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Experienced Chiropractors and Wellness Specialists in Georgia.

Looking for back pain or neck pain relief? Injured in a car or work accident? Strained something getting out of bed? Experiencing foot or shoulder pain? Regardless of how your pain happened, our top-rated team of Atlanta chiropractors have a treatment solution to get you out of it. We help manage pain and discomfort quickly and without the use of drugs or surgery. Our team of chiropractors consistently help people regain a full range of motion, restore mobility, and live more active lives. Once your pain is under control, our chiropractors will partner with you to strengthen and stabilize weak areas with physical therapy and special exercises.


Who can Benefit from Chiropractic Care?

If you have arthritis, osteoporosis, or cancer, chiropractic care may not be safe for you. Talk to your doctor to find out if your condition prohibits you from benefiting from a visit to a chiropractor. Fortunately, chiropractic treatments are safe for most people, including pregnant women. Many people benefit from spinal manipulation, including:

People with desk jobs. You may develop low back and neck pain over time if your typical workday involves hours of sitting behind a computer. Chiropractic adjustments can help realign your spine so you can sit with less pain and better posture.

Sciatica patients. Because sciatica is often caused by pressure on the nerves in the lower back, a spinal adjustment may provide relief from this condition. If you're interested in a non-invasive treatment for sciatic nerve damage, talk to one of our Atlanta chiropractors.

Migraine sufferers. If you regularly experience throbbing headaches, gentle manipulation of your neck may help. Many of our patients report a reduction in migraines after a series of chiropractic sessions.

Insomniacs. Spinal misalignment and nerve problems may be contributing to your inability to sleep. Chiropractic care could be just what you need to enjoy a good night's rest.

Athletes. Sports, running, and bodybuilding can all take a toll on your body. Even if you don't currently suffer from back pain now, you can still help prevent future injuries with spinal, hip, shoulder, and knee adjustments.