Knee Pain in Wilsonville OR

Knee Pain in Wilsonville OR

Chiropractic, Exercise Rehabilitation, Injury, Massage
Whether a knee condition is acute (injury related) or chronic (wear and tear related) the importance of getting a good diagnosis and receiving the proper treatment cannot be understated. Although pain-killers can help relieve some pain and swelling, it takes specific corrective measures to address the initial cause of the problem. A Doctor of Chiropractic is specially trained to treat these types of conditions at this level. A consultation with a chiropractor could help you determine just how much you can do to improve the condition of your knees. Direct trauma to the knee from falls, motor vehicle accidents, and other sources can lead to acute knee conditions. Poor alignment, over-use, genetic weakness, and disease lead to chronic knee conditions. With both chronic and acute knee conditions, a Doctor of…
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Worker’s Comp Chiropractor in Wilsonville OR

Worker’s Comp Chiropractor in Wilsonville OR

Chiropractic, Corporate Wellness, Exercise Rehabilitation, Injury, Massage, Preventative
On the job injuries are most commonly sustained in the low back and shoulder joints. The most common approach for these situations in pain medication and a leave of absence from work. Giving the injured area time to heal is beneficial, but is more important to get the body back to a stable functionality in a reasonable amount of time. Massage and chiropractic, combined with exercise rehabilitation, is an exceptionally successful treatment plan for getting damaged joints and muscles through the healing process. Addressing the injured tissues allows for a faster and more effective recovery. Proactively, when an establishment adapts a Corporate Wellness program to decrease and prevent Worker’s Comp cases, the levels of risk for injury are placed into 3 categories: ~ No Risk- the employee has no complaints…
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TMJ Treatment in Wilsonville, OR

TMJ Treatment in Wilsonville, OR

Chiropractic, Injury, Massage
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is used upwards of 2,000 times a day, enabling you to talk, breathe, chew, laugh… making it one of the most used joints in the body. This small joint is the hinge point at which the jaw connects to the skull, directly in front of the ear. With stats like this, it’s no surprise that this delicate joint can become imbalanced, over used and injured. The most common causes for the dysfunction of the TMJ are teeth grinding, nail biting, motor vehicle accidents, dental work, whiplash, stress and direct trauma. Many of these injuries to the TMJ create muscle imbalances in the joint, making the jaw move, or track, improperly. These dysfunctions can present as pain in the ear, neck, jaw and teeth, as well as…
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