Premier Care Chiropractic Services
Premier Care Chiropractic offers chiropractic services and several treatment options for you and your family in Portland, Oregon. Your comfort and wellness is our main priority. We understand that different patients tolerate chiropractic adjustment force differently, and we absolutely take that into consideration. Sometimes, a patient with acute injury will require more chiropractic care services that include gentle mobilization of joints until they gradually become acclimated to treatment and can handle a greater range of joint motion.
Our Chiropractic Care Services
Explore our Portland chiropractor services and the pain-relieving therapies we offer. Our chiropractic services cater to each individual’s needs and physical limitations. All treatment options are performed by experienced professionals who care and are interested in your long-term well-being and recovery.
Common Conditions Our Chiropractors Treat
Don’t suffer any longer than you should! Premier Care Chiropractor is providing chiropractic treatment to many people that suffer from common conditions due to accidents, stress, sports, age, and more. Let us help you find pain relief so you can get back to living your life to the fullest.
- In 2017, the American College of Physicians released updated low back pain guidelines that recommend first using non-drug treatments, such as spinal manipulation, for acute and chronic low back pain.
- A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 2017 supports the use of spinal manipulative therapy as a first-line treatment for acute low back pain.
- 95% of past-year users of chiropractic care services say it’s effective, and 97% of past-year chiropractic users are likely to see a chiropractor if they have neck/back pain.
- In a Consumer Reports survey of over 45,000 people, chiropractic outperformed all other back pain treatments, including prescription medication, deep-tissue massage, yoga, pilates, and over-the-counter medication therapies.
- Chiropractors are the highest-rated healthcare practitioner for low-back pain treatments above physical therapists (PTs), specialist physician/MD (i.e., neurosurgeons, neurologists, orthopedic surgeons), and primary care physician/MD (i.e., family or internal medicine).
Neck pain is the most common complaint with a whiplash injury and is reported in over 90% of auto injury patients. Depending on the injury the pain could be stemming from the muscles, vertebrae, joints, and/or discs in this region.
Back pain is one of the most common ailments people experience, with an estimated 31 million Americans experience low-back pain at any given time.
Neck pain can be related to a number of issues, ranging from simply sleeping wrong to more serious concerns like ligament sprains or disc herniations.
Tension-type headaches are extremely common, and the impact of the headaches can range from mild annoyance to limiting your ability to function. Many people treat frequent headaches with over-the-counter pain medication, which mask the pain and do little to address the cause of the headaches.
Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of heel pain in adults. The classic sign of plantar fasciitis is that the worst pain occurs with the first few steps in the morning, but that isn’t necessarily the case for everyone.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is due to compression of the median nerve as it goes through a passage in the wrist called the carpal tunnel. The median nerve controls the movement and feeling of your thumb, and the movement of all your fingers except your pinky.
From ACL surgery recovery to minor sprains and strains, we can formulate a treatment plan that will help speed your recovery.
The shoulder is a highly mobile joint that is supported by a complex of muscles that help provide stability to the joint. The structure of the shoulder makes it susceptible to injury, and shoulder injuries tend to have a significant impact on a person’s ability to perform normal tasks.
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Disorder most commonly presents as jaw pain and contributes to frequent headaches. TMJ is commonly caused by trauma to the jaw or clenching or grinding your teeth.