Chiropractic Defined


Chiropractic was founded in 1895 by Daniel D. Palmer as an alternative health care discipline to medical practice. The word "chiropractic" is derived from Greek, meaning "done by hand."


Chiropractic education consists of a minimum of two years of university study in pre-med sciences, followed by four years of full time chiropractic school. Chiropractic colleges are recognized and accredited by the U.S. Council on Chiropractic Education (C.C.E.). The curriculum is similar to that of medical school, except in chiropractic the emphasis is placed on the structural and functional analysis of the spine/extremities and corrective adjusting techniques, while in medicine the emphasis is placed on the analysis of body chemistry and pharmaceutical (drug) interventions.


To become a licensed doctor of chiropractic after graduation from a Chiropractic College, the Chiropractic State Board Exams and National Board exams must be taken and passed.


There are many benefits from receiving chiropractic care, for example: pain relief, restored freedom of movement, performance enhancement, correction of the underlying problem, return to work and recreational activities, prevention of spinal decay and improved overall health.


Beyond traditional Chiropractic techniques, Dr. Law also incorporates the following techniques into her practice:

Active Release Technique®

Physiotherapy and Nutrition


Excellent Care


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The Genie Rub Master Massager is used prior to chiropractic treatments to loosen up tight muscles and to enhance circulation to the spine and surrounding tissues for a better adjustment. Cervical adjustments using the Diversified method. Extremely helpful in the treatment of headaches and TMJD. Kids need Chiropractic care too!
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On the field management and diagnosis of acute injuries. A diversified neck adjustment to increase mobility of the cervical spine and to free up any nerve impingements. This is a diversified chiropractic move that is one of several techniques that Dr. Law can use.