Chiropractic is a drug-free form of alternative medicine focused primarily on adjusting the musculoskeletal system when it becomes misaligned due to occupational and/or recreational wear and tear and/or injury. Following the belief that these misalignments effect general health due to the direct relationship between the spine and the nervous system, when the manual adjustments used in chiropractic are performed, specifically spinal manipulation therapy, coupled with the manipulations of joints and surrounding soft tissues, the structure of the entire body is put back into its ideal baseline, and the body’s structures are all allowed the freedom from shortened muscles and constricted fascia that the original skeletal misalignment caused.
Chiropractic Services in 2018 offer a spectrum of treatments, customized to the specific needs of each individual client. These include classic chiropractic manipulations as well as myofascial release, deep tissue massage, contrast, sound and mechanical therapy as well as decompression and unwinding methodology. Dr. David J. Lewis and Bayview Chiropractic offer all of these services, for a variety of acute and chronic diagnoses requiring pain alleviation and control as well as services specifically targeted to the following structural maladies:
If you have ever experienced the debilitation of knee pain, only to be told there is nothing for it but to take painkillers and rest, then you understand the frustration many people feel as they search for an alternative that will offer them relief, resolution and a better quality of life than “living” with painful and mobility limiting knee problems that occur with every step you take. Read More
Back pain in general, and specifically lower back pain can often be traced back to spinal compression and misalignment issues. After a thorough physical examination, palpitation and check for possible limits of mobility, along with a verbal discussion about events and activities that could have acerbated acute or chronic back pain, an initial course of spinal manipulation will be established in chiropractic service. Read More
The neck, also known as the cervical spine is located at the base of the skull and includes 7 vertebrae. This delicate structure manages to support the full weight of your head (on average 12 pounds) while maintaining the fluidity and flexibility that allows you to move your head in practically any direction you choose! Is it any wonder, then, that necks tend to become strained or injured at the least provocation…, Read More