Whole Body Health

Spinal Chiropractic Care



Chiropractic doctors practice natural, drugless, non-invasive health care and rely on the body’s ability to self-heal. Sounds ideal, but just how does it work?

Like other spinal-care providers, we follow a standard routine to gain information about the patient. We consult, review the case history, conduct a physical examination, and we may request laboratory analyses and/or x-rays.

Unlike other health-care providers, however, our chiropractic physicians also conduct a careful analysis of the patient’s structure and pay particular attention to the spine. We also ask you about your life— Do you eat well? Exercise at all? How do you deal with stress? Do you have children? What do you do for work? And so on.

Optimal Spine Protection

Applied Kinesiology

The muscles are the main sources of support for the spine and the joints of the body. However, if there are problems with the spine, the muscles can be negatively affected. An Applied Kinesiologist, or a muscle testing doctor, can assess which muscles are causing the problems and help adjust you so that your body’s muscles will work properly again.

Dr. Ulery does best on this, evaluating your functional illness, which typically precedes the onset of disease. Applied kinesiology involves testing the muscles using acupuncture and other reflex points to determine what or where a patient is out of balance.

Enhance Function


By mimicking the qualities of human skin, Kinesiotape can provide proven, comfortable treatment to patients of any age or condition. Kinesiotape enhances muscular, joint, and circulatory function and can be applied and worn 24 hours per day, 3-5 days.

Relieves pain
Increases motion
Decreases spasm
Increases strength
Improves biomechanics
Improves alignment
Reduces muscle guarding & pain

Must Try

Cold Laser Therapy

Low-Level Cold Laser (LLCL) recently gained FDA approval for the non-surgical treatment of neck and shoulder complaints and is widely used in the NFL and by the USPS Tour de France team chiropractor. Low-level lasers therapy can penetrate deeply into the skin and work by restoring this abnormal cellular function.

It can reduce pain, inflammation, and swelling which can accelerate the healing process while strengthening damaged tissue. Physiologic effects include improved metabolism, circulation, and tissue healing. For more information on this form of therapy visit Laser Research.

Best for those with:

  • Arthritis
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Chronic or acute pain
  • Disc herniations
  • Fractures
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Heavy metal detoxification
  • Migraines
  • Minor nerve damage
  • Minor nerve damage
  • Post-operative wounds
  • Scar tissue
  • Sprain-strains
  • Tendonitis
  • Wound healing

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