If the structural examination shows indicators of a structural shift, we will provide a detailed and customized plan of care to address the problem.

Treatment options vary depending upon the patient’s secondary conditions. Typically, if a patient is experiencing pain, the first option would be medication. If medication does not provide temporary relief, the patient will be sent to a physical therapist who will work on muscle range of motion. After physical therapy, injections are usually the next step. Injections will block the nerve from producing pain. The last resort is usually more invasive procedures like surgery.

We work with many health care providers in order to help the patient satisfy their needs.