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Back Pain

Common strains, overuse and repetitive motions can lead to chronic back. Your chiropractor in Portsmouth can utilize a number of techniques to provide relief from pain and better movement.

Disc Disorders

The spinal discs are rounded cushions filled with a gel-like substance that protect the vertebra during normal movement. These discs can become herniated or ruptured, which can lead to pain. The discs can also experience degeneration from aging. Manual adjustment, corrective exercise, and other techniques help to relieve discomfort from disc problems.

Neck Pain

Neck pain has become more common, due to individuals working long hours at computers and bending over smartphone screens. Both muscle and vertebrae can be involved in neck pain issues, and we can provide help for both problems.


Rapid forward-and-backward motion that occurs during impacts can lead to whiplash, with pain, dizziness, headaches and a number of other symptoms. Careful analysis of your problem and customized chiropractic treatments can help relieve this troublesome condition.


The sciatic nerve runs from the lower spine, through the pelvis and down the backs of the legs. When this nerve becomes compressed, an individual can experience back pain, numbness, and tingling of the leg and weakness in the leg.


Narrowing of the interior of the spinal canal, a condition called “stenosis,” can cause pressure on nerves that leads to chronic pain. Chiropractic methods can help to relieve this pressure, for greater comfort and ease of movement.

Auto Accident Injuries

Impacts from auto accidents can cause a variety of muscloskeletal problems, from a muscle injury to nerve impingement. We can use a variety of techniques to soothe soft tissue injuries, strengthen muscles and improve overall function.

Work Injuries

Strains and sprains can occur from work duties, and some injuries can have long-lasting effects that impact comfort and mobility. We can provide care for these problems, to reduce pain, improve mobility and allow you to get back to normal activities.

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