjusting. Relaxed muscles allow vertebrae to move more easily, and spinal corrections will be effective for a longer period of time.

Chiropractic continues to grow because it is effective, safe, and gentle. It also respects your body's natural healing and recuperative powers. It is the most popular drug-free, surgery-free healthcare system in the world, offering you and your family a real choice. Chiropractic releases deep stress within your body and mind so you'll function better, permitting your natural healing ability, your inner healer, to function better. That's why nearly every condition to which the flesh is heir has responded to chiropractic including ear infections, asthma, allergies, colic, bed-wetting, hearing problems, skin conditions, digestive and menstrual problems, infertility, spine and nerve pain, colds and flu, headache, sciatica, emotional and neurological conditions and many, many other conditions. People also visit their chiropractors for more energy, improved sports performance, better balance, clearer thinking, better resistance to disease and to help ensure drug-free lives for themselves and their families.