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Our Services

Chirorpactic Adjustments

An adjustment to the spine and/or extremities is performed after a thorough exam consisting of orthopedic/neurologic exams and diagnostic tests which can include x-rays. The adjustment helps restore joint alignment, mobility and function of the nervous system. Beech Tree Wellness doctors are trained in various techniques that are modified for each individual.  We offer safe, gentle treatments.

Our health is directly related to the body's structure, particularly the spine and its function. The spine houses the spinal cord and exiting peripheral nerves. These nerves have specific routes and functions. If the vertebrae protecting these nerves are compromised (misaligned) it can cause dysfunction of that nerve or nerves.

Your nervous system made up of the brain, spinal cord and nerves control everything in the body including: the functions of the vascular, muscular, lymphatic and digestive system. It is important to have the spine checked if you have any problems with these systems. 

Chiropractors will check for spinal misalignments (subluxations) in your body structure that interfere with the ability of your nervous system to function at its optimum.  Chiropractors are specially trained to detect, locate and correct subluxations.  They are corrected by giving a chiropractic adjustment which relieves the stress of subluxations and can help restore optimal body functioning.  A chiropractor may check cranial bones and extremities as well.

Chiropractic Techniques


The adjusting techniques are chosen based on the needs of the patient and their comfort level. The techniques that are primarily utilized in the office are Activator methods, Thompson, Diversified, and Gonstead. For our pregnant patients, we use Webster protocol. 


Your First Visit

On your first visit, you will receive an extensive consultation and thorough physical examination. If X-rays are deemed necessary, you will be referred to an imaging facility. . The findings of the examination and x-rays will be discussed with you prior to your first adjustment. 

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