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United Chiropractic | Chiropractor | Clarksville TN


OUR TEAM

At United Chiropractic in Clarksville, TN Montgomery County we recognize that your choice of physician is driven both by the doctor's competency and personality. Whether you are a Veteran at Fort Campbell, a person with personal injury, or just someone who desires to maintain optimal health, United Chiropractic is here to assist you.Our experienced, understanding and supportive staff works together as a team to be sure we are responsive to your personal needs and keep you informed about your health issues. We look forward to getting to know you.

Dr. James Davis

Chiropractic Physician
 I have proudly served the Clarksville, TN community as a chiropractor for over 25 years. Chiropractic care is my passion & helping you is my main concern.

Ashlie Murray

 Receptionist
I handle the front office duties, including welcoming all of our
patients and scheduling your appointments.

Miranda Volk

Billing Coordinator
I help our patients with all financial and insurance areas of treatment.
 I make it easy for anyone to
afford our services. 

Monica Dale

Chiropractic Therapy Assistant
I take care of your therapy needs such as, muscle stimulation,
decompression, ultrasound and light therapy.
LATEST NEWS

Read our blog to keep up with the latest news about chiropractic care in Clarksville, TN and Fort Campbell.
By Shirley Layer 12 Aug, 2017

Are you thinking about going to a chiropractor for your backache or neck pains in Clarksville, TN or Fort Campbell but aren’t sure whether it would really help? You’ve probably spoken with at least one skeptic claiming the entire practice is unnecessary or frivolous. 

Though chiropractic treatments still face this stigma, there is no denying the positive effects of chiropractic care that continue to be recorded in research and data. Patients who regularly receive treatments in a chiropractor’s office can expect an end to their pains as well as other major health benefits stemming from regular chiropractic adjustments and other services.

Fewer Headaches

Chiropractors may be the go-to experts for people suffering from back pain, but did you know some treatments can reduce headaches as well? Many patients enter a chiropractic practice hoping for relief from their migraines and tension headaches. Regular chiropractic adjustments can align the back, putting less stress on the neck and reducing the frequency and intensity of tension headaches altogether .

Sleep

Going to sleep with pain can create a vicious cycle of unrest. You may wake up with a crick in your neck, go to sleep with it that evening and the next day it’s even worse. Stop that cycle by receiving regular chiropractic care. With a monthly or bi-monthly adjustment, your nervous system will be better able to relax at night, putting you into a deeper and more restful sleep. Sleeping with a well-adjusted spine can also prevent pains when you wake up. Keep your spine and nervous system relaxed and aligned to prevent other sleep disorders in the future.

Blood Pressure

A little-known side effect of regular chiropractic appointments is blood pressure stabilization. By relaxing your muscles, spine and overall nervous system, your heart doesn’t have to work as hard to pump blood throughout your body. In fact, regular adjustments are proven to normalize blood pressure better than some blood pressure medications . Next time you find that your blood pressure is a little high, give chiropractic care a try.

Mental Wellness

Many people don’t realize how significant the impact of mental health is on how they physically feel. Mental conditions such as anxiety and depression can cause physical aches and pains as well as headaches or illnesses. The relaxation and feeling of physical wellness that comes from chiropractic care can actually help fight anxiety, depression and their physical symptoms . Regular adjustments aid in the release of “happy” hormones such as dopamine and norepinephrine while decreasing “negative” hormones like cortisol.

Addressing More Than Just Back Pain

Chiropractors aren’t just for back pains anymore! Regular chiropractic adjustments and other services provided in our office can improve your overall physical and mental health. To schedule an appointment, contact United Chiropractic  or call (931) 648-3000.

By Shirley Layer 28 Jun, 2017

Eighty percent of Americans experience one form of back pain or another during the course of their lives. More men over the age of 45 are disabled by back pain than any other condition. It is the third most common reason for surgeries. Because of this, people complaining of back pain cannot be easily diagnosed. This is because the spine is such an incredibly complex structure of bones, muscles, nerves, joints, tendons, and ligaments. Injury or disease affecting any one or more of these structures can often trigger an episode of pain.

Lower back pain is often caused by a muscle strain. The erector spine, or large paired muscles in the lower back that help keep your spine erect, can become inflamed and spasm. In more serious cases, the pain may be caused by a degenerative condition, such as arthritis, disc disease, or disc herniation.

A degenerative disc condition can sometimes cause a chain reaction of other events in your spine. When a disc is not in its proper place, or is malformed from disease or some other condition, it can allow additional undue pressure on other healthy structures, such as neighboring discs, nerves, muscles, joints, ligaments, and tendons.

Rest, ice or heat therapy, and over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medicine, such as aspirin, are often the first course of treatment for mild lower back pain. This allows your muscles to return to their normal position and begin to heal.

Because the thoracic spine is the sturdiest part of the spine, it is less prone to injury. That said, upper back pain, while less common than lower back pain, is often caused by irritation of the muscles or a problem with a joint. Other less common causes of upper back pain include herniated or degenerative discs.

However, rest for a sore back should be kept to no more than two weeks. Otherwise, the muscles in the lower back begin to atrophy and can become significantly weak, leaving you open to further undue pain and injury.

By Shirley Layer 28 Jun, 2017

The largest nerve in the human body may be responsible for one of the most common causes of leg pain. The sciatic nerve connects the spinal cord with the leg and foot muscles, and runs down both sides of the lumbar spine, through the buttock and back of the thigh, and down to the foot.

Many kinds of leg pain can be traced to problems with the sciatic nerve. Sciatica pain occurs when one or more of the spinal nerves become compressed. A disc herniation is often the culprit. Other causes include spondylolisthesis, spinal stenosis, and arthritis.

While the pain typically travels down, or radiates, along the sciatic nerve, it is often felt in the lower buttocks, the back of the leg, and even the bottom of the foot. Symptoms include numbness, tingling, and/or a burning or prickling sensation.

It is very important that you seek medical attention if you experience these kinds of symptoms, because long-term compression of the sciatic nerve can cause permanent damage. In addition, untreated sciatica nerve damage can cause such problems as loss of bladder and bowel control.

"Been seeing Dr. Davis for about 25 years now - always been treated like family, both by him and the staff. They really DO care !!!"

Donna Wade

Clarksville, TN
"I walked in for a consultation thinking I was just going to be asked a few question about and the doctor told me he was going to treat me and it's already made me feel so different I am very excited to go back and continue my treatment"

Joseph Herivaux

Clarksville, TN
“These doctors know what they're doing. I leave there feeling so much better when I see Dr. Davis. He asks lots of questions so he can better serve you, and I like that! If your experiencing any type of joint or neck pain go here.”

Cynthia House Nelson

Clarksville, TN
WORKING HOURS

MON, WED & FRI 8:00 AM – 6:00* PM

TUES & THUR    9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

SAT (App Only) 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

SUNDAY               Closed

*Closed from 12-2pm for lunch

CONTACT DETAILS
  (931) 648-3000
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