Chiropractic and Spinal Rehabilitation
Physical Therapy Modalities
Supervised Spinal Exercise
Patient Care Hours: 9 am – 6 pm (Closed on Thursdays) Scheduling: 208.376.3111 | Fax: 208.376.3175 | Email: email@example.com
Common Conditions We See
Back and neck pain, and headaches are the most common conditions that patient present to our office. we evaluate and provide treatment options. We provide injury care for auto accident injuries and work related injuries. Daily stress, lifestyle, tension, overexertion, and repetitive activities can result in a dysfunction of the spinal column joints causing nerve irritation.
Dr. Herb Oliver provides experienced chiropractic injury care and management of auto accident injuries and industrial accidents. Traumatic injuries often result in overstretching of joints, ligaments, muscle, tendons and nerve tissue. Patients with traumatic injuries have special needs since they can be dealing with inflammation, pain and restricted motion. Dr. Herb Oliver offers the training and experience necessary to provide you care throughout the different phases of chiropractic management. Dr. Herb Oliver remains aware of the medical-legal concerns that a traumatically injured patient may encounter. Dr. Oliver documents every aspect of your evaluation and treatment which allows his opinion to be supported by treatment notations and reports.
The Chiropractic Difference
We provide detailed examination of the spine to evaluate structure and spinal function. This is what makes chiropractic different from other health care procedures. Chiropractic physician are skilled at detecting and locating subluxation and joint dysfunction. We especially become interested in those joints which are associated with inflammation, spasm and restriction.
Our Chiropractic Philosophy includes:
- a patient-centered, hands-on approach focused on restoration of spinal and physical function
- emphasis on patient recuperative abilities and the intimate relationship of the nervous system
- balancing benefits versus risks of clinical interventions
- monitoring clinical progress closely through appropriate outcome assessment procedures
- understanding the cause of illness in order to eliminate it, rather than simply treat symptoms
- focus on early intervention emphasizing timely diagnosis and treatment of conditions that are wholly functional and reversible