LifeSpring Chiropractic Services

Here at LifeSpring Chiropractic, we offer a wide range of adjustment services for chiropractic wellness. We offer relief for many conditions like back pain, jaw pain, sports chiropractic, scoliosis, hip pain, and much more.

Chiropractors address the nervous system through correcting vertebral subluxations also known as spinal misalignments.

Some of the most common ways a jaw becomes misaligned is through stressful clenching, teeth grinding at night, past whiplash injuries, ear popping, and neck misalignments.

Sports chiropractic is a type of sports medicine. Sports medicine is not a specialty itself, but rather a term that includes many types of specialties that work with athletes.

Bad posture can occur from a variety of different things. The most common reason you may be experiencing bad posture is due to daily improper repetitive motions that are causing your body to feel stuck in positions that are not correct.

In lay terms, scoliosis is when there is a curve in the spine (normally over 15-20 degrees) that negatively impacts the movement and integrity of the spine and the rest of the skeleton.

Yes chiropractors work on shoulders. Shoulders are one of the most complex joints in the body because of its wide range of motion and versatility. This often leads to several shoulder issues.

Pediatric chiropractors are trained with the latest research and examination methods to correct spinal misalignments in children as young as 1 day old.

We have several people that originally come to our office for help with hip pain and other hip issues. The true hip joint consists of the femoral head and the acetabulum of the ilium. It is a ball and socket joint with a large range of motion.

We see many people every day that initially come into our office for knee pain. However, what we have come to realize, is that the majority of the time the knee is not the cause of the knee pain! 

Neck pain and headaches can be debilitating and uncomfortable. When the spine is misaligned, the muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and nerve tissue surrounding the area often become inflamed and painful.