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Poor posture is a trend that we are noticing more and more in the office as cell phones and computers have been fully integrated into all of our lives, causing us to spend significantly more amounts of time looking down while we send texts, or sitting at desks and couches working on computers/ipads with little consideration of our bio mechanics.

In many instances we discover poor postural changes to be the root of serious symptoms such as neck pain, headaches, tingling/numbness in the arms and hands, upper back/mid back pain, and even low back pain.

Chiropractors are skilled professionals when it comes to evaluating and treating postural dysfunctions. In many cases, once a postural imbalance is identified, a combination of specific adjustments, soft tissue muscle work, rehabilitative exercises, and making the necessary ergonomic changes over a period of time can significantly decrease symptoms (in most cases fully resolving them) and even restore the spine to its normal alignment and position.

Call: (716) 276 – 8866 or visit our website today to schedule a free consultation with one of our Chiropractors

FDA approves Acupuncture and Chiropractic!

Chiropractors and acupuncturists who have lobbied for a bigger role in treating pain have won a preliminary endorsement from federal health officials. This is exciting news!!!

FDA proposes that doctors learn about acupuncture for pain management

Acupuncture helps digestive disturbances!

Are any of these issues you are experiencing?

Abdominal distention and discomfort after eating
Early satiety
Upper abdominal pain
Upper abdominal burning sensation

Acupuncture is effective in treating Functional Dyspepsia.



Stop Smoking With Acupuncture November Special! $50 for Acupuncture Detox session!!

Among current U.S. adult smokers, 70% report that they want to quit smoking and millions try to quit every year. If you have attempted to quit smoking, you know how difficult it can be. Nicotine is a powerful addiction. In fact, research suggests that nicotine is as addictive as heroin, cocaine, or alcohol.

It is estimated that most smokers will attempt to quit two or three times, or more, before finally kicking the habit. When conventional methods to quit smoking have failed, smokers often look outside mainstream approaches and turn to alternative medicine.

Acupuncture as an alternative approach to smoking cessation has a growing number of converts. In fact, acupuncture is often a court mandated treatment for drug addicts because of its ability to reduce cravings and alleviate withdrawal symptoms such as irritability, anxiety and difficulty concentrating.

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