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Conditions Treated Include, but are not Limited To:

Pain:
Back, neck or joint pain
Headaches of all types, including tension and migraine
Auto accidents
Shoulder pain
Sports injuries
Arm or leg pain
Post-herpetic neuralgia (persistent pain after Shingles)
Personal Injury
Plantar Fasciitis (heel/foot pain)
Tennis Elbow
Golfer’s Elbow
Adjunctive Cancer-related pain
Arthritic pain

Infants and Children:
Colic or reflux
Ear infections
Congestion from colds or allergies
Autism
Pervasive Developmental Delay
Plagiocephaly (misshapen heads)

Women:
Pregnancy pain
Menstrual pain

Congestion:
Ear congestion
Sinus congestion
Lymphedema

Nerve impingement:
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Tarsal tunnel syndrome
Spinal nerve impingement (spinal radiculopathy)
Disc herniations

Neurological conditions:
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Post-CVA (stroke)
ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)

Work-related injuries:
Repetitive Stress (Overuse) Syndromes
Forearm pain
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Tarsal tunnel syndrome
Rotator cuff injuries
Tennis Elbow
Golfer’s Elbow
Ligament Laxity
Joint Laxity



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Douglas J. Jorgensen, D.O.

Charles G. Landry, D.O.

Michael A. Landrum, D.O.

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TREATMENT TECHNIQUES

High Velocity-Low Amplitude

Muscle Energy

Counterstrain

Balanced Ligamentous or Membranous tension

Cranial Technique

INJECTION TECHNIQUES

Joint Injections

Tendon & Ligament Injections

Trigger Point Injections

Dry Needling

Facet Blocks

Prolotherapy