Spinal Conditions

Low Back Pain

Over the course of our lifetime 80% of the population will experience low back pain. There are may causes, ranging in severity and treatment methods. Taking aspirin, Tylenol or pain medications only mask the problem. Here at Seminole Chiropractic Wellness Center we make sure to diagnose the cause and treat the root of the problem. Call us now to schedule your appointment and to find the root of your pain.

Neck Pain

This can be the cause of headaches, migraines, dizziness and pain traveling down your upper extremities. Having a cervical adjustment can help with all of the above and with things such as sinus problems and head colds!

Herniations/Bulge

Trauma to the vertebral disc, such has auto injury, sports injury or combat related injury may result in a herniated or bulging disc. Seminole Chiropractic Wellness Center utilizes Class 4 Laser Therapy in conjunction with chiropractic adjustments and other state of the art modalities to help your body during inflammatory periods and do our best to get you pain free.

Stenosis

There are more than 200,000 U.S. Cases per year. Dr. Randal Butch is very experienced with this condition and depending on the severity he may be able to utilize chiropractic care in conjunction with rehab/physical therapy. Call today for further information.

DJD

Dr. Butch is experienced in treating individuals with Degenerative Joint Disease. This is a arthritic joint condition that is very common and has over 3 million diagnosed cases per year.

Scoliosis

Having a scoliosis means having a lateral curvature of the spine. Chiropractic care can help by correcting subluxations and retraining muscles through an exercise and stretching routine. Our clinic continues to help scoliotic patients meet their health and wellness goals, relieve pain and increase stamina.

Kyphosis

Also known as “Humpback”, this is a spinal condition that is most common in the Thoracic spine (mid-back). It can cause pain and poor posture. Based on the severity of the condition it can put pressure on the spinal cord and nerve root causing additional pressure on the lungs and can affect breathing.