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Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system and how these systems function together. Your body works best when it is in proper alignment. When two or more vertebrae are out of alignment, it is referred to as subluxation. These subluxations or misalignments cause pain, discomfort, decreased mobility and other conditions. Chiropractic services are most often needed to treat nueromusculoskeletal conditions that cause pain including:

  • back pain
  • neck pain
  • joint pain
  • headaches

Better Health Without Drugs or Surgery

Chiropractic health care is a hands-on, natural approach to healing the body beginning with a comprehensive patient examination, diagnosis and treatment plan. Chiropractors have a wide range of diagnostic skills and can recommend therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises to help strengthen your core and restore the proper function of your body. As the body begins to function in alignment, pain is naturally decreased.


Chiropractic Care Benefits the Whole Family

Adults and children of all ages can benefit from consistent chiropractic treatments.

Chiropractic care has been helping families for years. Many patients view their chiropractic doctor as their family doctor. That’s smart. The cost of surgery is rising. The adverse reactions to drugs receive front-page news. Families want safe and natural solutions. More and more are choosing chiropractic care first.

Newborns, infants and children can benefit, too. The birth process may be the cause of our first subluxation! Then, learning to walk, ride a bike or play sports can produce so-called growing pains. Ignored, these problems may worsen until they can become more difficult to correct as an adult.

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Comber Physical Therapy and Fusion Chiropractic and Rock Steady Boxing have partnered to bring you to Rock Steady Boxing Williamsburg. This partnership is the first clinically-based program in the state of Virginia.