Entire Musculoskeletal System

Lakeland Chiropractic Clinic focuses on the dynamic relationship of the entire musculoskeletal system and looks at each condition from a global perspective. Some of the more common conditions that occur throughout the body include:

Muscle Strains

Muscle strains can occur in any muscle and region of the body and are a result of an overstretching of the involved muscle fibers. >> Learn more

Ligament Sprains

A ligament is a band of connective tissue that connects bone to other bones to form a joint. They act as mechanical reinforcements both allowing mobility and stability while preventing unwanted ranges of motion. >> Learn more

Nerve Entrapments/Irritation

Nerve entrapments can occur in various nerves throughout the body. Some of the more common locations include Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in the wrist, Sciatic nerve entrapment, Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome, Piriformis Syndrome, Pronator Teres Syndrome and Cubital Tunnel Syndrome. >> Learn more


A tendon is a tough band of fibrous connective tissue that connects muscle to bone throughout the entire body. Tendonitis refers to inflammation of the tendon due to acute or chronic injury. >> Learn more

Overuse Injuries (repetitive strain, cumulative trauma disorders)

Overuse injuries are common in all walks of life. When tissue, muscles, and joints are overused or overworked injury can prevail.  This can be the result of overtraining, chronic bad posture, or performing repetitive motions. >> Learn more

Osteoarthritis/Degenerative Joint Disease/Arthritis

Some degree of degenerative change occurs with age and it can be a normal process. However, there are varying degrees of degenerative changes and not all have to cause pain and discomfort. >> Learn more

Post-Surgical Rehabilitation

Following surgery, the injured and surrounding tissues need a progressive rehabilitation program designed to target its weaknesses and inhibitions. It is necessary for the injured tissues to be strengthened. >> Learn more