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Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic X-ray

Drug-Free Pain Relief

Helping people one heart and

one spine at a time

Our mission is to help each person find the cause of their problem rather than just treating their symptoms. When you walk through our doors you will know this is the place you want to be if you are interested in living a healthy pain-free lifestyle.  


   Dr. McNamara and staff evaluate and treat you in a personal atmosphere that caters to the wellness of the whole person.  You are well-taken care of every step of the way.

    Your appointment will begin with a complete history and examination, performed by a highly educated physician.  As a Chiropractor, Dr. McNamara will address your structural, postural, and pain problems, as a Functional Medicine doctor, he will address your overall well-being, including, family history, nutrition, and lifestyle needs. Your initial assessment will include a wellness exam evaluating your risk of current and future health concerns.  

    If you are interested in restoring and maintaining health and disease prevention, we are here to guide you through a personalized plan that will allow you to live your life to its fullest potential. This is the health care of the future. 

What is chiropractic?

If you're watching the video, you are probably curious About chiropractic care and how it can help you and your family. So let's explore what chiropractic is all about and how it works.


A chiropractor is a health care professional who specializes in the health and function of the spine and nervous system because of this focus on the spine. Many people think chiropractors can only help with problems such as back pain,

neck pain, and headaches. And it is true that chiropractors can often help with these things, but there is so much more to chiropractic than just pain.


Chiropractic care is really about total health and wellbeing. It's about helping people to feel great and get the most out of life by functioning at their optimal potential. The spine is there to protect the spinal cord,

which is part of the central nervous system. The spine is like a set of armor made up of segments so that it can bend and move naturally with the body. A spinal segment consists of two vertebrae and the joints that connect them, there is a disc between each vertebra that acts as a cushion underneath that Armor a whole lot is happening. Messages travel from around the body, up the spinal cord, and into the brain. The brain processes, those messages and sends replies back down the spinal cord to tell the body how to respond. The central nervous system is one big information highway and it carries vital messages to every part of your body.


Sometimes the wear and tear of everyday life can impact the spine and cause spinal segments to move in a way that is different from normal in a dysfunctional way that wear and tear can happen gradually, such as from bad posture or it can happen suddenly, which is common with sports injuries and because of the close relationship between the spine and the nervous system, every day strains can actually impact the flow of information and communication between the brain and the body messages may not be delivered to the brain, or they may be inaccurate when that miscommunication occurs due to abnormal movements of the spine.

Chiropractic corrects vertebral subluxation or chiropractic subluxation. You might hear it again from your chiropractor. So now, you know what it means by making fast gentle adjustments to the spine. Chiropractors restore their natural movement. If the central nervous system is like the engine of your body, a chiropractor acts like a mechanic tuning the spine and central nervous system so that your body can run like a race car.

Just keep in mind that as you are adjusted, you may hear a popping sound. That can seem a bit strange. In fact, it's completely harmless. It's just the release of gas from between spinal segments. And it's no more significant than any other release of gas from the body. So are you ready to supercharge your engine? 

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