After examining and treating your knee, our doctors will know with certainty if they can help you. This is one of the few times in healthcare where results are virtually instant.
We recommend you wear comfortable clothes to your appointments. Many patients appreciate wearing yoga pants, sweat pants, t-shirts and light jackets. Please wear shorts for a knee or neuropathy appointment, as this will facilitate your examination.
What is the Difference Between Spinal Decompression and Traction? Traction can relieve some of the symptoms of disc injuries. However, traction does not address the source of the problem. Traction and inversion tables lower the intradiscal pressure from a +90 mmHg to a +30 mmHg (positive pressure). Spinal Decompression creates [...]
Most patients do not experience any side effects; though, there have been some mild cases of muscle spasm for a short period of time. NUCCA and Spinal Decompression are both safe and comfortable. Our spinal decompression system has emergency stop switches for both the patient and the operator. These switches terminate [...]
A thorough patient history, evaluation and imaging are required to qualify for non-surgical spinal decompression. The doctor will look at many factors to determine if you are a candidate. Many of our patients have been told they need surgery but wish to avoid it, and have failed to significantly respond [...]
Why Is My Nervous System Important? An amazing self-correcting and self-healing ability exists within us. Science continues to gather evidence of the nervous system's unique and powerful capacities. Research gathered from a variety of disciplines reveals that the most important key in our body's healing abilities is a well-functioning nervous [...]
This depends on several factors, including the complexity of your condition, how long you’ve had it, how much time, energy and attention you’re willing to devote to treatment, and how well you respond to treatment. In general, health programs for chronic illnesses last between three and six months, but most [...]
Yes. NUCCA Care is gentle and effective after back surgery. NUCCA Care does not crack, twist, or pop your neck or back. The amount of pressure during an adjustment is equal to the amount of pressure used to take your pulse. In the majority of cases, non-surgical spinal decompression treatment [...]
The goal of NUCCA Care is for you to come in, get checked and not need an adjustment. Our care operates on the principle that your body is self-healing and self-regulating. We celebrate with you when you hold your adjustment and not need to be adjusted on every single visit.
There is only ONE cause for losing your adjustment, your body’s inability to adapt to STRESS. There are 3 forms of stress that we encounter regularly: physical, chemical and emotional. Physical subluxations are caused by accidents, injuries, slips and falls. Chemical subluxations are caused by too much sugar, alcohol, caffeine, [...]
You are unique. Your healing capactiy is unique. That beign said, the majority of our patients have a 60-80% (or more) reduction in symptoms within the first 3 months of care. There are select cases that are more complex which will extend the healing process. Your lifestyle plays an important [...]
What is an Atlas Adjustment? atlas: noun. Anatomy. The first cervical vertebra, which supports the head. Firstly, the human head contains the brain which weighs about 3 pounds. Then there is the skull, the eyes, the teeth, the facial muscles, and the skin. Wikipedia reports the head weighs between 5 and [...]
What is NUCCA and Upper Cervical Care? Upper Cervical Care is a broad term for care that focuses on the upper neck. Upper cervical literally means upper neck. A vital part of your nervous system, the brainstem, resides in this delicate area. NUCCA is a form of upper cervical care [...]