Serving Lancaster And Palmdale, CA
In order to keep any unnecessary burden off the emergency rooms and urgent care facilities, we are available for chiropractic care. WE DO NOT WANT YOU TO HAVE TO GO TO THE HOSPITAL FOR PROBLEMS YOU THINK WE CAN HELP. You can call us at (661) 940-6302 to make an appointment. Please call when you arrive in the parking lot before you come in. We're only allowing one person in the office at a time. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding.

Seeing a Chiropractor Can Result in an Easier Pregnancy

easier pregnancy
Pregnant women are known to experience a significant amount of back pain, especially as they reach into their second and third trimesters. If you’re pregnant, you will want to think about visiting a chiropractor on a regular basis. Anything that can be done to reduce your pain and make you more comfortable should be done.
As the baby grows, there’s more weight and that’s more pressure on your lower back. The baby may also start to get very active and sit on things that he should not be sitting on. It’s not uncommon to experience shooting pains like a sciatica as well as various pinched nerves that can be very uncomfortable.

Read More

Affording Your Chiropractic Care

health insurance
The moment your back starts to hurt, you want to make an appointment to see a chiropractor. The only thing that may stop you is the inevitable cost that comes with it. Understanding how to afford chiropractic care is critical to ensure you get the level of care that you need.
Back pain can show up at any time. It may be unexpected or it could be a result of injury. When the pain continues, it can lead to limited mobility and become a constant source of pain. It may also result in irritability and depression. By going to a chiropractor, you can find out what is causing the pain and begin to obtain relief.

Read More

Is a Chiropractor Just Going to Perform an Adjustment?

chiropractor
When you go to the chiropractor, you are likely looking for relief of some sort. You may have pain in your upper or lower back, stiffness in your neck, a pinched nerve, or even be suffering from headaches or migraines. Whatever it is, you want to find out exactly what a chiropractor is going to help with.
Most people make the assumption that the only thing a chiropractor is going to do is perform an adjustment. You lie down on the table, the chiropractor applies pressure and manipulates your spine in a few ways. A few cracks and pops are heard and you’re done. It’s not always that simple.

Read More

What Snaps and Pops Tell You

snap
People who have never been to a chiropractor before may panic when they hear snaps and pops. These are commonly heard during adjustments. It’s important to know what these sounds are saying.
Hearing these sounds is normal. Many people, even the healthiest of individuals, will experience snaps and pops from time to time when at the chiropractor. The majority of the snaps and pops are as a result of built up gas escaping at the joints.

Read More

Five Things to Tell Your Chiropractor

chiropractor
When you make an appointment with a chiropractor for the first time, there are various things that you should plan on telling him or her. If you don’t disclose everything, you may not get the level of care that you need – and this means you’re missing out on a lot of relief. It could also cause more damage. Before your chiropractor even starts to ask questions, you can be ready to talk about these things.

Read More

Aches and Pains May Be More than Old Age

pain
It’s easy to dismiss aches and pains as the result of getting older. You hear about it all the time. Someone bends over and then makes a comment about how they’re not getting any younger. Here’s something you need to know. Your aches and pains may be caused by something other than getting older and there may be something that you can do about it.
When’s the last time you bent over, physically exerted yourself, or picked something up and then felt it the next day? You probably blamed it on getting older and dismissed the pain as something that you can’t do anything about. The human body is very resilient and the truth is, you shouldn’t feel all of the aches and pains. Your body feels pain as a way of telling you that something is wrong.

Read More