818-841-1313     1612 W. Burbank Blvd., Burbank, CA 91506


We believe in the body's ability to heal intself.

 

We provide fast care for many types of injuries, including: auto accidents, sports injuries, on the job injuries, and general sprains and strains. We also specialize in rehabilitative and wellness care to help you return to your pre-inury condition and to help you stay healthy and pain free.

 

 

We also have working relationships with many excellent medical doctors and other providers to assist which us with your care as needed.

 

***We also have the services of a professional, certified, and experienced massage therapist on site for your convenience and care.


 

    Acute Care
    Automobile Injuries
    Chiropractic and Medicine
    Consultation
    Diagnostics
    New Patients
    Payment Arrangements
    Workplace Injuries

 

 

 

 

 

How Spinal Decompression Works

 

It is important to treat spinal compression early to prevent the condition from worsening and reducing mobility. Decompressing the spine can improve pain and promote healing of affected musculoskeletal tissues near the spine. Treatment is performed using a traction technique to gently stretch, decompress, and align the spine. Traction takes the pressure off the spinal or intervertebral discs causing bulging or herniated discs to retract.

 

 

When properly done, spinal decompression helps relieve pain, reduce inflammation, increase oxygen and blood flow, and improve mobility. It can also help avoid the need for surgery. Chiropractic care aims to treat the underlying cause of the condition to provide long-lasting relief rather than treating the symptoms—as is the case when pain medications are prescribed.

 

 

 

Disc Problems


Intervertebral discs are positioned between the vertebrae in the spine. The outside of a disc is made from cartilage, and in the center is a jelly like solution. These discs serve many purposes, including allowing movement of the spine, creating space between the vertebrae, and acting as shock absorbers. The gelatinous middle allows the disc to compress and expand based on impact and movement. Trauma to the spine can cause the discs to herniated, bulge, become displaced (slipped disc), or even rupture. Trauma or direct injury to the area is not the only cause, however. As we get older, the discs can begin to weaken and dehydrate. These conditions can put pressure on the nerves around the spine and cause pain.


If you suffer from one of these injuries you should see a chiropractor. Surgery is risky, expensive, and requires recovery time. In many cases, you can experience relief from these conditions through chiropractic. By properly aligning the spine, pressure can be relieved on nerves and on the discs themselves. This will reduce and hopefully eliminate your pain and discomfort and allow you to live a normal lifestyle.