Appropriate Conditions: - Lumbar disc herniation - Cervical disc herniation - Thoracic disc herniation - Spondylolisthesis - Stenosis - Degenerativedisc disease - Facet syndrome - Pelvic pain - Headache - Compression defects - Loss of spine lordosis - Loss of range of spinal motion - Whiplash-type injuries - Scoliosis (not to cure, but to maintain mobility of the curve) - Osteoporosis - Transitional segment - Pregnancy back pain - Subluxation - Postural faults - Osteoarthritis of spine - Patients unable to tolerate vigorous adjustment - Synovial Cyst - Coccydynia - Mechanical back pain (such as that accompanying ankylosing spondylitis, collagen vascularizing diseases, pelvic pain, pregnancy) - Fibromyalgia - Neurological Diseases (such as multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, stroke) - and more *
* This list is neither inclusive of all conditions nor exclusive of other conditions. Not every patient with these specific conditions may benefit as other factors may influence the patient case. These are merely general conditions. The chiropractor will examine each patient carefully to determine the appropriate treatment method(s) for the individual patient.