Chiropractic care can help you to reduce pain, improve movement, and get you back to your daily activities. Feel and perform your best with the help of chiropractic care!
Is chiropractic right for you? Chiropractic treatments involve far more than just spinal adjustments. Dr. Ceara Higgins will listen to your concerns, do a thorough assessment to help diagnose your injury. Treatments can include a combination of chiropractic adjustments, soft tissue therapy, acupuncture, rehabilitation exercise, and more to provide you with the best possible care for your individual needs. Dr. Ceara Higgins treats back pain, neck pain, headaches, pre- and post-natal pain, and much more. Book your initial assessment today!
How does chiropractic benefit you?
Improve mobility and reduce pain
Pain and tension can evolve from chronic movement patterns, acute accidents and injuries and as a result of daily activities. Chiropractic care is more than spinal adjustments. It can help you with joint alignment, posture and muscle changes and improve your body’s overall mechanics to move more freely and with ease.
Manage head neck and jaw pain
Neck, jaw and migraine pain can stop you in your tracks. Chiropractic care can help with posture and joint alignment that can relieve many of the symptoms which can cause chronic and debilitating pain.
Reduce the discomforts of pregnancy
Every pregnancy is different — with pain and discomfort found in a variety of spots around mom’s body. Help stay mobile and aligned and reduce muscle tension with regular chiropractic treatments during and post pregnancy.
Dr. Ceara Higgins, DC
Chiropractor & Acupuncturist
Dr. Ceara Higgins is trained in a variety of adjustment techniques, soft tissue, and taping techniques. She is committed to update her knowledge continuously and gain new skills in chiropractic. She is also a certified pre- and post natal pelvic floor trainer through Bellies Inc. She strives to provide excellent care to suit her patient’s individual needs. Dr. Higgins has a wellness focus and evaluates patient’s overall health and well-being in order to provide treatment to help her patients work toward their optimal health.