Chiropractic and Medical Collaboration for Optimum Patient Care
Locations in Ashburn, Fairfax, and South Riding Functional and Integrative Chiropractic
Our practice is always patient-focused which means we customize treatments to fit the comfort level of the patient without compromising care.
Our goal is to get fast and effective pain relief in a short period of time. There are no commitments or long-term plans. It is our goal to get you well and educate you on how to stay well from day one. Our mission is to utilize chiropractic and medical services for optimal treatment of our patients. Designed with the patient in mind, our goal is to bridge the gap between medical and chiropractic
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Coming soon to Integrated Healthcare Centers on March 31st!🥳🤘
Construction finally underway for our new South Riding/Chantilly location on Pinebrook Rd. I'm excited to bring our chiropractic and pain management facility to this community. The official opening is around mid March. Stay tuned...
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Chiropractic & Exercise vs. OTC Medication for Neck Pain? “Boy, my neck is killing me! Honey, where is the ibuprofen?” Isn’t this the FIRST thing people think of when they have an ache or pain? The general public does NOT usually think, “….Boy, do
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Our clinics are open with limited hours for now. Tuesdays in Ashburn from 9AM-6PM and Wednesday in Fairfax 9AM-6PM. Call our office for chiropractic and rehab care. We will also make appropriate scheduling requests for emergency cases.
Are we really still talking about this in 2020?!
Despite the tired narratives, chiropractic is backed by evidence Chiropractors can provide front-line assistance in tackling serious health crises – so don’t paint all practitioners with the same brush
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome vs. A Pinched Nerve Elsewhere Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common complaint presented to chiropractic offices. Usually, patients wait for weeks, months, or even years before seeking care, thus making management more challenging. The history of the “classic” CTS
Great Exercises for Patients with Shoulder Pain If you suffer from shoulder pain, here are some exercises you can do at home that really work to improve flexibility and strength. Just remember to ALWAYS stay within reasonable pain boundaries and work BOTH
Lumbar Spine Herniated Intervertebral Disk with Discogenic Radiculopathy/Sciatica Terminology Update The terminology pertaining to lumbar spinal disk herniations has been confusing, inconsistent, and contradictory. Consequently, in 2014, the North American Spine Society, the American Society of Spine Radiology, and the American Society of Neuroradiology
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Chiropractic and Neck Pain The chiropractic spinal adjustment (specific joint manipulation) is the passive assistance of moving a specific joint through a complete range of motion while causing no injury to the joint tissues. This adjustment is known for
What is Hip Impingement? Can Chiropractic Help? Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is a pathological hip condition found in 17% of the population, and it’s caused by abnormal contact between the ball of hip and the socket. To be more precise, it’s the head-neck
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – OVERVIEW (Part 1)
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) represents a collection of signs and symptoms resulting from the compression or pinching of the median nerve as it passes through the carpal tunnel at the wrist. In this overview, you will see why CTS can be a challenging ailment to diagnose and treat.
SYMPTOMS: Numbness, tingling, and pain. Less commonly, burning and/or sharp pain in the index to the thumb-side half of the fourth finger, palm-side only. Loss of grip strength (such as unscrewing a jar) may occur but usually later in the course of the condition.
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY: Compression of the median nerve inside the bony carpal tunnel occurs when the pressure inside the tunnel increases, often due to overuse with subsequent swelling. There are multiple epidemiologic factors including genetic, medical, social, vocational, avocational, and demographic with a complex interplay between some or all these factors. However, definitive causative factors remain obscure and unclear in many cases.
EPIDEMIOLOGY: About one to three people per every 1,000 will develop CTS in a given year, and estimates show about 50 people per 1,000 currently live with CTS in the general population. However, the incidence may rise as high as 150 cases per 1,000 subjects per year, with prevalence rates greater than 500 cases per 1,000 subjects in certain high-risk groups. The incidence and prevalence is similar in developed countries like the United States, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands, but CTS is almost unheard of in some developing countries. The female-to-male ratio for CTS is three-to-ten females to one male. Carpal tunnel syndrome seems to peak at age 45-60 years old with only 10% of CTS patients under the age of 31. The condition is not fatal, but if left untreated, severe cases can lead to complete, irreversible median nerve damage and a loss of much hand function.
CLINICAL PRESENTATION: A patient’s history is often more valuable than the physical examination when it comes to CTS. Patients may report the above-listed symptoms, which may worsen at night and interrupt sleep. Symptoms may also increase in intensity during activities like driving, crocheting, and painting. Frequently, CTS affects both hands, but it’s usually worse in the dominant hand. Patients may have difficulty “mapping” their symptoms well and may feel numbness, tingling, pain, and/or weakness in the whole arm and/or forearm. It’s often prudent to look for additional compression elsewhere in the course of the median nerve in the neck, shoulder, and/or elbow. Less commonly, the patient may experience whole hand hot/cold sensitivity with color changes and/or sweating, which may indicate autonomic nervous system involvement. The use of CTS questionnaires can help diagnose and track progress during care. This discussion will continue next month – stay tuned!
Low Back Pain: An Ice Pack or the Hot Tub? Many patients perform some self-care when they first hurt their lower back, hoping this will keep them out of a doctor's office. While home remedies can sometimes make the pain go away, sometimes they don't.
Chiropractic Care for Headache Relief? Headaches have a significant impact on quality of life in both adults and children. Approximately 13% of patients who sought chiropractic care over the last decade did so for headache relief. Several studies have found
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Simple "On-The-GO" Low Back Exercise "Doc, I try to do my exercises but I have to hit the ground running in the morning….to get the kids ready for the school bus….I have morning meetings….I’m not a morning person….I’m pulled in
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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Diagnosis Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a common condition that affects many people. The process by which it is diagnosed involves a careful history and examination that includes an orthopedic and neurological exam, special sensory tests
Babying your back may delay healing - Harvard Health Back pain often comes on without warning and will usually get better on its own, even when imaging shows changes such as arthritis and disc degeneration. The best way to treat back pain is to avoid…
We can help you with your painful joints, including pain in your shoulder! If you are curious as to what is causing the symptoms you are experiencing, check out this infographic but remember to come to us for a true diagnosis and treatment.
Is It My Neck or Thoracic Outlet Syndrome? Neck pain can arise from many different sources with a similar clinical presentation, which can make it a challenge to diagnose. One of those related, and sometimes co-existing conditions, is called thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS).
Low Back Pain and Sleep Low back pain (LBP) can arise from a lot of causes, most commonly from bending, lifting, pulling, pushing, and twisting. However, there are other possible causes, including sleep. This not only includes sleeping in a
Deep Gluteal Syndrome – What Is It? The term deep gluteal syndrome (DGS) describes a condition that causes pain in the buttock that may travel down the back of the leg when the sciatic nerve is irritated. There are various structures that
Neck Pain – Drugs or Chiropractic? When you have neck pain, do you instinctively reach for that bottle of ibuprofen or acetaminophen? If so, is that the best option? Who can we trust for the answer? Since between 10-20% of the
Effect of Usual Medical Care With vs Without Chiropractic Care for Low Back Pain and Disability This clinical trial compares the effects of chiropractic care added to usual medical care vs usual medical care alone on pain relief and pain-related function among active-duty US military personnel.
The guidelines on low back pain are clear: drugs and surgery should be the last resort A recent series on low back pain by the global medical journal The Lancet shows doctors often overlook recommended treatments, such as advice to stay active and to exercise.
Alternative treatments for new patients with chronic pain helping with opioid decline CLARKSBURG — A new law sets limits on opioid prescriptions and mandates that health-care practitioners prescribe or recommend physical therapy, occupational therapy, acupuncture, massage therapy and chiropractic care for new
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