A typical treatment at Heartland Chiropractic Associates combines Full Body Chiropractic Care, Physiotherapy and Massage. As a result, Heartland Chiropractic Associates is extremely effective and efficient when treating myofascial and neuromusculoskeletal injuries. This enables our patients’ faster and long-term health benefits.

Conditions treated at HCA

  • Neck Pain
  • Headaches
  • Radiating Pain into the arms or Legs
  • Numbness in the Hands or Feet
  • Mid Back Pain
  • Radiating Rib pain with Inspiration
  • Prenatal Back Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Low back Pain
  • Sports injuries of the shoulder, arm, wrist, elbow, hip, leg, knee, ankle and foot
  • Repetitive Stress Injuries
  • Carpal Tunnel
  • Work Related Injuries
  • Automobile Accident Injuries
  • Rotator Cuff Syndrome

Full Body Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic in simple terms means “effective use of the hands”. Our treatment methods include removing the Vertebral Subluxation Complex and other fixations found at all the joints of the musculoskeletal system. We also focus and encourage active patient lifestyle, by addressing joint fixations in the extremities as well as in the spine.

We utilize a wide range of treatments when delivering this type of health care. This is a mixture of techniques, both at the spine and the extremities. We have learned that the diversified approach allows us to customize treatments for the best results for each patient rather that universally perform one particular method of care.

Techniques include:

  • Diversified
  • Gonstead
  • Thompson
  • Palmer Package
  • Activator
  • Graston Technique


Physiotherapies are modalities applied to an area of complaint to reduce the muscle spasm and swelling in an area, increase joint mobility and reduce pain sensation.

Physiotherapies include:

  • Electric Muscle Stimulation
  • Mechanical Traction
  • Ultrasound
  • Ice
  • Heat
  • Soft Tissue Mobilization

This modality is used when soft tissues, muscles and connective tissue, have adhesions built up within them. These adhesions are sometimes called “Trigger Points”. Certain techniques are used to “break up” the adhesions and allow the muscle and fascia to function normally. Sometimes Soft Tissue Mobilization can mimic a massage.