Structural Corrective Chiropractic care that is Patient-Centered, Science-Based, and Results Driven.
Dr. Erin McFerson
Dr. Erin McFerson is here to help you on the road to health & wellness.
Discover how Chiropractic has helped others battling with injury, soreness and poor health.
Structural Correction vs. Traditional Chiropractic
Traditional Chiropractic care has the following goals:
- Decrease muscle spasm
- Increase range of motion
- Reduce pain.
Most chiropractors have been doing this for a long time, and I believe most of them are great at what they do. However, we believe the more traditional methods fall under the umbrella of symptom management.
Structural Chiropractors look at the spine from an engineering standpoint. After working with patients, not only do we want them to feel better and experience and increased quality of life, we want them to actually be able to see the changes we’ve made.
We measure everything objectively, not relying on touch and feel, to locate and correct structural abnormalities in the spine. By using these objective measures in our comprehensive evaluation of the spine, we can locate the primary cause of a patient’s symptoms and deliver lasting corrections.
We understand our services may not be right for everyone, however, for those tired of searching for relief and finding only short term solutions, Structural Chiropractic might be right for you. After correcting any structural abnormalities we find, we will teach you how to keep it that way through customized recommendations designed for your spine, so that the problem doesn’t return.
Complimentary Structural Chiropractic Consultation
In our office, a consultation is a conversation, not a commitment. Whether you’ve been to traditional chiropractors in the past and want to learn more about Structural Chiropractic, or you have no history of chiropractic care, the consultation will give you a chance to sit down with the doctor and see if McFerson Chiropractic is a good fit for your needs.
Please fill out the form below and Dr. Erin will contact you and schedule your consultation. While there is no obligation to do so, we also block off enough time in the event that you would like to proceed with an examination after the consultation.
You can also call our office at 612-564-5511 to schedule or ask questions.