What Makes us Unique?

Here at Edling Chiropractic we treat people with not only traditional Chiropractic care we have the expertise to treat people neurologically and metabolically. Dr. Edling has spent thousands of hours studying and learning how to treat people with metabolic and neurological disorders such as diabetes, hypothyroidism, peripheral neuropathy, an array of auto-immune disorders, balance and movement disorders. He has spent the last two years studying under Dr. Datis Khararriazian who wrote the best seller “Why do I still have Thyroid symptoms when my lab tests are normal”. Dr. Edling has learned how to properly care for these patients and get amazingly improved function in quality of life for these people. Dr. Edling also provides true non-surgical spinal decompression for people with disc disorders, stenosis, spondylolitheses, and chronic back pain disorders. Dr. Edling has cold laser therapy to help people heal faster. Dr. Edling uses oxygen for many of his patients who have metabolic and neurological disorders. Oxygen is fuel for the brain and is a necessity for good brain function. Dr. Edling is an avid athlete and is Certified Sports Chiropractic Practitioner. He treats many athletes from youth sports, high school, to weekend warriors and has treated 2 Olympic athletes for acute injuries to keeping athletes at their peak performance. Dr. Edling is also a certified youth conditioning coach from the International Youth Coaching Association.

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