Welcome to Nexus Chiropractic!
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Nexus Chiropractic has been serving Vancouver, surrounding Clark County areas, and the surrounding Portland metro area since 2005. The team at Nexus Chiropractic are dedicated to Chiropractic and lifestyle solutions to target your unique needs related to structural abnormalities in the spine and nervous system, in order to allow your body to work at its highest capacity. We are focused on NeuroStructural Corrective care. We use specific indicators to analyze and identify the primary structural shift. To better understand how we are different from traditional chiropractic explore our site by using the links below.
We are proud to serve patients ranging from newborns, competitive elite athletes to the elderly with our unique and well-rounded approach that provides a complete and comprehensive solution to their health challenges. If you would like some more information, please call our staff, or use our website to find out if Structural Chiropractic care is right for you and your loved ones.
-Allergies and Asthma
-Arm or leg pain
-Degenerative Disc Disease
A Structural Shift may present during our NeuroSpinal Examination in many forms. It may be seen as a large shift (i.e. a head that sits forward from its normal position) or perhaps a single vertebra of the spine may be shifted and is tender upon palpation. Other areas, such as an ankle, could have old scar tissue in it from when you rolled your ankle while playing soccer as a youth, or perhaps your child has developed a tight muscle in their hip area due to a fall on their butt. These abnormally healed tissues may be causing chronic Structural Shifts, which are going to cause Secondary conditions elsewhere in the body due to imbalances and compensations.
If you would like to find out if we can help you or your child, please call us at 360-944-1800 and ask for a Complimentary Consultation. This is a conversation, not a sales pitch. There is nothing given away, and nothing expected.