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Chiropractic

Chiropractic is one of the most utilized forms of complementary and alternative care by patients seeking help for common complaints such as low back and neck pain, as reported in a 2017 Gallup poll, with over 63% of respondents reporting they had recently seen a chiropractor. Chiropractic treatment can restore joint function, improve coordination and balance, and reduce physical stress and pain. Doctors of chiropractic are educated at the doctoral level in anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, nutrition, specialized imaging, biomechanics, and many adjusting techniques. They are trained to assess the structure of not only the spine, but also the extremities and to identify and correct issues of function throughout the body, resulting in increased energy and better quality of life.

Chiropractors are often sought for care because of the increased time spent with each patient for one-on-one consultation and therapy. Building a personalized relationship between care provider and patient is a win-win for both, improving both care and results.

The word chiropractor means "done by hand". Although modern chiropractors often use instruments to deliver adjustments, it is the hands-on nature of the practice that makes it unique and valuable. Chiropractic has roots in natural healing. In 1895, the first chiropractic adjustment was delivered by magnetic healer D.D. Palmer, in Davenport, Iowa. This town became the location of the premier chiropractic educational program, Palmer College of Chiropractic.

Many years have passed since that first adjustment and chiropractic has grown, progressed and thrived as an internationally respected health profession that delivers non-invasive, whole-body care with few side effects. Research now demonstrates that chiropractic adjustments are beneficial for everyone from infancy to advanced age, and there are many different techniques that doctors of chiropractic can offer to personalize care.

The Healing Arts Center is proud to offer full-time chiropractic care with Dr. Tracey L. Curtis, a graduate of the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic. In addition to chiropractic care, Dr. Tracey is also a body worker, offering both Craniosacral and Healthy Movement© therapy. She understands that many health challenges are complex in nature and may require a multi-pronged approach. With personal experience of healing from her own health challenges and many years of working with individuals seeking better health, Dr. Tracey can treat patients with individualized care that takes history, goals and specific needs into account.

The techniques Dr. Tracey offers include: SacroOccipital Technique (SOT), Diversified, Thompson, Receptor Tonus (NIMMO), Activator, and Gonstead.

Free consultations are available. Contact us today to see if chiropractic at Healing Arts Center is right for you!