Chiropractic Corrective Care in Phoenix, AZ

Everyone seems to know your brain controls your entire body, but not many people know how. Your brain carries information down your spinal cord and into your muscles, tissues, and organs using your nervous system.

The Corrective Care Chiropractor is focused on the structure of your spine. We want our patients to feel better, and we use adjustments to remove nerve interference and begin the relief process.

Like an orthodontist aligns teeth, Corrective Care Chiropractors align the bones in the spine to optimize nerve function and create lasting change for stability and long-term optimal functioning.

Improve Your Quality of Life With Chiropractic Corrective Care

Pinched nerves, subluxations (misalignment of vertebrae), spinal misalignment and degeneration affect the length and frequency of treatment as symptoms may disappear long before we achieve maximum correction of the spine so adjustment schedules are intensified to allow for optimal correction in the shortest time possible.

We closely monitor and evaluate our patients’ progress with physical examinations, orthopedic tests, and X-rays to confirm structural correction.

The adjustments and other therapies we use at Life Chiropractic in Phoenix, AZ are personalized to allow your body to function at a higher level and begin healing. Corrective Care adjustments are gentle, safe, and tailored to each patient’s needs, whether they are newborn, 100 years old, or somewhere in between.

Your first adjustment relieves the pressure off the nerve as it begins to restore the vertebrae to its natural position. Every gentle adjustment builds on the last, slowly and gradually bringing the body back to its natural posture. Soft tissues, muscles, and ligaments may be stretched while the vertebra is in an unnatural position so these tissues need time to rehabilitate and return your body to normal.

Most patients’ treatment schedules range from a couple of weeks to a number of months. Chiropractic care is recommended to achieve and maintain correction while preventing relapse in the future. Our Corrective Chiropractic Care Chiropractors in Phoenix, AZ improve your quality of life and decrease the risk of future problems.

What Should You Expect As A Patient Of Life Chiropractic In Phoenix?

Health History | Consultation

Your first step as a new patient is to provide us with a complete health
history. Old injuries and chronic problems are often as important as your current complaint in fully determining the underlying cause of your present symptoms, so this information is important and relevant.

Our Phoenix staff is always available to help you with any questions you may have. In fact, we encourage you to talk about your needs with one of our doctors.

After carefully reviewing your health history, we will talk with you about
how physical, mental, and emotional strains may have affected your health and nervous system. We can then determine whether Corrective Care and our Chiropractors can help you and discuss the next steps.

Corrective Care in Phoenix Life Chiropractic

Examinations and X-Rays

Our thorough and gentle Chiropractic exam is a careful analysis and can include a combination of the following, depending upon your symptoms and health history. Our testing and recommended care are tailored to your needs.

  • Digital thermography
  • Range of motion
  • Posture analysis
  • Extremity analysis
  • Orthopedic testing
  • Neurologic testing
  • Diagnostic imaging (X-rays of the spine) — Our low-dose X-rays are a safe and non-invasive way to rule out other causes of your symptoms.
  • Palpation of the soft tissues of the spine
  • Instrument Testing

Once the doctors have studied your history, exam, and x-rays, they will sit down with you and your family and explain how your spine is functioning and if you have subluxations. They will thoroughly cover what is wrong, why it is wrong, and if it can be corrected.

The skull and spine protect the most delicate organ of the entire body …

The Nervous System

As this chart shows, each nerve root controls a portion of the body and its organs, muscles, and tissues. A pinched nerve can cause decreased function in those affected areas.

If Chiropractic can help you, we will discuss how long we expect treatment to take, the frequency we recommend, and how much it will cost. If your condition is not a “Chiropractic condition”, we will refer you to a specialist.

In addition to the ailments you would expect Chiropractic Care to address,, like migraines and neck and back pain, Chiropractic Care can also address conditions you may not expect, like allergies, digestive issues, infertility, and even behavioral issues, as those can all be affected by a pinched nerve or misalignment.

Insurance plans often limit the amount of treatment and frequency of visits that are covered. This can limit your overall treatment, which may not be enough to correct the underlying cause of your symptoms. As a result, many patients may continue to experience pain or other problems.

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T10: Kidneys, appendix, sex organs, adrenals, spleen, pancreas, large intestine.
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Cl: Blood supply to the head; pituitary gland; bones of the face, brain, inner/middle ear; sympathetic nervous system; eyes.
C2: Eyes, optic nerves, auditory nerves, sinuses, tongue, forehead, heart.
C3: Cheeks, outer ear, face, bones, teeth, trigeminal nerve, lungs.

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Sympathetic chain: to eyes, ears, and other sensory organs; glands and blood vessels of the brain; immune response, bone growth, fat metabolism, reaction to stress, brain.

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C4: Nose, Lips, mouth, ear canal, mucous membranes, lungs.
C5: Vocal cords, neck glands, pharynx.
C6: Neck muscles, shoulders, tonsils.
C7: Shoulder joints, elbows, thyroid gland.

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T1: Esophagus, trachea, heart, arms down into fingers.
arms down into fingers.
T2: Coronary arteries; lungs; airways, heart, including its valves and covering.
T3: Lungs, airways, pleura, chest, heart, breast, and associated lymph nodes

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T4: Heart, lungs, airways, gallbladder, bile duct.
T5: Solar plexus, circulation, heart, esophagus, liver, stomach.
T6: Esophagus, small intestine, stomach.

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T7: Pancreas, stomach, liver, spleen, gallblbdder, small intestine.
T8: Spleen, stomach, liver, gallbladder, adrenals, small intestine, pyloric valve.
T9: Small intestine, adrenals, pancreas, spleen, gallbladder, sex organs.

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T10: Kidneys, appendix, sex organs, adrenals, spleen, pancreas, large intestine.
T11: Kidneys, ureters, large intestine, urinary bladder, sex organs.
T12: Small intestine, lymph circulation, large intestine, urinary bladder, uterus, kidneys, intestinal sphincters.

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L1: Large Intestine, inguinal canal, uterus.
L2: Abdomen, appendix, leg, bladder.
L3: Sex organs, bladder. knees, prostate.
L4: Spinal muscles, prostate, sciatic nerve.

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L5: Prostate, lower legs, ankles, feet,
Sacrum: Hips, buttocks, rectum, sex organs, genitalia, bladder, ureter, prostate, Coccyx: Rectum, anus.

We are committed to working with you to ease your symptoms and correct your issues, so ask us about our payment plans.

What Our Patients Say

So i have been see Dr D for about 2 month’s.

I have been doing concrete for about 20 years know i ve always have had problems with my back, In the short time i have been there my over all health has change, i can go to the bathroom with standing by the toilet for 10 min to wait for my back to slide into place,before i could move.

Life Chiropractic and staff are friendly and very knowledgeable.

MANUEL

Dr D is the best !

Dr D is amazing! I was suffering from a tightness, discomfort in my chest. I seen my primary care doctor and had multiple tests that all came back negative Prescriptions that weren’t providing any relief. I decided to go see Dr D for an adjustment since I was also suffering from a headache. He noted that I had something “out of whack” (my words). He adjusted and almost instantly I felt 100% better. The next day I felt like myself again. I can’t thank Dr D enough for all he has done for myself and my family to keep us all feeling good.

STACEY

ADDRESS

4722 E. Ray Rd. Ste 5
Phoenix AZ, 85044

Hours

Mon-Thu: 8:00AM – 12:00PM, 2:30PM – 6:00PM

Fri: 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM, 2:30 PM – 5:00 PM

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