Dynamic Health Wellness and Rehabilitation | Tulsa, OK | Dr. Jason Westemeir


Chiropractic Care

What Exactly is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is a health care profession with the purpose of diagnosing and treating disorders of the spine and musculoskeletal system with the intention of affecting the nervous system and improving health.  Chiropractic is the third largest health care field in the United States after medicine and dentistry.  Chiropractic traditionally uses a non-invasive, holistic approach to treatment without the use of drugs or surgery.  Numerous studies support the scientific validity, safety, efficacy, and cost-effectiveness of chiropractic for conditions like low-back pain and find that chiropractic care has higher patient satisfaction levels than conventional alternatives. 

Can Chiropractic Help Me?

In our office we conduct a thorough history and examination to determine if your condition is likely to respond well to chiropractic care. If so, we will develop an individualized treatment plan for you. If at any time we feel you are not improving or are not a candidate for chiropractic care, we will discuss your options and make the appropriate recommendations or referral.  Many conditions respond extremely well to chiropractic treatment. Some of the conditions we treat frequently include:

back pain (lumbar, thoracic)
disc injuries
neck pain (cervical sprains, whiplash)
sport related injuries
repetitive strain injuries
sciatica (leg pain)
headaches

muscle spasms
pregnancy related back pain
sacroiliac dysfunction (pelvis and hip pain)
ankle/knee/wrist/elbow/shoulder pain
priformis and ITB syndromes
many, many others

What Does the Chiropractic Adjustment Do?

It improves biomechanical and neurological function by:

Restoring normal motion to the spine and other joints of the body
Relaxing tight muscles
Improving coordination and
Inhibiting pain       



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