Back & Neck Pain Relief
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360 951 4504

Back & Neck Pain Relief
Walk Ins Welcome
360 951 4504

Dr. David Warwick D.C.

Dr. David Warwick D.C.

Short Term Care for Your Back & Neck Pain

At Warwick Chiropractic our goal is to reduce the PAIN and get you the RELIEF you need in the fewest visits possible.  No appointment is needed and walk-in’s are welcome.

Dr. David Warwick uses a variety of treatments including neuro-muscular-skeletal analysis and treatment, tissue release, and traction modalities. The multi-discipline approach to your care includes chiropractic, and can include massage therapy and other referred specialties. Dr. David Warwick is your Lacey WA Chiropractic care specialist.  Together Dr. David Warwick and Team can help you feel better! Contact Dr. David Warwick today!

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Warwick Chiropractic

Warwick Chiropractic

8730 Tallon Lane
#104
Lacey, Washington 98516
United States (US)

Phone: 360-951-4504

Fax: 877-848-7757

DrDavidWarwick@DrDavidWarwick.com

Open: Mon – Thurs 10am – 6pm

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Back Pain

Back pain affects about 80% of adults at some time in their lives.

Neck Pain

Neck pain (or cervicalgia) is a common problem, with two-thirds of the population having neck pain at some.

Auto Accidents / Whiplash Injury

It is estimated that 1% of the entire US population suffers from chronic headaches as the result of auto accident injuries otherwise known as whiplash.

Headaches

A headache or cephalalgia is pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck. It can be a symptom of a number of different conditions of the head and neck.

Sciatica

Sciatica is a set of symptoms including pain that may be caused by general compression or irritation of one of five spinal nerve roots.

Work Injuries

An occupational injury is bodily damage resulting from working. The most usual organs involved are the spine, hands, the head, lungs, eyes, skeleton, and skin.

Neck & Back Pain Relief

Are you having pain in your Neck and/or Back?  Are you having Headaches? Numbness or Tingling? Sciatica?  Shoulder, Arm, or Leg Pain? Headaches? Maybe from a Motor Vehicle Collision, Work or Sport Injury? At Warwick Chiropractic, our goal is to reduce the PAIN and get you the RELIEF you need in the fewest visits possible. Many problems that cause pain are related to misalignment’s, spinal, joint, or disk injuries which can cause a pinched nerve. This leads to tissue and muscle damage which can then lead to arthritis or degeneration in your overall ability to function. Many problems like poor posture, motor vehicle collisions, work, sport or weekend-warrior injuries can lead to long term spinal damage (vertebral subluxations) or “misalignment’s” causing sharp, dull, aching, stabbing, radiating, numbness and/or tingling.  It can be exhausting leading to headaches or fatigue.  Left untreated, the spine which is comprised of spinal bones, disks, ligaments, nerves and muscles can degenerate. Misalignment’s can also occur in your shoulders, elbows, hands, hips, knees and feet.

Chiropractic care can reduce or eliminate the pain by realigning the spinal or bones taking the pressure off the nerves, move more naturally, and allow your body to heal. Contact us today.

Initial Consultation, Exam & Treatment for $67*

(*excludes filing of Insurances, Medicare, Motor Vehicle Collisions & Work Injuries)

PREFER SHORT TERM CHIROPRACTIC CARE FOR YOUR NECK OR BACK PAIN?

“To the best of my ability, I agree to provide my patients convenient, affordable, and mainstream Chiropractic care. I will not use unnecessary long-term treatment plans and/or therapies.”      ~Dr. David Warwick

At Warwick Chiropractic, our goal is to reduce the PAIN and get you the RELIEF you need in the fewest visits possible.  Our commitment to you… provide short-term Chiropractic care for neck and back pain.

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Welcome to Our New Offices

You may have read and seen some stuff that we are moving offices. Well, this is your first live look at them. They are still being built, but will be completed by June 5. That is the date we are opening in our new office. Our new office address is: 8650 Martin Way...

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Is a Low-Salt Diet Healthier?

A long-range study suggests that reducing salty foods may not be as helpful for your heart health as once thought. A review of data on more than 2,600 men and women participating in the Framingham Heart Study showed that those who consumed less than 2,500 milligrams of sodium a day tended to have higher blood pressure than participants who consumed more sodium in their diet. Despite the findings, the American Heart Association says further studies are needed before people should start reaching for the salt shaker.

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Have You Tried This for Your Back Pain?

It’s not uncommon for low back pain patients to reduce their activities in an effort to avoid their pain. Unfortunately, it's likely their core muscles—the muscles that help support their midsection—will become deconditioned over time due to inactivity, which may only increase the risk of further injury. Therefore, to effectively improve one's low back pain status, he or she must first strengthen and keep their core muscles strong! Think in terms of one to three sets of ten reps for ease of application and ALWAYS release the exercise SLOWLY—don’t just drop back from the end-range of the exercise.

The ABDOMINAL muscles include four groups: the rectus abdominis (they attach our rib cage to our pelvic area, and the fibers run straight up and down), overlapping on the sides are the internal obliques (fibers run down and inward), the external obliques (fibers run down and out), and lastly, the transverse abdominis (the fibers run horizontal and attach to the fascia in the low back).

If we think of three levels of exercise difficulty, an easy (or Level 1) sit-up can include a “crunch” or simply lifting the head and shoulders off the floor. A more difficult (Level 2) ab exercise would be to bend the knees and hips at 90 degree angles while performing a sit-up, while a more difficult (level 3) ab exercise could be a double straight leg raise during the sit-up. The rectus is stimulated by coming straight up and down while the overlapping obliques require a trunk twist. You can employ an “abdominal brace”, or holding the stomach muscles firmly as if someone is going to punch you in the stomach, in any position or activity during the day.

You can strengthen the LOW BACK extensor muscles using a number of effective exercises including (but not limited to) the “bird-dog” (kneeling on “all-fours”) straightening the opposite arm and leg separately (Level 1) and then simultaneously and switching back and forth (Level 2). Level 3 could be longer hold times, drawing a square with the hand and foot, or increasing the repetitions.

Another low back strengthener is called the “Superman”, which requires laying on the stomach (prone) initially lifting one arm and then the opposite leg separately (Level I); then opposite limbs at the same time (Level 2); and finally raising both arms and legs simultaneously (Level 3). Placing a roll under the pelvis/abdomen can make it more comfortable.

You can strengthen the SIDES OF THE CORE, or lateral trunk stabilizers, using a side-bridge or plank (laying on the side propped up between the elbow and feet, with the hips up and off the floor). Level 1 could be a six-second hold from the knees, Level 2 a six-second hold from the feet, and Level 3 could be a twelve-second hold between the elbow/forearm and feet. A modification could include slow repetitions of lowering the pelvis to the floor and back up. Mix it up!

There are MANY more exercises, but these should keep you going for a while! Remember, stay within “reasonable pain boundaries” that you define, release each exercise SLOWLY, and most importantly, have fun!
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Have You Tried These Movements Before Considering Shoulder Surgery?

If you suffer from shoulder pain, here are some exercises you can do at home that really work to improve flexibility and strength. Just remember to ALWAYS stay within reasonable pain boundaries and work BOTH sides of your body, NOT just the injured shoulder!

For flexibility, start with the “Codman” Pendulum exercise. Stand or sit and lean forward so that your arm can swing like the pendulum of a clock while holding a light weight (2-5 lbs, or .9-2.26 kg initially). Move the weight in a clockwise, counter-clockwise, left-to-right, and/or forward-backward ALLOWING the shoulder to RELAX. DO NOT shrug your shoulder upward—let the shoulder go. This is usually comfortable and therefore can be done MANY times a day!

Another great beginning exercise is the Finger Wall-Walk. Stand in front of a wall and slowly walk your fingers up a wall staying within a comfortable range. Go slow and repeat several times. As you improve, rotate your trunk or stand with your body 45º, 60º, and later, 90º to the wall.

To perform the Crossover Arm Stretch, relax your shoulders and gently pull your arm across your chest using the uninvolved arm/hand to assist in the movement. Hold for up to 30 seconds and repeat with the other arm.

The Passive Internal Rotation (stick behind the back) and External Rotation (stick in front) requires a broomstick held parallel to the floor. Grip the stick with both hands held shoulder width apart and allow one arm to move the relaxed arm inward and outward. Do this as two separate exercises. Hold the end-range for up to 30 seconds each, repeat one to three times, as tolerated.

For Strengthening, the use of Thera-Tube or Band works well when anchored into the hinged side of a door. Pretend you are standing on a clock (12, 3, 6, and 9 o’clock positions) and SLOWLY pull and release the tubing three times in each of the four “clock positions,” ALWAYS staying in the pain-free range.

Your “ultimate guide” for advancing in reps, sets, and type of exercise is the comfort factor – AVOID sharp, lancinating painful movements/exercises or those that leave you sore for more than 24-48 hours afterwards. Track your recovery time after exercising to determine safety.
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