Stress from tension, anxiety, accidents, overexertion, and poor posture are all things that can cause inflammation, injury, or spine and joint degeneration. For these types of spinal injuries as well as muscle injuries, a chiropractor is an excellent choice for patients seeking conservative, drug-free care for their pain.
What Can Chiropractic Care Help You With?
- Lower Back Lumbar Pain
- Sciatica Nerve Pain
- Arthritis Stiffness
- Neck Pain & Numbness Into Arm
- Allergies/Sinus Issues
- Shoulder/Wrist Injuries
- Foot/Knee Injuries
- Improve Energy
- Enhance Cognitive Skill
- Optimize Immune Functions
- Improve Sleep
- Improve Peak Sports Performance
- Balance Blood Pressure
- Circulatory Issues
Our doctors, Dr. Lisa Merritt & Dr. Parker Ward, are expertly trained to diagnose and treat the many neuromusculoskeletal injuries that may occur during sports or recreational activities, work related impairments or in your daily life. The team at Weddington Chiropractic Wellness Center utilize over 15 different conservative techniques and will assess which one is best for you.
Over time, a patient often alters the normal position or flexibility of the spinal vertebrae. This causes nerve interference that can affect the musculoskeletal functions. Chiropractic treatment is designed to restore normal joint alignment and enhance 100% nerve function of every system in the body. Instead of the “band aid” effect, Dr. Merritt and Dr. Knight get to the core of the problem. Gentle manipulative therapy or an “adjustment” rapidly stabilizes the patient to a productive status.
Today, chiropractic ranks as the third-largest health care profession and is the most widely used drug-free treatment in the world. This means that Weddington Wellness only uses procedures that are backed up by research and clinical evidence supporting their efficacy in resolving specific issues. Our conservative methods of care are diagnosed on your health history, age, current condition, lifestyle habits, a thorough exam and if necessary, x-rays or an MRI. We also provide guidance with advice designed to reduce work-related injuries, proper lifting procedures and therapeutic stretching exercises.