Dr. Warwick embraces the holistic philosophy toward healing and so will employ a comprehensive approach toward diagnosing, treating, and healing your illness or injury.
His practice, Warwick Chiropractic & Massage, is located 8650 Martin Way E Ste 207 Lacey, WA 98516 just South of Seattle-Tacoma Airport (Sea-Tac) near the Capital City of Olympia WA.
If you suffer from Back or Neck Pain don’t wait, please call (360) 951-4504 or visit us online at https://DrDavidWarwick.com for an appointment. Get to Lacey Olympia WA and get the relief you deserve.
Poor Sitting Posture & Low Back Pain
One of the most common problems associated with low back pain is caused by poor sitting posture. Treatment for this is normally straight forward and the solution to the problem is also generally simple.
Discover more about how poor sitting posture creates low back pain in this informative podcast by Dr David Warwick DC.
Chiropractic Care For Headaches & Neck Pain
Chiropractic treatments is an extremely powerful way of helping reduce neck pain and headaches.
Many headaches are caused by the cervical area through tension and often a simple adjustment or two can go a long way to helping reduce them.
Check out Dr David Warwick DC going into more depth in what this entails and how chiropractic care can help.
Manual Therapy For Knee Pain
While back pain remains the number one condition chiropractors treat, we also treat other joints in the body, including the knees.
In this podcast, Dr David Warwick DC looks at manual therapy for the knees and what is involved,
Check it out.
Chiro Care For Whiplash
Whiplash can occur at very low speeds in an auto accident, even as slow as 7mph. Untreated whiplash injuries can turn into chronic pain many months after an accident and so it's important to be assessed and treated early after any accident.
Dr Warwick of Warwick Chiropractic in Lacey explains the process for chiropractic care for whiplash injuries.
Reducing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome In The Office
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a condition that occurs when the median nerve is compressed or restricted as it passes through the wrist.
Because repetitive wrist and hand motions can inflame the tissues in the wrist and place pressure on the median nerve, workers in jobs that require such movements—such as those seated at a computer workstation all day—tend to have an elevated risk for the condition.
That said, what can be done to minimize the risk?
The shoulder joint is really four joints—glenohumeral, scapulothoracic, acromioclavicular, and sternoclavicular—that all work in a coordinated manner to maneuver the upper arm.
The shoulder blade, or the scapula, is an important player in normal shoulder movement because important muscles and related tissues are anchored in this bone.
However, an issue with the scapula is easy to miss when diagnosing a patient seeking care for shoulder pain.