What Are Secondary Conditions?

Once structural dysfunction is present and disrupting the spinal cord and spinal nerves exiting the vertebral column, it can create many secondary conditions (or symptoms). The reason they are referred to as secondary conditions is because they are the result of a primary condition, such as structural dysfunction. The location of the specific dysfunctional segment and where the nerves are being disrupted and irritated will give us an idea about your secondary conditions. Some of these may include:

Jacksonville Chiropractor

ADD / ADHD

Allergies

Arm Pain (Upper & Lower)

Arthritis

Asthma

Asymmetry (Ex: Low Shoulder)

Bed Wetting

Blood Pressure (High & Low)

Bone Spurs

Breech Baby

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Cervical Myelopathy

Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative Joint Disease

Digestive Problems (Ex: IBS)

Disc Herniation/Pinched Nerve

Dizziness/Vertigo

Ear Infections (Children)

Fatigue (Chronic)

Fevers

Fibromyalgia

Frequent Colds

Headaches (Ex: Tension-Type)

Hip Pain

Infant Colic

Joint Pain

Leg Pain (Upper & Lower)

Low Back Pain

Mid-Back Pain

Migraines

Muscular Pain

Neck Pain

Numbness/Tingling (Hands & Feet)

Nerve Impingement Syndrome

Posture Related Issues

Pregnancy Back Pain

Sciatica

Scoliosis

Shoulder Pain

Spinal Canal Stenosis

Sinus Problems

Sleeping Problems

Strength Related Problems

Tendinitis

Tennis Elbow

Torticollis (Infants)

TMJ Syndrome

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome