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From An Upper Cervical Chiropractic Perspective

Latest Articles from Dr. Zachary Ward - Life In Alignment Chiropractic, Lc - Auburn Hills MI

Monthly Archives: June 2012

Brachial Neuritis and Upper Cervical

A wonderful patient of ours who had been suffering for some time before starting Upper Cervical Care. I remember her telling me early on in care how the care had already paid for itself. When I asked her what she meant, she informed be of the high cost of her medications. Some times the cost of being ill not only affects our wallets, but it affects our spirits and our quality of life as well.

If you or someone you know is paying a high cost by way of poor quality of life, please let them know that they do in fact have options. Let them know about Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care.

From Dr. Ian Bulow, upper cervical chiropractor in Cranberry Township, PA

Chiropractors reduce MRIs, surgery consults when added to family practice

“The results of a pilot project by the Ministry of Health to get family doctors to work with chiropractors in family care teams showed doctors requested fewer MRIs and made fewer referrals to surgeons for their patients with low back problems. The ‘Consulting Chiropractor’ pilot project had chiropractors do 30-minute assessments of patients with low… Continue Reading

What’s the differernce between chiropractic and physical therapy?

“So the long and the short of it is that chiropractors have a more expansive diagnostic education, while physical therapists have an intervention- or therapeutic-based education. While chiropractors can provide services such as rehabilitative exercise and modality treatments, their main form of treatment remains the manipulation. Physical therapists may provide manual therapy-like techniques to their… Continue Reading

Why Patients Love Our Chiropractic Care

Upper cervical chiropractic at Life In Alignment is different. And different is good.

Fewer adjustments

Fewer adjustments

There are common patterns to spinal breakdown that must be corrected for the best changes in symptoms. We focus on the areas that get the most return on your investment.

Results you can see

Results you can see

All healing takes time. But outside evidence of positive inside changes should be quick in coming. View images from the before and after gallery to see what kind of results you might be able to see in your own spine.

What you need meets what you want

What you need meets what you want

Relief care, corrective care, or long term wellness.Find out what it's going to take for each, and then pick the plan that fits your goals, budget, and lifestyle.
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