Redding Chiropractor Churn Creek Chiropractic Specializes in Treating Pinched Nerves With Customized Techniques

REDDING, Calif., Jan. 10, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Churn Creek Chiropractic is now assisting clients who suffer from spinal subluxations using a range of innovative treatments. Spinal subluxations, commonly known as "pinched nerves,” can cause a range of physical effects depending upon their exact location in the spine. Redding chiropractic patients are now getting the focused help they need from the professionals at Churn Creek Chiropractic through the range of treatments offered.

Spinal subluxations (pinched nerves) interfere with proper nerve function in the spine, causing disruptions in the nervous system as a whole. For example, subluxations in the cervical (upper) spine can cause conditions like migraines, high blood pressure, insomnia, dizziness, fatigue, sinus issues and other head and neck issues.

Pinched nerves in the thoracic, or middle region of the spine, can lead to lung issues, liver conditions, kidney problems, poor circulation and stomach and digestive issues. Subluxations in the lower, thicker part of the spine (the lumbar region) can result in bowel issues, hernias, menstrual problems in women, urinary issues, reproductive conditions and problems with the legs and feet. Pinched nerves in the lowest part of the spine – the sacrum area – can cause pain and other issues in the buttocks and/or hips.

The spine is the core of the nervous system and is central in regulating the adjacent systems in the body. The spine and nervous system literally coordinate and control every organ within the body down to the cellular level. If this important system is out of balance, a range of health problems can occur. Pinched nerves can lead to very serious ripple effects in overall health in addition to the pain and discomfort that subluxations themselves can cause.

Churn Creek Chiropractic offers a range of treatments and solutions that can address spinal subluxations at their core. The spinal column is addressed directly so that secondary conditions in the organs and tissues can be resolved and/or prevented. Services offered at Churn Creek Chiropractic to help treat these conditions include Diversified, Gonstead, Palmer, Manual and Flexion Distraction. “At Churn Creek Chiropractic, we take a ‘whole body approach’,” explains Dr. Donovan Hutchings. “Each client is unique, and each case of spinal subluxations can be very different. Because of this, we draw from a range of techniques to make sure treatment plans are always customized to each individual.”

Churn Creek Chiropractic is located in Suite C at 3749 Churn Creek Road in Redding, California. They service the cities of Redding, Centerville, Bella Vista, Happy Valley, Anderson and the surrounding Shasta County region. Office hours are available Monday through Friday.

The public can learn more about receiving help for pinched nerves or other back, neck and spinal issues by contacting Churn Creek Chiropractic at (530) 221-4991. They may also visit the Churn Creek Chiropractic website online.

Churn Creek Chiropractic, (530) 221-4991

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