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The Leading Choice For
Drug-Free Pain Management

Atlas Total Health Chiropractic

Your First Choice For Drug-Free Pain Management

Ongoing pain can be debilitating and frustrating. It may interfere with sleep, work, activities, and the ability to enjoy quality time with friends and family. Our pain management chiropractors provide safe drug-free relief so you can enjoy life! Our treatment plans are built around each patient’s needs and are guided by the history, intensity, and duration of the pain, plus any aggravating and relieving conditions and structures involved in causing the pain. 

At Atlas Total Health Chiropractic, our success is measured not just by the treatments we provide but by the quality of life of each patient – one adjustment at a time.

Common Questions

To help patients manage pain, improve function, and enhance overall well-being, pain management chiropractors use a variety of techniques. Spinal adjustments, soft tissue therapy, rehabilitative exercises, and lifestyle counseling are common examples. Our chiropractors specialize in treating a variety of issues, such as:

  • Back, neck, and shoulder pain
  • Headaches
  • Sciatica
  • Hip and knee pain
  • Arthritis
  • Ongoing pain from old injuries

Chiropractic care provides drug-free, non-invasive treatments for pain management and emphasizes natural healing methods such as spinal adjustments, soft tissue therapy, and rehabilitative exercises.


Our chiropractors will develop individualized treatment plans tailored to each patient’s unique needs. To enable patients to enjoy a better quality of life, personalized pain management chiropractic care aims to alleviate discomfort, improve physical function, and enhance overall well-being.

Sometimes, the pain will persist and cannot be easily eradicated. It’s natural to feel worried, sad, or fearful when you are in pain. Here are some suggestions for how to handle persistent pain: 

  • Make your focus to improve your day-to-day function rather than to completely stop the pain.
  • Accept that your pain may not go away and that flare-ups may occur. Talk to yourself gently through these times and give yourself grace.
  • Find out as much as you can about your condition so that you don’t worry unnecessarily.
  • Enlist the support of family and friends. Let them know what support you need; find ways to stay in touch.
  • Take steps to prevent or ease depression through steps such as talking to friends or professionals.
  • Don’t increase your pain medicines without talking to your doctor or pharmacist first. Increasing your dose may not help your pain and could cause you harm.
  • Consult a pain management doctor whenever the pain attacks.