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Chiropractic, practiced today in countries around the world, began in the Midwestern United States during the late nineteenth century. Chiropractors work closely with many health care providers—medical internists and orthopedists, acupuncturists, massage therapists, and naturopathic doctors. They specialize in diagnosing and treating spinal conditions and other musculoskeletal conditions, such as ankle or shoulder problems.

Chiropractic is based on the recognition that our bodies are supported by an intricate network of bones, muscles, and connective tissues. Pain and dysfunction frequently arise from subtle distortions within this system. When these distortions are corrected, full function is restored.

New to chiropractic?

Dr. Addison has worked with many patients who have never seen a chiropractor before and may have concerns about the nature of treatment and adjustments. Different approaches work best for different people, and she will always tailor treatment to your individual condition and goals. Chiropractic is a low-risk, natural option that many people choose before, or in addition to, medication or surgery.

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