Chiropractic is the practice of chiropractic by a Nationally and State Licensed Doctor. Chiropractic doctors focus on conservative treatment of neuro-musculoskeletal injuries, pain and disorders effecting the spine and joints of the body. It is common for chiropractors to incorporate other treatments of management of pain and disorders of the spine and joints often leading to painful conditions effecting the spine, arms and legs. The nervous system is highly developed and has major influences or control of the other systems in the body. It therefore plays a significant role in health and wellbeing. Chiropractors use specialized manual adjustment techniques along with therapeutic procedures to the spine and extremity joints to address musculoskeletal disorders and improve neurological function.
The board certified Chiropractors at Atlantic Coast Medical Rehab have performed well over ten thousand safe and effective adjustments for people suffering from injuries or pain from a car accident, recent or prior sports injury, recreational injury, overuse as well as unexplained injury or pain. By incorporating basic elements of scientific research, utilizing biochemistry labs, radiology, digital x-ray, MRI’s, Orthopedics, Neurological testing along with over twenty years of clinical experience we may accurately diagnose your injuries and painful conditions.
Our Chiropractors are able to treat most injuries, and painful conditions using a gentle approach. Not all patients are candidates for chiropractic care. Our staff includes Chiropractors and Medical Doctors specializing in Emergency Medicine, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation & Interventional Pain Management. Chiropractic care, therapy & rehab are often indicated and preferred after car and boating accidents, work related overuse injuries, sports related injuries, slip or trip and falls, work accidents, recreational injuries and unexplained painful conditions. Most Injuries are to the soft connective tissues and do not require surgery or even medications. Therapy and rehab treatments are usually most effective treating injuries and reducing pain, inflammations, muscle spasms, headaches, numbness & tingling sensations. Fifty percent of Americans use chiropractic for treatment of back pain. Spine manipulation has been proven affective for treatment of lower back pain. Doctors of chiropractic use spinal manipulation adjustments as their specialty. Chiropractors are sensitive and compassionate to your pain and condition.
Non operative spinal care is indicated far greater than surgery. In fact surgery is necessary in less than 2 percent of low back pain cases. In fact most good surgeons will recommend patients undergo at least six to eight weeks of therapy, treatment and limit activity prior to considering surgery. Patients should always consider conservative treatments before surgery is considered unless bowel or bladder disorders are present. Difficult spine & joint cases such as painful frozen joints of the spine or extremities, pre and/or post-surgical conditions, may be candidates for manipulation under anesthesia (MUA). Dr. Scott Rosenstein, MS, DC is trained, certified and experienced performing manipulations under anesthesia for difficult spine and joint cases. Manipulation under Anesthesia (MUA) treatments are performed in an accredited surgical center with the patient under light anesthesia so that limited joint resistance exists and a gentle flow movement manipulation can occur to a painful frozen joint or restricted joints or spine segments. MUA is considered when all other options have been failed or exhausted and surgical intervention is being considered. MUA’s are performed with an anesthesiologist and a board cert specialist in physical medicine rehab orthopedic or neurosurgeon.
50 percent of Americans use chiropractic for treatment of back pain. Spine manipulation has been proven affective for treatment of lower back pain. Doctors of Chiropractic use spinal manipulations or adjustments as one of their specialties for treating spine and joint problems. Chiropractors are sensitive to your pain and condition.
Non operative spinal care is indicated far greater than surgery. In fact surgery is necessary less than 2 percent of all low back pain patients.