At Cesak Chiropractic Family Wellness Center we often treat patients who lack any symptoms at all. This is called “Wellness Care”. Like going to the gym increases your body’s strength, stamina and flexibility so does monthly or weekly Chiropractic adjustments and therapeutic massage.
Many of our patients though are seeking care for relief of various symptoms including pain, numbness/tingling and spasms throughout the body, often caused by the following conditions.
- Disk Injuries
- Personal Injuries
- Sports Injuries
- Back Injuries
Arthritis affects everyone in different ways. In some, joints in the spine, fingers, wrists, shoulders, knees -- even toes -- lose their normal shape and large amounts of fluid and debris fill the joint space. Read More
Though there is no such thing as a "safe" sport, highly competitive sports, such as football, weightlifting, gymnastics, and wrestling, pose particularly higher risks of injuries, especially among children. Read More
Chronic headaches and migraines afflict many Americans. The severity of pain can go from mild and intermittent to episodes of debilitating throbbing, unrelenting agony, as well as nausea. Read More
Motor Vehicle Accidents/Whiplash
Whiplash is an injury to the cervical spine, or neck, and occurs when the muscles and other soft tissues are hyperextended or hyperflexed. Read More
Upper and Lower Extremity (Arms/Legs) Joint Pains and Spasms
We have had great success in treating lots of runners and cyclists with hip, knee and ankle pains. Additionally, lots of baseball players and bowlers have been successfully treated in our clinic for shoulder, elbow and wrist injuries.
Sciatica/Radiating Pain, Numbness and Tingling Down Arms and Legs
These symptoms can often be caused by pinched nerves or moderate to severe muscle spasms and/or disc injuries.
Osteoporosis is a gradual disintegration of bone and it can have a devastating impact on the joints and vertebrae of your spine. Read More
Scoliosis is a lateral (toward the side) curvature in the normally straight vertical line of the spine.