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Chiropractic Care

Your brain is responsible for coordinating every activity in your body. It sends out signals to each organ and system, telling it what to do and when to do it. These signals are sent out through the spinal cord and into the nerve of the body. If there is a problem in the spine, then, it interferes with your brain and body communication and could result in problems in the stomach, sinus or knees, depending on where the affected nerves are located.

By addressing problems in the spine, we can improve the symptoms that you’re feeling so that you can move better, be more active and even feel like you’re thinking with greater clarity.

There are many techniques Dr. Randi Case is trained in using:

  • Diversified. This technique addresses each segment of the spine to improve its range of motion.
  • Activator Methods®. A gentle, low-force instrument makes the needed adjustments.
  • Torque Release Technique®. This neurologically based technique addresses the segments at the top and bottom of the spine to make an impact on the nervous system.
  • Applied Kinesiology. If an organ or body part isn’t working properly, a mismatch of energy is present, which can be addressed with this technique.

Additionally, Dr. Case may use myofascial release, trigger point therapy and Sacro Occipital Technique® (SOT®). With many techniques to use, she’ll determine what is most appropriate for your situation and comfort.

Here are just a few of the common conditions that bring patients into Morris Spine & Sport.

  • low back pain
  • sciatica
  • headaches
  • whiplash
  • herniated discs
  • chronic pain

  • carpal tunnel
  • tennis/golfer’s elbow
  • frozen shoulder
  • sprain/strains
  • sports injuries
  • migraines

  • bursitis
  • degenerative joint disease
  • arthritis
  • vertigo/dizziness
  • overuse injuries

Chiropractic can also help with conditions affected by the nervous system such as: fibromyalgia, stress, gastrointestinal reflux, ADHD, and lyme disease.

Sports Chiropractic can treat musculoskeletal dysfunction and injury but more importantly treatment can help optimize your athletic conditioning to make you a more efficient and resilient athlete so you can be perform at your best! During your care session we may also incorporate adjunct treatments to help with your recovery as well as chiropractic care. These therapies may include: ice, heat, ultrasound, electric stimulation, traction, orthotics, braces, balance board, resistance and strengthening exercises, lumbar and cervical stabilization among others.

Get Started Today

Contact us today to arrange your first appointment and experience the benefits of chiropractic! We accept insurance, including Medicare, and have Saturday visits that fit into your busy schedule.

Chiropractic Care | (973) 285-0888