Chiropractic care is a form of health care that is non-invasive. The body was designed to heal on its own and Chiropractic care helps one to stay healthy without interventions. The nervous system controls every cell, muscle, tissue  and organ in the body. Chiropractic care involves making sure the nervous system is functioning at it’s highest level so that one can stay healthy and live life to the fullest.

Benefits of Chiropractic Care

There are many great benefits to being under Chiropractic care. A few include an increased immune system, faster recovery times for injuries, and a life lived to the maximum potential. By keeping the nervous system functioning how it should, it ultimately decreases ailments and conditions that are plaguing our country these days.

Our Approach

At  Pathfinder Chiropractic, our approach to care is to be the best at what we specialize in. We specifically and scientifically adjust the spine, allowing the body to heal from the inside-out. Our technique is very gentle and specific which allows for better and longer lasting results.

Conditions Chiropractic Can Help

  • High Blood Pressure
  • Immune System
  • Menstrual Problems and Menopause
  • Numbness and Tingling
  • Pinched Nerves
  • Pregnancy
  • Sciatica
  • Scoliosis
  • Thyroid Problem
  • Allergies and Asthma
  • Depression

Techniques Used at Pathfinder Chiropractic

We utilize a technique called TRT (Torque Release Technique). It was the first FDA approved instrument. This tool, along with our analysis allows for the most specific and gentle chiropractic adjustments. It combines 7 different techniques into one and is the most researched technique in Chiropractic. This technique is reproducible and allows for quicker and longer lasting results. This technique can be used on infants just hours old to great-great grandparents. We also utilize the Webster technique, which is specifically utilized for pregnant women. This technique allows easier pregnancies for mom and baby by aligning and balancing the pelvic structure, muscles, and ligaments.