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Conditions Treated at Your Santa Rosa Chiropractor

Our Santa Rosa chiropractor, Dr. Kyle Yoder, is dedicated to providing long-term relief for every patient. Whether you're recovering from an accident injury or experiencing mysterious, recurring pain, Dr. Kyle and the rest of our chiropractic team will work hard to customize an effective chiropractic treatment plan for you. We are happy to serve Sebastopol, Windsor, Rohnert Park, Bennett Valley & surrounding areas.

Schedule an appointment today if you're currently living with any of the following conditions or symptoms.

Back and Neck Pain

Instead of treating the symptoms at the surface, we work hard to understand the causes of your neck or back pain. Your muscles may be damaged by a long-term condition or sudden injury, or simply tense because of anxiety. Our Santa Rosa chiropractor, Dr. Kyle Yoder, is committed to addressing your unique symptoms with comprehensive chiropractic solutions, such as spinal manipulation to treat chronic lower back pain and correct disc alignment problems. We also treat both acute and from degenerative arthritis.

Headaches

Migraines and tension headaches respond well to chiropractic treatment, because the majority of them are caused by muscle tension in the neck. We help relieve tension and inflammation in your neck, scalp, and upper back with nutritional advice and spinal manipulations.

Arm and Leg Pain

Do you have radiating pain or numbness in your arms and legs? Your chiropractic treatment options will depend on your particular symptoms. For example, if sciatica causes a shooting pain down one or both of your legs, we may use ice and heat or spinal manipulations to relieve pressure on your sciatic nerve. If you have a herniated disc, chiropractic solutions include therapy to improve your posture or lifting techniques and chiropractic manipulations to reduce inflammation and relieve pressure on your nerves.

Auto Accident Injuries

Whiplash, recurring headaches, stiff neck, and nerve damage are all symptoms of accident injuries, but the full extent of your nerve or muscle damage may not be obvious until five or more years after the accident. We treat accident injuries immediately after the collision, but we also help detect and reverse degenerative changes that cause long-term symptoms.

Sports Injuries

We treat pulled hamstrings, tennis elbow, sprained ankles, rotator cuff tears, and even arthritis caused by athletic activity. Your pain may be a long-term symptom of repetitive stress to certain joints or nerves, or the result of sudden damage during an event. We use spinal manipulations and physical therapy to reduce inflammation and pressure on your nerves, allowing your injuries to heal and symptoms to subside.

Work Injuries

Some on-the-job injuries are caused by sudden accidents, but others are repetitive, recurring forms of damage related to your daily job duties. Whether you have carpal tunnel syndrome from a sedentary office job or lower back pain from lifting heavy boxes, we will find the right chiropractic treatment plan to get you back to work and prevent further complications.

At Dr. Kyle Chiropractic Center, we're proud to help patients manage symptoms and prevent complications by tackling the root causes of their problems. Call (707) 527-7100 today to request an appointment with our talented Santa Rosa chiropractor. Your first consultation is always free.

Conditions Treated

  • Disc Alignment, and narrowing discs
  • Joint Pain
  • Tendonitis
  • Spinal Degeneration
  • Sciatica (pain down the leg coming from the lower back)
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Whiplash (people often develop pain 5 years or more post Whiplash due to degenerative changes brought on that take this long to manifest in symptoms)
  • Neck Pain
  • Stiff Neck
  • Car Accident or Work Injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Hip pain
  • Pulled hamstrings
  • Radiating Arm and Leg Pain or Numbing....
  • A “red flag” that a nerve is compromised
  • Sprained Ankles
  • Rotator Cuff Tendonitis and Tears
  • Tennis Elbow

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:30 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:15 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:15 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:45 pm

Thursday:

By Appointment

By Appointment

Friday:

7:30 am-1:00 pm

3:00 pm-6:45 pm

Saturday:

By Appointment

By Appointment

Sunday:

By Appointment

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Well, I owe a lot to Dr. Kyle... I am pain free and did not have to risk a spinal surgery. Thank you"
    Naomi W.

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