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Manhattan Kansas Chiropractor

Techniques for Advanced Healing and Pain Management

Nichols Chiropractic combines chiropractic with the latest manual therapy techniques and functional medicine to bring you better health and an enhanced quality of life. Through chiropractic care and rehabilitation treatments, our Manhattan chiropractor provides pain relief for back pain, neck pain, sciatica, headaches and migraines, car accident injury and sports injury. Pain management and healing are our goals. We strive to give you effective pain relief and help you heal quickly without the use of invasive procedures.

Our clinic not only houses the most innovative equipment and technology in chiropractic care but also utilizes traditional acupuncture techniques to further enhance your healing potential. You will receive quality care from our chiropractors and staff who are genuinely concerned with your health and well-being. Our chiropractic services include manipulation therapy, instrument adjusting and advanced spinal correction utilizing the latest physical medicine techniques including iTracTM extension traction therapy, ART methods and Kinesio Tape protocols.

Manual chiropractic adjustments assist in realignment of the spine which helps restore range of motion and mobility while boosting the immune and digestive systems to get your body functioning properly from the inside out. Chiropractic adjustments help alleviate musculoskeletal pain including back pain and neck pain that often results from a car accident injury or sports injury. Manual adjustments combined with acupuncture are effective for headaches and migraines.

iTracTM Therapy is an advanced system used for restoring lost cervical curvature and correcting forward head posture. Our Manhattan chiropractor uses the modern technology of iTracTM extension traction therapy to treat headaches, migraines, neck pain and TMJ disorders. Since forward head posture increases stress and strain on your muscles, ligaments and discs in your neck, iTracTM Therapy effectively restores normal posture to your head and back, which in turn alleviates back pain, neck pain, headaches, migraines and TMJ disorders.

Active Release Therapy Used in Chiropractic Treatment for Sports Injury Care

The patented soft tissue system/movement based massage technique called ART (Active Release Techniques) treats problems with muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. Our Manhattan chiropractor uses ART therapy to treat headaches and migraines, back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, knee problems and tennis elbow. ART is especially effective for your sports injury since it focuses on preventative care and also, treats overuse injuries. Every ART session is a combination of examination and treatment. Our chiropractor examines the injury and then decides on the treatment method. ART treatments may change with each session in order to effectively cater to your individual needs. This treatment is definitely not a cookie cutter technique.

While our clinic features new, state-of-the-art technologies and treatments, we also provide general chiropractic care treatments such as adjustments, traction therapy, soft tissue therapy, physiotherapy, spinal and posture screenings, nutritional counseling and lifestyle advice.

Our Manhattan chiropractor believes in the "whole body approach" and this philosophy leans toward changing unhealthy habits and focusing on overall body wellness. Your treatment plan not only includes pain management, rehabilitation and chiropractic care, but you will receive nutritional counseling and lifestyle advice that will assist you in achieving optimal health. When your body is in top condition, it is better equipped to resist injury. Visit our chiropractic clinic today for a full consultation and let us help you stay pain-free.

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Jarrod Nichols
Manhattan Chiropractor | Nichols Chiropractic | (785) 537-2211

2749 Pembrook Place
Manhattan, KS 66502

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 PM

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "Without the headaches and back aches dragging me down, I've been able to get more accomplished and to feel better at the end of the day than I have in literally years. That is miracle number three. I have found a precious jewel in Nichols Chiropractic. I tell all my friends about them, and I intend to be a loyal patient for a very long time. I thank the Lord for sending me in this direction."
    T.S Manhattan, KS
  • "I went through three months of adjustments and traction that began in January of 2006. I am now pain free 95% of the time, and have Chiropractic treatments nearly once a month to ensure I stay that way. My admiration, gratitude and thankfulness to Dr. Nichols and his staff will be never ending."
    G.W Manhattan, KS
  • "I experienced a 95% improvement in my low back pain after the first adjustment. I would recommend Nichols Chiropractic to anyone looking for low back pain relief."
    M.O. Manhattan- Manhattan, KS

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