In just a short time, you can learn more about chiropractic, the benefits of chiropractic care and how it can assist you live a healthier life. Serving the Nashua, NH area, Dr. Burns specializes in gentle, yet effective, chiropractic treatment in a pleasant environment for patients of all ages.


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  City Nashua, NH
  Zip Code 03063
  Address 154 Broad St # 1537
  Phone Number (603) 889-7001

I walked in with a stiff neck, and wasn't sure about what she would do. I have had bad experiences with chiropractors before, so I was hesitant about going back to one. I was very pleasantly surprised! Dr. Jill did a very good exam and took her time talking to me. She explained to me what was going on with my body and how I can help myself at home and work to keep from getting these aches and pains. and the adjustment was unlike any that I've experienced at a chiropractor. It was, like its name, very gentle and incredibly relaxing. I hated to get off the table! I have recommended her to several of my friends.

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Dr Jill has a bachelor's degree in Nutrition, and brings that background into the practice to work with you on nutritional supplements and creating a balanced diet. We utilize Standard Process and MediHerb products to supplement your diet to make sure your body is getting all the vitamins and nutrients it needs. Because your feet are the foundation of your stance, your gait and your spinal stability, supporting your feet are of utmost importance. Working with Foot Levelers, Dr Jill can scan your feet to find any balance issues, fallen arches, and other misalignment problems.


If you've ever gone to a social event where you didn't know anyone, you know how uncomfortable that can make you feel. Our goal is to eliminate every shred of apprehension and make you feel at home. Since chiropractic care involves a series of visits, with each one building on the ones before, it's important that our relationship can go the distance. We've found that one of the best ways to have successful patient relationships is to explain everything in advance. The more you understand who we are, what we do and why we do it, the better results you'll enjoy.


Specific chiropractic spinal adjustments, because they can help restore proper motion and position of individual spinal bones, can help promote proper healing. The longer you wait the more unseen damage there is and the longer it seems to take to recover. Because the nerves to the arms and hands exit the spine through the injured area of the neck, numbness and tingling are common. Even lower back pain can result directly from the trauma, or as a reaction to the loss of proper spinal curves. Whether you've been in an accident, stressed at work, or over-exerted yourself in the garden, your body is constantly adapting to the environment.


The nerve-rich facet joints on the back side of each spinal bone are a common cause of back pain. The pain can be a sign these interlocking "fingers" aren't moving right. The discs between spinal bones can be involved, too. Trauma can cause the soft, pulpy material in the middle to bulge, putting pressure on nearby nerves. Specific chiropractic adjustments can help improve spinal function. By restoring the way your spine works, discs and soft tissues may heal, nerve involvement may be reduced, pain can ease and better stability can return.


Repetitive motions (painting the ceiling), postural distortions (falling asleep with your neck twisted) and whiplash injuries from a car accident are physical stresses. So are slips and falls. Even being born! Today's environment constantly assaults us with chemicals. Drugs, preservatives, tobacco, alcohol, pollen and a host of other substances can affect our nervous system and muscle tone. When your body reacts by "tripping a circuit breaker" and causing vertebral subluxation, chiropractic care may help.


That's just one of many things your neck must do. Your neck and shoulders work hard. Even the smallest deviation in the relationships of the seven bones of your cervical spine (neck) can cause pain and reduced head and neck mobility. Generally, we see two types of neck pain cases. Minor neck and shoulder pain involve sensations of discomfort, stiffness or soreness. If these symptoms last for more than a day or so, occur frequently or were preceded by an accident or some type of injury, we consider it major.