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Chiropractic Care

Heal from an Auto Accident Injury
with Mooresville Chiropractic Care

Mooresville chiropractor helps heal auto accident injuriesFrom chronic headaches and neck pain to sciatica and fibromyalgia, Mooresville chiropractic care can provide long-lasting pain relief and natural healing. Our chiropractor Dr. Ryan Robinson has helped more than 20,000 patients safely recover from accident injuries. By correcting the underlying cause for your injury - rather than just masking the pain - we can help you heal.

Mooresville Chiropractor Helps Patients Heal
from Sports Injuries and Auto Accident Injury

Our approach to healing is more conservative than traditional medical as we use methods that work with the body. We believe in "whole body wellness." This means we don't use prescription painkillers or surgeries. Instead, we address the underlying cause for your injury or pain. When the body is out of alignment, you are at risk for pain, injury, fatigue and illness. By restoring alignment to the body, chiropractic care can safely and effectively manage your pain and reduce your risk for future health problems.

Dr. Robinson uses a variety of chiropractic adjustment techniques, including Diversified, Gonstead, Cox, Motion Palpation, CBP, Activator, Thompson and Active Release Technique (ART). These techniques are all gentle and conservative treatment methods that are designed to correct underlying misalignment by using low-thrust adjustments. Activator Methods like the Thompson Technique also utilize your own body weight to restore alignment, which increases effectiveness and patient comfort. Depending on your injury and wellness needs, different treatment techniques may be more effective for relieving your pain. That's why Dr. Robinson creates tailored treatment programs for every patient.

Mooresville chiropractic care for back painPrior to any treatment, Dr. Robinson uses advanced diagnostic procedures to identify the underlying cause for your pain, known as the subluxation. A subluxation is a medical term for one or more misaligned vertebrae discs. Locating the subluxation is especially important, because for many patients, the location of their pain and the location of their injury are different places.

For example, a herniated disc is one of the most common causes of back pain. When a disc slips out of placement from the spine, it may compress nearby nerves. However, depending on which nerve is compressed, patients may experience pain in a number of different body parts. A pinched nerve in the cervical spine or upper back may lead to shoulder and back pain. A herniated disc that compresses the sciatic nerve can cause a radiating pain sensation in the lower back, legs and buttocks, a condition known as sciatica. By precisely locating the cause of your pain, Dr. Robinson can accurately correct the underlying subluxation.

If you suffer from back or neck pain, treatment from a chiropractor like Dr. Robinson is essential to healing. Unfortunately, an injury cannot heal correctly without proper care. In fact, covering up pain with prescription painkillers is especially dangerous because this can "fool" patients into think they are healing, when in reality, their injury may be getting worse. Don't let this happen to you!

Start healing now from your sports injuries or accident injuries with care from our Mooresville chiropractor. We also provide care for patients in Lake Norman, Cornelius, Troutman, and Statesville. Call us at (704) 664-1333 to learn more.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "So glad I found The Joint...affordable chiropractic care that is helping my low back issues. No appointments and low wait times. The front desk is super sweet and helpful!"
    Serena E.
  • "We've been patients at this location since they opened & have been extremely happy with the care that we receive from the Drs. They are knowledgeable & caring. Wait times are minimal."
    Melissa A.

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