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Conditions & Our Therapy

For last 23 years, Prima Chiropractic Group has focused on treating disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, and the effects of these disorders on general health. Chiropractic care is used most often to treat neuromusculoskeletal complaints, including but not limited to back pain, neck pain, pain in the joints of the arms or legs, and headaches. We have effectively treated such conditions for years.

Prima Chiropractic Group specializes in effective treatment to include the following conditions:

•Low back pain - Lumbar Discs
•Neck and Arm pain/numbness – Cervical Disc
•Pinched Nerves
•Leg Pain/Numbness
•Mid Back and Rib Pain - Scoliosis
•Auto-Related Injuries – Whiplash
•Work-Related Injuries
•Sports Injuries
•Shoulder – Rotator Cuff Injuries
•Tendonitis and Bursitis (Knee, Tennis/Golfer’s Elbow, Hip, Shoulder)
•Wrist Pain/Numbness - Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
•Foot/Arch Pain
•Knee pain – Meniscus, Ligament, Joint

Other specialized service availables:

Prima Chiropractic Group utilizes the latest examination process and medical equipments to include chiropractic, physiotherapy (to include Electric Stimulation, Ultrasound, Hydrocollation/Cryotherapy, Decompression, Traction and much more), massage, x-rays, exercise/rehab protocols to effectively diagnose and treat your condition.Prima Chiropractic Group offers gentle, effective, and time-saving approaches to treat your pain. Our treatment is a drugless, non-surgical system of health care. Some important principles of our treatments involve pain reduction and returning motion to your body ultimately increasing function and decreasing pain.

• Gentle, Effective Chiropractic Treatment
   Including care during pregnancy
• Affordable Cash Payment Plans
• Attorney Liens Accepted
• Emergency Appointments Available
• Physiotherapy
  Exercise & Rehabilitation
• Experienced Treatment of Auto Injuries
• Family Care Treatment
• Free Initial Consultation For New Patients
• Friendly & Caring Staff
• Massage Therapist on Staff
• Medicare Accepted
• Most Insurances Accepted
• On-Site X-Ray Facility
• Personal Injury Cases Accepted
• Referrals to Medical Specialists When Needed
• Same Day Appointments Available
• Treatment of Sports Injuries

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  • "Dr Yun and staff are wonderful. He is helping my husband and I."
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