Pain Relief

The American College of Physicians and the Journal of the American Medical Association believe chiropractic care and spinal manipulation should be the first line of defense when it comes to treating lower back pain.

Mental Health

Everything we experience is processed through our nerve system. When our perception of the world is distorted by nerve interference, it compromises out ability to respond appropriately. Not only does this compromise our physical help but it also impairs our psychological and emotional health.


According to a chiropractic and medical collaborative study, 75% of pregnant patients who received chiropractic care during their pregnancies stated that they found relief from pain. This study also indicated that this treatment helped decrease the incidence of “back labor”, and 31% shorter labor time.


Childhood can be a very traumatic time on our bodies as they are growing at such an accelerated rate. As kids learn to walk and run, they will take plenty of tumbles some which could shift the child’s musculoskeletal system that sets the state for the subluxation. Correcting these issues when the child is still young can be critical to their health.

Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care has helped millions of people discover the means by which to improve the function of their body, relieve pain, and unlock a healthier lifestyle that doesn’t involve the use of harmful medications. What chiropractic care focuses on specifically is the spine. The spine and the central nervous system actually serve a function in virtually every part of your body, so when your spine is compressed or not functioning properly health issues can appear in any number of places. With that said, regular chiropractic adjustments and, in some cases therapeutic massage, can help relieve a wide variety of health issues.

Pain Relief

Reduce Cronic or Reoccuring Pain Throughout Your Body

Our lives are filled with activities that put a strain on our bodies, whether it be exercise, sports, a prior auto accident, a physical job, or just bad posture. The pain that you are likely to feel in your neck, back, and shoulders is an indicator of a much deeper issue in your spine such as, Spinal Compression. Our bodies use pain as a way to alert us if something is wrong, but in the case of the spine pain may only start to become unbearable when the problem has been happening for months or even years. You can negate the vast majority of issues that arise with regular chiropractic care and adjustments.

Mental Health

Improving the Overall Functioning of Your Mind

Chiropractic care employs a holistic approach to healthcare which encompasses every part of the body. If you are experiencing the debilitating symptoms of mental health issues such as depression and anxiety, then regular chiropractic care may be able to help. With the use of diet, supplements, and adjustments chiropractic care has been shown to over time help with a host of mental health-related symptoms. Some of the most common symptoms associated with depression and anxiety are high blood pressure, lack of sleep, headaches and the release of harmful hormones.


Ease the Pain Generated From Pregnancy

One of the most taxing things a woman’s body can go through is pregnancy. Throughout the process, there is a myriad of discomforts that may affect your sleep, spinal alignment, and pelvic alignment. Keeping these issues in check before they are allowed to grow into major discomforts is paramount to ensuring a smooth pregnancy and eventual delivery. All chiropractors are trained to work with pregnant women, but there are some who specialize in pre and postnatal care. Our chiropractors have special tables installed and use techniques that keep pressure off of the abdomen and allow them to target specific problem areas.

Chiropractic Care for Children

Resolve Issues Before They Start

Even though it is most common for adults to take part in regular chiropractic care, there are a number of health benefits for children as well. Often, during our child’s early years we are at the pediatrician’s office to ensure that they are growing as expected and not exhibiting any health issues. While that pediatrician is trained to work with children, their approach often hinges on the use of medications to respond to illness. Chiropractors use a holistic approach that includes diet and supplements to treat your child’s body as a whole, instead of treating individual symptoms. Regular chiropractic care in children has also been shown to help with sleep, growing pains, digestion issues, headaches, and sports injuries.

What People Are Saying

We care about your health and it shows

Anita S. from Campbell, CA

Dr. Josh started adjusting me when I was pregnant and I am firm believer it is why I had a smooth, 3 push delivery. I have a high stress job and carry a lot of that stress in my back and often struggle with migraines. After an adjustment with Dr. Josh, I feel immediate relief in my back, hold better posture, I sleep better and when I am consistent with my adjustments it definitely helps keep the migraines away.

Meghan K. from Austell, GA

My experiences with Dr. Sam and his team at LifeGiving Chiropractic has been nothing short of excellent. He’s been friendly, motivating and efficient at each visit. My migraines are gone because of my regular adjustments!!

Tina V. from Campbell, CA

After 2 visits, we decided to take care of our health under his hands. And with just the first adjustment, my husband never felt the back pain anymore.

Thomas K. from Austell, GA

Having two serious back injuries the first when I was 18, Visiting a Chiropractor is nothing new. But the key is to find one you feel comfortable with, get results from and is working towards a goal of health. With Dr. Sam and his crew at 100% you have just that!

Get Your Questions Answered

Do You Have a Question? Check Out Some of Our Frequently Asked Questions About Chiropractic Care

What Does Chiropractic Care Do?

There can be a lot of misconceptions floating around about what chiropractic care does and what it entails. Some people don’t realize that sound medical science is behind chiropractic care. They may scoff at what a chiropractor can offer to individuals facing health problems and generally healthy individuals, such as athletes. Chiropractic care can be beneficial for pain relief, healing after an injury, useful for some medical conditions like headaches, stress relief, inflammation, and other uses. Chiropractic care typically involves the adjustment of a person’s spinal cord to help with these conditions. These adjustments help to improve the alignment of the spinal cord and other parts of the body. They are intended to enhance the motion of the spine and how a body functions physically. Chiropractic care is often used in conjunction with other treatment regimens, such as nutrition counseling, massage, and other treatments for overall healing.

Why Is Chiropractic Care Important?

Chiropractic care is vital in healthcare, especially for individuals with chronic pain, injuries, and some health conditions. Numerous benefits come from receiving regular chiropractic care. For example, a person suffering from even a minor injury to their back or spine can have their body altered over time when dealing with the pain from the damage and how they adjust to moving with it. In addition, chiropractic adjustments provide full-body wellness as the spinal cord is so intertwined with the body’s different systems. Therefore, your spine’s health is vital to your overall health, from the nervous system to the immune system and beyond. In fact, they have found that in some cases, people could avoid surgery for their health conditions due to receiving chiropractic adjustments where surgery would have been the treatment recommended without the chiropractic treatment. These benefits include pain relief and can also be beneficial for improved posture, better endurance, enhanced function, stress relief, and improvements in athletic performance.

How Often Should You Go to A Chiropractor?

As with most medical treatments, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer to this question. Your overall health, the reason you’re seeking chiropractic care, the treatment plan your chiropractor determines, and how you’re responding to the treatment can all influence how often you need to be seen. In some cases, you may find that you are recommended to go in for adjustments several times a week when you first start seeing your chiropractor. However, after time goes by and you begin to heal, you may only need to be seen once a week. Once you’ve seen some results in your condition, you may be recommended to go in just once or twice a month to help maintain your results. The best way to learn more about what your options are when you start to see a chiropractor is to contact our LifeGiving Chiropractic office and schedule an initial consultation.

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