What are Secondary Conditions?


Secondary Conditions are our body’s warning signs that something isn't right. Any time you have a secondary condition, it is important to ask why that symptom has occurred. At our practice, we will determine whether you have a Neuro-Structural Shift; and whether or not it may be causing your secondary conditions.

Below is a list of some of the more common secondary conditions that we see here in the practice.


    •  Tinnitis
    •  Migraine Headaches
    •  Muscle Spasm
    •  Low Back Pain
    •  Mid-Back Pain
    •  Muscular Imbalance
    •  Neck Pain
    •  Numbness and Tingling (Arms/Hands)
    •  Nerve Impingement Syndrome
(Pinched Nerve)
    •  Posture-Related Issues (Including Poor Appearance)
    •  Shoulder Pain
    •  Spinal Canal Stenosis
    •  Strength-Related Issues (Decreased Grip Strength)
    •  Tendinitis

    •  ADD/ADHD
    •  Arm Pain (Upper   & Lower)
    •  Asymmetry           (Ex: low Shoulder)
    •  Blood Pressure
(High and  Low)
    •  Bone Spurs
    •  Carpal Tunnel       Syndrome
    •  Cervical               Myelopathy
    •  Degenerative       Disc Disease
    •  Degenerative       Joint Disease
    •  Digestive Conditions
    •  Disc Herniation/
Pinched Nerves
    •  Dizziness
    •  Chronic Fatigue
    •  Fibromyalgia
    •  Tennis Elbow
    •  Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
    •  TMJ