Chiropractic is derived from Greek meaning “with hands” and refers to the hands on treatment chiropractors give daily to thousands of patients restoring spinal misalignments.

The first modern chiropractic adjustment was delivered in Iowa – 1895 when DD Palmer performed a spinal manipulation on Harvey Lillard, a deaf man. This famous adjustment restored Harvey’s hearing when his misaligned vertebrae were realigned with a manual adjustment.

Chiropractic focuses on the body’s ability to heal itself by removing subluxations. It focuses on restoring health, in a natural way, without drugs or surgery, allowing the spine and nervous system to function more optimally. Chiropractic focuses on getting to the cause of a health problem rather than masking symptoms.

Conditions treated by chiropractors include: