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Chiropractor in Oakland, FL

Florida Chiropractic Association

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Florida Chiropractic Association
Chiropractic is an approach to health care that relies on the body's inherent and natural recuperative powers -- a healing science that places emphasis on maintaining the structural integrity of the body -- a method of healing treatment that is conservative and that does not use drugs or surgery.

Chiropractic is the second largest of the three primary health care provider segments in the United States. In order of size, based on the number of practitioners and public use, they are the medical, chiropractic and osteopathic branches of the healing arts. The chiropractic approach to human health is based on the premise that the relationship between structure and function in the human body is a significant health factor and that relationships between the spinal column and the nervous system contribute to the disease process.
A doctor of chiropractic (D.C.) is a physician who considers man an integrated being but gives special attention to spinal mechanics, musculoskeletal, neurological, vascular and nutritional relationships.

A chiropractic physician is considered a primary health care provider, and as such a portal of entry to our health care delivery system. The practice of chiropractic is the utilization of the relationship between the musculoskeletal structures of the body, the spinal column and the nervous system, in the restoration and maintenance of health, in connection with which patient care is conducted with due regard to first aid, hygienic, nutritional and rehabilitative procedure and the specific vertebral adjustment and the manipulation of articulations and adjacent tissues of the body. The chiropractic physician offers a natural, drugless, and non-surgical approach to health care and readily refers to the allopathic (M.D.) physician when drugs or surgery are indicated.

Through their education, D.C.'s are qualified to treat a large variety of health problems. They do this non-invasively, i.e. without the use of drugs or surgery. As chiropractic has developed, many practitioners have chosen to specialize in treating certain types of disorders of the human body. Many chiropractors limit their practices to treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. Others treat neurogenic disorders and the neurophysiological components of many varied conditions via body mechanics. Some chiropractors concentrate on finding and correcting vertebral subluxations only. Many practitioners provide immediate crisis care only, while others specialize in treating and rehabilitating chronic or degenerative disorders. Chiropractic treatment of sports injuries is on the rise, and, in fact, many doctors are team physicians for various sports at the amateur, professional and Olympic levels.

Chiropractic physicians, by virtue of their education, are qualified to evaluate permanent impairment and disability, as well as render a professional opinion regarding permanency of that impairment or disability
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The primary function of the Florida Chiropractic Association is for the protection and welfare of its individual members, regardless of philosophy, as well as education of the public concerning the chiropractic profession.

The Florida Chiropractic Association advocates the position that chiropractic is a distinct and separate healing arts science.

Chiropractic in a non-combative principle and practice consisting of the science of the adjustment, manipulation and treatment of the human body in which vertebral subluxations are adjusted, manipulated or treated, thus improving neurological integrity and biomechanical physiology.

The Florida Chiropractic Association supports the statutory authority of the individual practitioner to examine, analyze and or diagnose the human living body and its diseases by any method taught by an accredited chiropractic college and use any other method of examination or therapeutics taught by any accredited chiropractic college for which the practitioner holds Florida Department of Health licensure/certification.

The Florida Chiropractic Association is not affiliated with any other state or national organization; however, the FCA does encourage its members to be a member of a national organization of his or her own personal choice. The Florida Chiropractic Association further believes that individual practitioner's use of any and all procedures herein described should be entirely up to that individual, based on his own philosophy of practice.
Practice Areas
 Chiropractic  Knee Pain
 Accidents and Injuries  Massage Therapy
 Acute and Chronic Pain  Neck Pain / Whiplash
 Arthritis  Nerve Pain / Sciatica
 Back Pain  Numbness / Tingling in Arms or Feet
 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome  Online / Video Consultation
 COVID-19 Related Issues  Pinched Nerves
 Disc Herniation  Posture / Balance Problems
 Fibromyalgia  Repetitive Stress Injuries
 Foot and Ankle Injuries  Scoliosis
 Headache  Shoulder / Arm / Elbow Pain
 Hip Pain  Spinal Decompression
 Jaw Pain / TMJ Disorders  Sports Injuries
 Joint Pain  Upper Cervical Chiropractic
Certifications
 Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.)  Licensed Chiropractor (State)
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Location
30 Remington Rd. Ste. #1
OaklandFL 34787
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