Clark Chiropractic, Inc. offers a wide variety of services, specializing in automobile accidents, workers compensation* cases, full spinal problems, extremities, children’s injuries and sports injuries.
Dr. Clark and his staff are fully versed in the latest techniques, including Gonstead and diversified, as well as S.O.T, Thomson Drop Table, and Cox flexion distraction for disc herniations.
The office is fully staffed with two experienced office assistants. X-rays are performed on-site in addition to physiotherapy alternatives including ultrasound, electric muscle stimulation, and hot/cold packs.
Clark Chiropractic, Inc. is very proud of the relationships it has established with general practitioners, neurologists, neurosurgeons, podiatrists, orthopedists, pain specialists, anesthesiologists, physical therapists and ENT doctors. Dr. Clark understands that chiropractic is not a cure-all for every condition and will make the appropriate referrals, should chiropractic not be the best option for care.
Many conditions that are not responsive to general medical treatments may be responsive to chiropractic techniques and approaches to wellness. In addition to treating common joint problems, many other conditions including bed-wetting, chronic ear infections, headaches, constipation, chest pains, jaw pain, carpal tunnel, shoulder and leg pain have been helped successfully by the Clark Chiropractic staff.
Thompson Drop Table
Cox flexion and distraction
Full spine adjusting techniques
Adjunctive Care Services:
Electric muscle stimulation
Hot and cold pack
Gym ball exercises
Diagnostic X-ray services
Orthopedic bracing for ankle, wrists, elbow, and low back conditions.
Independent Medical Examinations
Agreed Medical Exams
Qualified Medical Examinations
Second Opinion Exams
Referrals – Lab work ups, MRI, CT Scan etc.
Pre-employment screening for companies
Motor vehicle accident injuries
Work related injuries*
Children and preventive and family care
Chronic difficult case
* Filing a fraudulent workers’ compensation is a felony subject to up to 5 years in prison or a fine of up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greatest or by both imprisonment and fine.