X-Ray and MRI Services

At Davis Chiropractic, we are committed to providing the highest level of care to our valued patients, who we consider family. To achieve this, we believe in utilizing cutting-edge technology and advanced diagnostics to diagnose and create custom treatment plans that address your unique needs. When appropriate, we may recommend the use of MRI, X-ray, or other labwork to ensure accurate assessments and deliver the best possible outcomes for your health.

Why Might You Need an MRI?

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive and highly effective imaging technique that allows us to see detailed images of your internal structures. MRI is particularly valuable when we suspect more complex issues involving soft tissues, such as muscles, ligaments, tendons, and spinal discs. It helps us identify:

  1. Herniated Discs: An MRI can reveal any herniated or bulging discs that may be causing nerve compression and resulting in pain or other symptoms.

  2. Soft Tissue Injuries: If you've experienced a recent injury or trauma, an MRI can help us identify soft tissue damage, such as sprains or tears.

  3. Nerve Compression: MRI allows us to pinpoint areas of nerve compression, which is crucial for understanding the source of your pain or neurological symptoms.

  4. Tumors or Abnormalities: In rare cases, an MRI can help identify tumors, infections, or other abnormalities that may be affecting your health.

X-rays are a common diagnostic tool used in chiropractic care. They provide valuable information about your skeletal system and help us assess bone health and alignment. We may suggest X-rays to:

  1. Assess Spinal Alignment: X-rays provide a clear view of your spine, enabling us to evaluate any misalignments or subluxations.

  2. Rule Out Fractures: If you've experienced an injury or accident, X-rays can help us determine if any fractures or dislocations have occurred.

  3. Monitor Progress: For patients undergoing chiropractic adjustments or other treatments, X-rays can be used to track improvements in spinal alignment and overall health.

  4. Identify Degenerative Changes: X-rays can reveal signs of degenerative conditions, such as osteoarthritis, which may be contributing to your symptoms.

The Role of Labwork in Chiropractic Care

In some cases, laboratory tests may be recommended to gain a comprehensive understanding of your health. Whether you are needing labwork for a chiropractic issue, have been asked by another doctor for updated labs, or just wanting to get an overall picture of your health, we can help!

Chiropracticly speaking, blood tests and other labwork can help us:

  1. Rule Out Systemic Conditions: Blood tests can detect various health issues, allowing us to ensure that chiropractic care is safe and appropriate for your specific needs.

  2. Evaluate Inflammation: Elevated levels of inflammation markers may indicate underlying conditions contributing to your pain or discomfort.

  3. Assess Nutritional Status: Labwork can help identify any nutritional deficiencies that could be impacting your overall health and well-being.

Rest assured that any diagnostic tests recommended by Dr. John Davis are carefully considered and tailored to your individual needs. Our primary goal is to provide you with a personalized and effective treatment plan that promotes your well-being and helps you achieve long-term health and wellness.

If you have any questions about these diagnostic procedures or would like to schedule a consultation, please don't hesitate to call. We look forward to partnering with you on your journey to optimal health!