Originally a native of MD, Dr. Jeff is a graduate of Indiana Universtity of Pennsylvania. He continued his education at Palmer College of Chiropractic in IA, gaining a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. After graduation Dr. Michael worked with Dr. Bouma and Dr. Brown in PA, who have over fifty years combined knowledge in private practice.
|Address||9956 N Main St Unit 4|
|Phone Number||(410) 629-1845|
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We hope that you will find this site helpful in learning more about our office, our chiropractic care, and how chiropractic care can improve your quality of life. We understand that although our patients may be diagnosed with the same condition, they may respond differently to different treatments. For this reason, we tailor a specific plan of action to meet your needs, goals and unique condition. Upon your initial examination, we will discuss with you our findings and what they mean. We will create a custom treatment plan to get you to where you want to be, whether that means less pain, better performance, or just better overall health.
We are proud to provide our patients the highest quality chiropractic care available. It is one of our top priorities to protect the well-being of our valued patients. We are confident that you will feel right at home in our office as we welcome all patients as if they were family. If you would like to make an appointment, please contact our office by calling (410) 629-1845. We do most of our new patient documentation through an online form which can be accessed on this website and completed prior to your appointment.
We offer a variety of services to treat common ailments and injuries. If you have any questions, please contact us, we're always happy to hear from you!
All of the functions related to the amazing human body are controlled and coordinated by the extensive neural network. Interference or stresses in any part of the nerve system may result in health problems in a variety of areas throughout our bodies. Take a moment and explore which areas of the body are influenced by the different areas of your spine. You will be amazed at how the spine and nerve system are interrelated and connected to every aspect of our expression of health and wellness.
Back pain due to a herniated or bulging disc can be debilitating, and in the past, surgery was the answer. Today, we have highly-successful advanced technology that allows us to relieve this pain without surgery. We use a system that combines a machine with an exceptionally precise computer program for a treatment called spinal decompression. Using this computer technology and the decompression machine, we are able to create a custom treatment plan that decompresses the spine and pulls the herniated or bulging material back into the disc.
Chiropractors are professionals who uncover underlying issues in personal injury accidents. Whether using a single spinal adjustment or a series of treatment, visiting a chiropractor is one of the best options to start the healing process. If you find yourself in a personal injury accident, schedule a consultation with a chiropractor, as you may have underlying issues that we can help diagnose and treat.
Ice pack cryotherapy consists of applying cold compresses to the skin, both to reduce its temperature and constrict blood vessels in the area. Applied to fresh injuries, it can help reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation. You are likely already familiar with the use of ice to bring down swelling after spraining an ankle or knocking your shin. But did you know that ice pack cryotherapy can be beneficial well after you suffer your initial injury? Ice pack cryotherapy is an an excellent way to help with muscle spasms, and is known to help numb painful areas while providing a cooling relief to the affected soft tissues.
The procedure known as Dry Needling is an important tool for diagnosing, treating and monitoring changes in myofascial trigger/tender points. During this procedure, a sterile, very thin, solid filament needle is inserted into tissue that may be associated with one or a number of your complaints. One or more needles may be used, and the procedure may be performed during more than one office visit. The number of needles, and the frequency of the procedure, will depend entirely on your condition at each office visit.