Spence Chiropractic



Neck PainNeck Pain?

Your neck is the most vulnerable part of your spine. Not only does it support your 10-12 pound head and allow you to look around freely, but it must also allow for nerve impulses to travel without restraint to  your entire body.

Many everyday things can cause neck pain from watching TV or using a computer, to reading a book or falling asleep in a chair. When neck pain becomes frequent, or does not ease up, it may be time for chiropractic care.


Chiropractic adjustments are a safe and effective way to relieve neck pain, headaches and pain caused by whiplash or other injuries.


Low Back Pain?

If you have back pain, you are not alone. Low back pain is one of the leading causes missed work. Chiropractic is used by many patients with low back pain and may help you. In fact, a recent study published in the medical journal Spine, found that when comparing chiropractic and medical care:

At the end of the study, the group receiving chiropractic adjustments experienced a much higher recovery rate versus the medication group. For every 2 people that fully recovered with medication, 9 people fully recovered with chiropractic care.

Why See a Chiropractor?

Chiropractic is a drugless, non-surgical system of health care. Dr. Spence offers gentle and effective treatments for your low back pain.

Chiropractors use spinal manipulation to correct spinal joint restrictions and relieve pain, treating disc injuries, improving alignment and posture, and promoting health and wellness.

Spence Chiropractic also offers a number of treatment options, in addition to traditional spinal adjustments, including electric muscle stimulation, therapeutic ultrasound, cold laser therapy and hydro therapy massage.

Low back conditions that respond to chiropractic care include:

• back sprain injuries
• facet joint sprain
• sacroiliac sprain
• herniated discs that don't require surgery
• stenosis
• various types of chronic low back pain
• Stiffness and soreness
• Muscle strain
• Sciatica
• Back pain during pregnancy
• Early degenerative disc disease