Chiropractor Neck Adjustment

Align Chiropractic uses multiple treatment methods to help you return to and maintain your overall health. Whether your situation was caused by injury, disease, a fall or poor posture, our services will help your recovery and reduce your pain.

Chiropractic Adjustment

The actions of everyday life can cause the vertebrae in our backs to move in ways they were not designed to move. When this movement results in vertebrae moving out of alignment, it is called subluxation and can lead to pain throughout the body. Chiropractic adjustment begins the process of moving the body back into proper alignment and relieving the pain associated with subluxation.

Spinal Decompression

This machine is designed for non-surgical correction of bulging, herniated or degenerated discs. Bad discs can cause severe back pain and radiating pain into lower extremities; also known as sciatica. Spinal Decompression slowly and gently separates the vertebrae. This separation creates a negative pressure or suction, which is designed to suck the disc back into place. It also draws in the surrounding blood and nutrients to help heal and repair the damaged disc.

Intersegmental Traction

As you age, gravity and body weight put pressure on the discs between your vertebrae. Intersegmental traction is a wave-like motion which opens and closes the spaces between your vertebrae, pumping fluid back into the discs and rehydrating them. This process is called imbibition, which helps reverse degeneration by slowly adding height back into degenerated discs. This proves also relieves pressure on nerves and spinal cord.


The purpose of electrotherapy is to reduce swelling, relieve muscle spasms, sedate local nerves and increase circulation to the area, which promotes healing. There are many physiological reasons one can use electrotherapies; our main reasons are pain control and decrease in inflammation.

Heat and Ice

There are many physiological reasons, the primary reason we use heat is to increase blood supply and circulation to the area we are treating, which promotes healing. However, for patients with a more recent or acute injury where there is inflammation present, heat can cause


Therapeutic ultrasound sending inaudible high frequency sounds whose vibrations can be used to create a heat response in your muscles, ligaments, tendons and other structures of your body. Ultrasound can help relieve muscle spasms, soreness and trigger points. The gel is used as a barrier between your skin and the ultrasound.

Therapeutic Exercises

These exercises are designed to help increase stability, mobility and alignment of the spine and surrounding musculature. They will help to strengthen, retrain and reeducate the muscles surrounding your spine. This is meant to help prevent your problems and symptoms from becoming a chronic and reoccurring. When paired with adjustments, these exercises help hold the alignment in place and allow for a long-term solution.

Cold Laser

Cold laser therapy is a low-intensity laser therapy that stimulates healing while using low levels of light. It helps to reduce inflammation and suppressing pain by your cells absorbing the light energy and converting it to cell energy. In essence, it helps to repair damaged tissue below the surface of the skin.

Physical Therapy Exercise


We add stretching to patient’s treatment plans because it improves our results. Stretching the spinal muscles and leg muscles that stabilize your spine will usually make you more limber and flexible, improve your coordination and make your joints healthier by increasing blood circulation and joint lubrication.

Massage Therapy/Manual Therapy

The different between massage therapy and manual therapy is the intent of the therapy. Massage therapy is done to increase circulation and promote relaxation. Manual therapy is done to increase pain-free range of motion and facilitate the patient’s return to functional activities. In our office, both are performed by a licensed massage therapist. Patients who receive manual therapy need it to help eliminate pain and restore function. This will include deep tissue work and is done for shorter periods, typically 10-15 minutes.

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