Midwest Chiropractic Chicago

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Top-Rated Chicago Chiropractic & Physical Therapy Facilities

Our team of skilled health professionals offer a unique approach to successfully treating pain and discomfort using non-invasive, non-surgical techniques.

At Midwest Chiropractic Chicago clinics our emphasis is to provide safe, gentle and effective treatment for patients with automobile and work related injuries, as well as sports and other injuries. In addition to injury care, Midwest Chiropractic treats patients and their families in wellness care programs.

The office utilizes a variety of patient specific gentle chiropractic adjusting techniques, physiotherapies, massage therapy, nutritional counseling, ergonomic evaluations, and home exercise programs. As you grow older, the stress of everyday life, repetitive motion at work, injuries and falls, or just plain living in the twenty-first century can compromise your body’s strength and healing powers. Pain and disease are signals that indicate you need the help of a health care specialist.

At Midwest Chiropractic Chicago, we see you as an individual each with a separated set of needs, and we see chiropractic as a system of health care that is different than medical care alone. Without drugs or surgery, chiropractic health care helps retrain your body to take care of itself.

If your bodily structure is unbalanced or is not straight and true, you may feel pain, become ill or tire more easily. We are a fully-integrated holistic clinic that utilizes the practices of Chiropractic Care, Acupuncture, Spinal Decompression Therapy, and Physical Therapy to successfully treat a variety of problems, including:

  • Fibromyalgia
  • Headaches & Migraines

  • Sciatica
  • Sports Injuries
  • Stress

Whether you’re looking for relief from severe chronic pain, searching for ways to beat the aches and pains of day-to-day living, or seeking optimal health and peak performance, you’ve come to the right place.

You will find Midwest Chicago Chiropractic is a little different from other health care providers. It’s not just our commitment to providing first-class health care through natural chiropractic treatments – though that’s part of it. And it’s not just our great rates that provide a fantastic value for our patients-though that’s part of it, too. It’s our whole philosophy.

Please take a few minutes to browse our website and get acquainted. Then give us a call at one of our locations, to schedule an appointment.

Midwest Chiropractic

6524 West Archer Ave,Chicago,IL.

Phone: 773-229-9600

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  • VAX-D is a non-invasive treatment for acute or chronic back pain and radicular pain and symptoms (leg pain and numbness) from herniated or degenerated discs and posterior facet syndrome. Patients who have had back surgery and continue to have pain (Failed Back Syndrome) may also benefit from VAX-D. People who suffer from severe, chronic pain know how it can utterly disrupt one’s life. Pain can make it hard to enjoy even the simplest daily activities, and make it a challenge to carry out exercise routine and other healthy activities. People often live a life of compromise in their activities. Many patients find that as they grow older, episodes of low back pain become more frequent, their pain worsens in intensity and it takes longer for them to recover. There are many different terms to describe lumbar disc pathology. The terms include: annular tears, bulging disc, disc protrusion, slipped disc, herniated disc, ruptured or extruded discs, disc fragment, disc degeneration, pinched nerve, sciatica etc.....

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  • Neck and arm pain are common symptoms affecting as much as 50% of individuals sometime during their lives. Traditionally, patients have been treated with a combination of medications and cervical traction. Current devices apply cervical traction with a halter or harness/slide mechanism with the head and neck in some degree of flexion. The current standard protocol includes the use of tensions in the 25-50 lb range; the use of an angle of 15° to 20° of flexion for all clinical indications; treatment time of 5-10 minutes; and linear (straight-line) modes of either static or intermittent tension. We have found that none of these standard protocols are useful for treating chronic cervical pain from herniated or degenerative disc disease. There are multiple randomized clinical trials of standard traction demonstrating that there is no significant benefit for traction over the control treatments. According the textbook ‘The Adult Spine, Principles & Practice’ and ‘The Quebec Task Force on Spinal Disorders’, there is no scientific evidence to support the use of traction despite its widespread application in practice. The kinematics of the cervical spine.....

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  • An examination of the initial phase treatments reveals the following: Physical Therapy: According to a recent study by Feline and Lund of McGill University, there is little evidence that physical therapy and physical therapy modalities provide any long-term efficacy greater than placebo. The therapies that were examined included exercise, ultrasound, thermal agents, acupuncture, low-intensity laser therapy, electrical stimulation, and combination therapies for a variety of musculoskeletal pain conditions including chronic back pain. The authors reported, "our results suggest that none of the therapies under review cause improvements in symptoms of chronic musculoskeletal pain or in quality of life that outlast the therapy...including placebo." Van den Hoogen et al published the results of a study involving 269 patients. It was concluded that receiving physical therapy was associated with a longer duration of low back pain. The authors reported, "at every moment in time, patients receiving physical therapy had a 51% less chance to recover in the following week than patients not receiving physical therapy."...

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