Gilbert Chiropractic Care



Back Pain

The poor posture that we have while sitting, sleeping, or lifting heavy objects can cause us to feel back pain which can range from mild to severe, due to the pressure we place on our spine and nerves.  Weakness that occurs in our postural muscles do not allow us to maintain proper posture throughout the day which causes us to feel tired and therefore leads to pain.  All treatments given are designed specifically to eliminate the cause of your symptoms.

 Poor posture while sitting

It is important to understand the stress we place on our spine when we sit with poor posture. While sitting at work or at home watching television, we need to realize the stress we cause on our spine and the damage that it can do.
Chiropractic treatment can help improve your posture dramatically and you will be given very specific exercises to help strengthen muscle weakness or imbalance





Symptoms during pregnancy

The spine of a woman is definitely placed under a great deal of stress during the long process of pregnancy. As the child grows in the woman, she is forced to change the way she walks, sits, and even sleeps. The spine is dramatically affected and the majority of pregnant women experience a great deal of pain or discomfort. It is recommended to undergo conservative chiropractic care while pregnant to help relieve some of the pain and discomfort associated with pregnancy. Look for the various testimonials of some of the woman who have taken advantage of the treatment they received from Dr. Johnson during their own pregnancies.

Poor posture while sleeping

Ever wake up in the morning with a tight neck or back? Does it take you a while to feel like your body has to “warm up” before you feel 100%? Poor posture while sleeping can lead to a number of musculoskeletal symptoms that you may not be able to get relief from without chiropractic care. There is no magic pill to help you sleep in the proper position.




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