Something Else

Doctors of Chiropractic (DC) have a unique education that allows them to look at more than just your muscles and bones. They actually spend thousands of hours studying anatomy, physiology, neurology, biochemistry, nutrition, exercise, psychology, and more. This unique combination of coursework provides them with many tools to help many common musculoskeletal issues. 

Adirondack Spine and Sports Chiropractic offers treatment for various conditions including, but not limited to:

Low back and leg pain

•      sciatic neuropathy, sacroiliac dysfunction, lower crossed syndrome, facet arthropathy, disc derangement and herniation, facet joint dysfunction etc. 

Neck and arm pain

•      Medial and lateral epicondylitis, carpel tunnel syndrome, pronator terres syndrome, joint dysfunction, disc derangement, referred pain, etc.


•      cervico-genic and tension headaches

Athletic and work-related injuries

•      strains, sprains, exacerbation of previous injury, discogenic pain, etc.

Shoulder, knee, and foot pain

•      Plantar fasciitis IT band syndrome, patellar tracking issues, rotator cuff injuries, etc.

Postural syndromes

•      upper and lower cross syndrome, forward head carriage, "texting" neck, etc.

Palliative care FOr complex ailments

•      Temporary relief to complex conditions that are co-managed with Primary care physicians. I.e. Ankylosing Spondylitis, lumbar central canal stenosis, Failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS), Multiple sclerosis, etc.

Weight Loss, Weight lifting, Sport specific goals


Many of these problems can be Alleviated when you visit an evidence based Doctor of Chiropractic, without the use of drugs or surgery.


Our ultimate goal is to promote active care in our patients so that they have the knowledge to avoid future injury, and alleviate their own symptoms in the future. Our patients will be empowered and confident in their own ability to overcome pain, but the providers at Adirondack Spine and Sports Chiropractic will be there to help when needed.




Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation 

  • The act of mobilizing a joint in order to restore range of motion, reduce pain signaling, and replenish synovial joints.

  • Research shows that spinal manipulation can reduce pain but at the end of the day, a joint that stays mobile, stays healthy.

  • You might stretch out your hamstrings and loosen up your hips after your jog, but a skilled manual therapist can mobilize almost any joint in the body and manually assist in active stretching techniques such as PIR, or Post Isometric Relaxation.



Diet Analysis and Recommendations

  • There is simply too much conflicting advice in the realm of nutrition. Unfortunately, drastic conclusions are often drawn from low level science.

  • You cannot blame yourself for being confused by conflicting information. It takes a lot of time with reliable sources to sort through it.

  • We can help you make small changes to your diet to reduce inflammation, improve overall health, and maybe even reduce body fat.

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Functional Movement Screening

  • A service that is designed to elicit faulty movement patterns throughout the body.

  • Faulty movements might not cause pain now but if they exist for too long, they might cause pain in the future.  

  • This service would be followed by personalized exercise prescription.




Below are even more ways that we can help you heal.