Discover strategies to alleviate running injuries and find relief from pain, allowing you to continue your passion with comfort.

Chiropractic care can be beneficial for runners in various ways. Runners often put significant stress on their bodies, especially their musculoskeletal system, which can lead to various issues over time. Chiropractic care focuses on diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal and nervous system disorders, primarily through manual manipulation of the spine and other joints.

Why Chiropractic Care for Running?

Regular chiropractic adjustments can help maintain proper alignment and joint mobility, reducing the risk of injuries that commonly affect runners, such as IT band syndrome, shin splints, and stress fractures.

Chiropractors can address pain and discomfort that may arise from running-related injuries or overuse. By realigning joints and reducing muscle tension, runners may experience relief from pain without resorting to medication.

Running requires a wide range of motion in various joints. Chiropractic adjustments can help enhance flexibility and range of motion, allowing runners to move more freely and efficiently.

Chiropractic Care for Runnin

 When the body is in proper alignment, muscle imbalances are reduced, which can lead to improved biomechanics and overall running performance. Efficient movement mechanics can also contribute to better speed, endurance, and form.

Chiropractic care can expedite the recovery process after intense training sessions or races. By addressing muscle tension, joint restrictions, and inflammation, runners may experience quicker recovery times. Chiropractors often provide personalized treatment plans based on a runner’s specific needs and goals. This individualized approach can address the unique challenges and imbalances that each runner faces.

Chiropractic care often promotes a holistic approach to health, emphasizing not only physical well-being but also factors like nutrition, lifestyle, and stress management. This comprehensive approach can contribute to an overall healthier and more resilient runner. Chiropractic adjustments can influence nervous system function. Improved nerve communication can have positive effects on muscle coordination, reaction times, and overall athletic performance.

It’s important to note that while many runners find chiropractic care beneficial, individual responses can vary. If you’re considering chiropractic care as part of your running routine, it’s recommended to consult with both a chiropractor and your primary healthcare provider. A well-rounded approach to running health might involve chiropractic care, proper training techniques, balanced nutrition, and adequate rest.


Chiropractic Adjustments

Designed to manipulate vertebrae that have abnormal movement patterns, or which fail to function properly.

Instrument-Assisted Chiropractic

Uses advanced technology to adjust your vertebrae and produce the relief that increases your comfort and wellbeing.

Chiropractic Exam

Analysis based on your specific complaints, and is designed to determine the issues causing you pain or discomfort.

Pregnancy Care

During pregnancy, the body undergoes several physiological and endocrinological changes that result in spinal and pelvic misalignment.


Our practice uses advanced digital imaging to capture highly detailed images of your musculoskeletal system, which allow us to provide you with a more accurate diagnosis, and a much more precise and effective treatment.

Car Accident

The neck and back are some of the most vulnerable parts of the body during a car accident. Our chiropractors our expert in car accident chiropractic services.

Decompression Therapy

Our chiropractors may offer decompression, also known as spinal decompression, to help relieve back, neck, or leg pain.

Neurological Exam

Our chiropractic team provides neurological exams to determine when nerves are involved with your problem, and which nerves are the source of your pain and discomfort.

Postural Analysis

Our team will often perform a postural analysis as part of your chiropractic exam to determine if your posture is contributing to, or causing your pain; and what your correct posture should be.

Electrical Stimulation

Our chiropractors may offer Electrical Stimulation, also called a TENS unit.

Therapeutic Ultrasound

Therapeutic ultrasound is a noninvasive procedure that uses low-power ultrasound waves to create vibrations and/or raise the temperature of body tissue in a targeted area, providing pain relief and loosening tight muscles.

PRP/Ozone injections

Site-specific intramuscular injections can help pain and wound healing.