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ATLAS TOTAL HEALTH CHIROPRACTIC

Your First Choice For Neck Pain

Atlas Total Health Chiropractic

The Leading Choice For Neck Pain

Neck pain is agonizing, it lessens people’s productivity at work and at home and it can disrupt your ability to sleep through the night. Atlas Total Health Chiropractic care uses advanced digital X-rays, exams, and medical history to determine the cause of your neck pain. Our chiropractors will create a personalized care plan to treat the pain at the source.

At Atlas Total Health Chiropractic, our success is measured not just by the treatments we provide but by the quality of life of each patient – one adjustment at a time.

During your visit to Atlas Total Health Chiropractic, they will perform exams to locate the source of your pain and will ask you a question about your current symptoms and remedies you may have already tried. For example:

  • What have you done for your neck pain?
  • When did the pain start?
  • Does anything reduce pain or make it worse?

Chiropractic care for neck pain rarely hurts. When adjustments are made to specific joints, you may feel some pressure or be slightly uncomfortable, but you should not feel pain once the adjustment is over. If it is your first time being adjusted, you may experience slight soreness or discomfort for 12-24 hours following the first adjustment, but chiropractic adjustments are safe and comfortable when it’s performed by someone trained and licensed to deliver chiropractic care.

Neck pain chiropractors are trained to diagnose patients through physical exams as well as diagnostic tests. Chiropractic treatment plans for neck pain may include some neck exercises to do on your own and suggestions of things to implement for a healthier lifestyle. Neck pain chiropractors do not prescribe medication as part of their treatment.

Atlas Total Health Chiropractic helps restore motion to get you back to regular life, so if you experience neck pain, schedule a consultation for an assessment. Your chiropractor will recommend a course of treatment specific to you which may include spinal adjustments, joint mobilization, muscle release techniques, muscle stimulation, therapeutic exercises, and lifestyle advice.