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Aches and pains can be very bothersome, and they can have a variety of causes. We will develop a program of care that may combine more than one type of treatment, depending on your personal needs. In addition to subluxation, the treatment plan may include mobilization, massage or rehabilitative exercises.
Aches and pains can be very bothersome, and they can have a variety of causes. We will develop a program of care that may combine more than one type of treatment, depending on your personal needs. In addition to subluxation, the treatment plan may include mobilization, massage or rehabilitative exercises.

Dr Egan is trained to treat the entire neuromusculoskeletal system and can provide treatment and advice on sports training and injury prevention to athletes.
Dr Egan is trained to treat the entire neuromusculoskeletal system and can provide treatment and advice on sports training and injury prevention to athletes.

If you've had an accident (car accident, work accident, or any other type of mishap) that is causing you pain, Dr. Egan can develop a custom treatment plan to help you to regain your musculoskeletal health and well-being.
If you've had an accident (car accident, work accident, or any other type of mishap) that is causing you pain, Dr. Egan can develop a custom treatment plan to help you to regain your musculoskeletal health and well-being.

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Do I have a Slipped Disk?

Discs are known as the "shock absorbers" of the spine and are made up of a fibrous outer ring and a jelly-like center. Commonly, a variety of disc problems throughout the spine may be referred to as a "slipped disc." A disc cannot actually slip because of the way it attaches into the bones above and below. Discs can tear, decay, bulge, or dehydrate, all of which can be serious problems. However, discs cannot slip.

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