Our Services

Manual Adjusting
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Getting adjusted is a unique experience. It is a safe and effective way to treat many types of musculoskeletal conditions. Chiropractors usually adjust your spine, but are also capable of adjusting joints in your arms, hands, legs, and feet! Patients will often hear a popping sound when they get adjusted. This is your joints releasing a gas that creates an audible sound. It is very normal. Some patients report feeling relief immediately after being adjusted. Others patients may feel relief shortly afterwards. It is not uncommon for patients to have some mild soreness after their adjustment. This discomfort is very mild and usually resolves within 24 hours. If you have concerns about the safety of chiropractic treatment, freel free to call and schedule a time to talk with Dr. Harwood. He is always happy to answer questions you may have. For more basic information on the safety of chiropractic, click here
Activator Method​​s
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Activator Methods is a great alternative to manual adjusting. It is one of the most researched techniqes in all of chiropractic. It is very safe and effective. The activator tool makes a clicking sound when used. It delivers an effective chiropractic adjustment with very little force felt by the patient. Let us know if you would prefer to be adjusted with an Activator.

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Kinesiotaping
Kinesio tape is an excellent tool to help relieve pain in the muscles and joints. Especially with activity. It aids muscles in their natural movement patterns to decrease the amount of work they have to do. Athletes often enjoy decreased muscle fatigue, and decreased pain during and after activity when using kenesio tape.
In Office and Home Exercise Therapy
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We all know that exercise has endless benefits to our heath, but did you know that it can help you with your pain too? Focused exercise can help speed up recovey and prevent re-injury in the future. It is one of the most provent ways to relieve chronic pain.