CHIROPRACTIC

DR. ROMANA SCHMIDT

SPECIALTIES

TREATMENTS

Chiropractic treatment

Neck and Back Pain

Shoulder Pain ​

Headaches

Nerve entrapments

Pregnancy & Infant Care 

Marathoners

Ergonomics/Office workers

Chiropractic Adjustments

Mobilizations of the spine

& Extremities

​Acupuncture

GRASTON

​Kineseotaping

Soft Tissue Therapy

Rehabilitation

Nutritional Recommendatios

What is Chiropractic?

Chiropractic is a non-invasive, hands-on health care discipline that focuses on the neuromusculoskeletal system; the nerves, muscles, joints, and bones. Chiropractors are trained professionals that use effective, safe, and comfortable manual therapy techniques to promote healing and restore normal function in the body. Chiropractors treat a variety of common conditions related to the spine such as chronic low back pain, headaches, nagging neck pain, hip and knee pain. 

 

What do treatments consist of?

Chiropractors use a variety of treatment modalities and manual therapy to relieve pain and spinal dysfunction to optimize one's health.  Each treatment plan is tailored specifically to suit the needs of the patient. Treatment options include spinal manipulations, mobilizations of the spine and extremeties, soft tissue therapy, rehabilitation exercises, nutritional recommendations, and postural education. Specialized orthotic devices may be recommended if a biomechanical dysfunction is detected in your gait pattern such as someone with flat feet (pes planus).


When to seek help from a Chiropractor?

There are many reasons to seek Chiropractic care.  Even if you are not suffering from a major injury, chiropractic care can enhance your overall health and well-being with a wellness check-up and regular tune-ups.


Most people seek care for conditions such as:

  • Neck or Low back pain
  • Headaches
  • Chronic pain syndromes
  • Muscle and joint strains or sprains
  • Whiplash
  • Sports injuries
  • Work-related injuries


What to Expect on your first visit:

Your initial appointment is usually the longest and consists of a thorough health history, postural  and biomechanical assessment,  and physical examination of the your chief complaint. A diagnosis, plan of management and prognosis will be presented to you and if time permits, the first treatment will begin with the first visit.

Depending on your complaint, you may require a referral to another health care provider or additional imaging, such as x-rays, may be requested.