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Being able to do what you want is one of life’s greatest joys. We understand the frustration that ensues when pain gets in the way of your desire to be active. Chiropractic is a healthy, safe, and effective way to keep your body at its healthiest so that you can live your life!


Chiropractic is a natural form of health care. It has been around for thousands of years and was practiced by some of the great ancient cultures of the world, including the Chinese and Greeks. Chiropractors use spinal adjustments (or manipulations) to correct spinal misalignments. This restores proper function to the nervous system, helping your body to heal naturally. Chiropractic doesn't involve the use of prescription drugs or surgery. It is an affordable and effective form of modern medicine that over 22 million Americans use each year.


People often think of chiropractic simply as a method to treat back pain. While it is true that approximately 1/3 of all chiropractic patients come in seeking relief from back pain, chiropractic is effective in treating a broad number of ailments. Traumatic injuries sustained while playing sports or being involved in auto accidents respond particularly well to chiropractic medicine. Our office has found great success in using chiropractic in the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome, TMJ, frozen shoulder, plantar fasciitis, sciatica, headaches and more.


At Active Life Chiropractic, we recognize that patients come to us with different goals in mind. Some are seeking recovery from an injury, some want help with an acute problem such as lower back pain or a severe headache. Others seek maintenance care to keep their bodies working their best. Others are looking for health optimization- as a way to perform better at sports or other endeavors they are pursuing. No matter why you seek chiropractic, we are happy to help you! We believe that chiropractic can help you achieve a happier and healthier life- an active life!


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