Dr Johnson has successfully treated thousands of patients in Conyers, GA for over 25 years. He is a graduate of Life University and has studied many different chiropractic techniques. He uses specific techniques based on your unique needs. Dr. Johnson will perform and very thorough chiropractic examination and take x-rays if needed to properly diagnose your spinal or joint condition. Dr Johnson most commonly uses the following techniques: Diversified, Thompson or drop table and manual and instrument techniques.

We always offer the most state of the art equipment and if you prefer instrument adjustments, we are one of the few clinics that offer “The Pro-Adjuster” and “The Miracle Wave” for highly advanced and quick long last results for the treatment of various back, neck and joint pain.

What is chiropractic care?

Chiropractic care focuses on how your spine and joints interact with your body’s central nervous system. Specifically, chiropractors are concerned with how misalignments in the body’s musculoskeletal structure, specifically within the spine, can be a root cause of several different conditions and illnesses. Chiropractic care primarily involves spinal manipulation techniques (either manually with the hands, or with computerized instruments) to help provide proper alignment in patients’ musculoskeletal structure, whether that consists of the spine or other joints in your body. At Multi-Care Holistic Health Center we also offer instrument adjustments using “The Pro-Adjuster” Both techniques can be an excellent alternative to surgery or long-term pain medication.

What symptoms does a chiropractor treat?

Because the spine and nervous system interact with the entire body, the pain symptoms that a chiropractor is qualified to treat are diverse and far-reaching! Whether it is your neck, shoulders, knees, or toes that are bothering you, a chiropractor will most likely be able to provide excellent treatment. Our chiropractor, Dr. Johnson, DC, sees patients with symptoms and conditions such as:

– Ankle pain
– Arthritis related conditions
– Degenerative disc disease
– Herniated discs
– Hip pain
– Joint pain or stiffness
– Knee pain
– Migraine headaches
– Myofascial pain
– Neck pain and stiffness
– Numbness or tingling in a particular area
– Pain in your extremities, including your arms, legs, hands, or feet
– Sciatica
– Shoulder pain
– Osteoarthritis
– Sports injuries
– Upper, middle, and lower back pain
– Whiplash

How often should you see a chiropractor?

Depending on the type and degree of the symptoms you are experiencing, the frequency with which you should see a chiropractor will vary. While some individuals may only require one chiropractic session for symptom relief, most patients require multiple appointments before they experience proper alignment and relief from their pain. Moreover, regular appointments to see a chiropractor can help you maintain correct musculoskeletal alignment for long-term relief from pain symptoms. For some, weekly treatment sessions might provide the greatest benefits. On the other hand, other patients may only need monthly appointments to experience satisfactory relief. When you come to Multi-Care for chiropractic care, a history, examination and x-rays (if needed) will allow our board-certified chiropractors to determine if we can help and treatment recommendations in advance so you will know what type of treatment program would be best for you.

If you have ever wanted to try chiropractic, but were afraid of the treatment, the “Pro-Adjuster” is your answer.

Call today for a free consultation to see if The Pro-Adjuster is right for you.

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Dr. Johnson Changed My Life!

"After seeing an array of specialists and being diagnosed with Temporomandibular Disorder, I had almost accepted that I would have continuous pain.

Dr. Johnson changed my life! He adjusted my jaw and I could feel blood rush to my head and my ear canal opened. I was amazing the relief that I felt immediately.

My jaw was able to fall into its normal position and I fel the rush of oxygen that was now able to get into my head.

That one adjustment opened and aligned more in my body than I knew was wrong."

-Amelia H.