Head, Face, and Neck


Whiplash is a painful neck injury that occurs from the sudden back-and-forth movement that can result in a strain or sprain of the neck. More info >>



A concussion is a traumatic brain injury that can have lasting cognitive, emotional, and physical effects if not diagnosed or treated correctly. Concussions can happen to anyone, but are most common in contact sports and traumatic events (car accident, fall, etc.) More info >>

Tension Headache

Tension headaches are headaches caused by tightness in the muscles of your head and neck, often due to mental/emotional stress, poor posture, desk work, or after a traumatic head/neck injury. More info >>

Facet Joint Dysfunction

Facet joints are small joints between your vertebrae that run along the outside of your spine.  Facet joint dysfunction can occur when a small piece of connective tissue between the joints gets pinched or folded, resulting in a “locked” facet.  It can also be caused by age-related degeneration of the cartilage that covers those joints.  Facet dysfunction is most common in the neck, but can occur at any level of the spine. More info >>