KELOWNA WELLNESS CLINIC

Are you experiencing some of the following…

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CAR ACCIDENTS

If you’ve been in a car crash you may have had upper spine/neck injuries. Common symptoms include joint/muscle pain, headaches, arm and leg pain. It’s rare for these symptoms to go away on their own. Call to book an appointment now.

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HEADACHES

Tired of taking medication for headaches that never seem to go away? Headaches are one of the most common reasons people seek out the care of a chiropractor. Make an appointment to find out how we can help alleviate your headaches.

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LOWER BACK PAIN

Low back pain is the most common ailment. Many times the problem will not resolve itself. How is your posture? Do you move well in the upper back or hips? Do you have knee problems? All these and more need to be asked to resolve ailments.

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NECK PAIN

Have you tried NUCCA? Many people are scared to see a chiropractor for neck pain because they are uncomfortable with standard adjusting. This precise procedure requires only subtle and light techniques to achieve spinal correction.

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SHOULDER DYSFUNCTION

The shoulder’s an area that needs to be evaluated thoroughly if pain occurs. This means we need to look at surrounding areas such as neck and mid-back. A systematic approach to solving pain needs to be followed to allow for healing.

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HIP PAIN

One of the most common reasons for hip pain is hip de-conditioning. Using hip testing protocols allows us to determine the hip weaknesses and use specific rehab approaches to facilitate less pain and increased strength at the same time.

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WHAT IS NUCCA CHIROPRACTIC?

NUCCA is a chiropractic technique that restores a person’s posture back to gravitational zero. What does that mean? Well, when we have jolts and impacts throughout our life, whether it is from a car accident, falling off a horse or playing sports, we can mis-align the position of our head from off our neck by just a few degrees. When this occurs our body will compensate by trying to balance the head. The result will be one shoulder higher than the other, a twisted pelvis and your body leaning to one side. The adjustment is done by gently moving the head back to the right position. The adjustment is not forceful and x-rays are taken to ensure the best adjustment possible. Once this re-positioning takes place, your body will move back to a level and balanced position all at once.

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