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Rindal Chiropractic is a full service chiropractor. (Near Me) Among people seeking back pain relief, most choose chiropractic treatment. About 22 million Americans visit chiropractors annually. Of these, 7.7 million, or 35%, are seeking relief from back pain from various causes, including acciden...

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People wanting back pain relief, most choose chiropractic treatment. We fix your annoying, frustrating #pain. Rindal Chiropractic is a full service chiropractor. You can have relief from your pain. So when looking for a chiropractor, chiropractic clinic, or chiropractors near me, Call now to make...

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People seeking back pain relief, most choose chiropractic treatment.
We fix your annoying, frustrating #pain.
Rindal Chiropractic is a full service chiropractor.
So when looking for a chiropractor, chiropractic clinic, or chiropractors near me, Call now to make an appointment, (360) 424-1066

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Rindal Chiropractic is a full service chiropractor.

Among people seeking back pain relief, most choose chiropractic treatment. About 22 million Americans visit chiropractors annually. Of these, 7.7 million, or 35%, are seeking relief from back pain from various causes, including accidents, spor...

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Rindal Chiropractic clinic provides modern, gentle, chiropractic care. Our goal is to help people be able to live their lives as healthy, pain free and functioning as possible. If you are looking for a chiropractor near me, call now to make an appointment.

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Services

Physical Impairment

  • Motor Vehicle Collision injuries

    Physical evaluation of collision injuries
  • Sports Injuries

  • On the Job Injuries, Workers Compensation

  • Custom Foot Orthotics

  • Wellness Care

  • Emergency Care

  • Spinal Care After Failed Spinal Surgery

  • Paralysis/Weakness correction

  • Birth Injury Spinal Care

  • Pediatric Spinal Care

  • Geriatric Spinal Care

  • Cervical Pillows

Onsite Evaluation

  • On site X-rays for the Spine and Extremities

  • Specific Gonstead Full Spine and Extremity Adjusting

  • Computerized Muscle Testing

  • DynaROM Texting, ROM Combined with Dynamic sEMG, my Myovision

  • Computerized Spinal ROM, by JTech

  • Spinal Temperature instrumentation

  • Nutritional Response Testing

  • Nutritional Counseling and Programs

  • Rehabilitation Exercise Department

  • Neuroemotional Counseling

  • Physical Impairment Ratings based on the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment


Testimonials

5 months ago
There is a reason Dr. Steve Rindal is the number one Gonstead Chiropractor in the USA. I call him the miracle man. He was able to end the pain in my lower back. The pain in my shoulder and numbness down to my hand.He did it in a few short visits. If you want your pain to go away call Dr. Steve Rindal and make a appointment. You will discover why I call him the miracle man.
- Paul F
a year ago
Tracy is super thorough. Really great experience going to Rindall Chiropractor. I’ve never needed to use chiropractic services so I was skeptical about seeing one but she turned what could’ve possibly been a negative experience into a positive one. Thanks Tracy!
- GLORIA C
a year ago
- Braden A

Chiropractic Pain Specialist

 The list below is representative of some of the conditions our patients present:
  • Disabling Neck and Back Pain
  • Radiating Pain Into Extremities
  • Disc Ruptures and Degeneration
  • Prior Spinal Fractures and Surgeries
  • Sports & Extremity Injuries
  • Auto Accident Injuries
  • On The Job Injuries - with Spanish Interpreters available
  • Arthritis
  • Sugar Handling Issues
  • Chronic and Problem Cases
  • Pregnancy
  • TMJ Syndrome
  The very detailed Gonstead System of spinal analysis, adjusting technic and case management is the type of Chiropractic Care that this clinic uses. Specific Gonstead spinal adjustments of the full spine and pelvis are given only where and when they are needed.  The goal is to find the primary subluxations.
These will produce compensations as the body strives to reestablish balance both front to back and side to side. Ultimately these compensation areas may break down at these abnormal spinal stress points and cause secondary, even tertiary problems to develop. There is a gravity produced domino effect to balance the spine.
These areas often are more symptomatic than the area of the primary subluxation and are the typical areas of chronic pain, muscle tension and.
The body is trying hard to stabilize the misaligned spine. Patients with this compensatory condition so often are treated for temporary relief by drugs or massage. By correcting the primary subluxation that caused them to be present in the first place the spasms are typically relieved or eliminated in a short time, often immediately.

We know that this is so by feeling the spasms in the area we are about to adjust and right after the adjustment the spasms are gone. We believe that the tight muscles are not the problem, rather they are the result of misaligned areas of the spine and muscles are forced to work hard to compensate.
There is one other common muscle factor found with spinal subluxations. That is a weakening or partial paralysis of muscles due to loss of normal nerve supply. Think of a dimmer switch on a light turned down. The current is reduced and the light dims. A vertebral subluxation can do the same if the motor (muscle) nerves are affected. In this case the normal, stronger muscle opposite the weakened one will pull the bone of an extremity joint or a vertebra towards it.
Then the strong muscle gets shorter and tighter as it pulls the area further out of balance and the patient feels this.
They will not feel the nerve interference to the muscle caused by the subluxation as the nerve’s impulse is coming out from the brain to the muscle. It is the sensory nerves from the body sending messages to the brain that gives us many different kinds of feelings.

We provide specific extremity adjustments where needed. They are also based on the Gonstead Method of care. They are any joint in the body other than the spine, except for the jaw and cranial joints. Extra-spinal is now the term the insurance companies use and it means that the jaw joints and all the cranial bone joints are included along with all those of the upper and lower limbs.
These areas are often injured by many types of strains, sprains, falls and vehicle collisions, just as is so with the spine. The results of these adjustments are usually very good. We realign the bones of the joint and/or restore the motor nerve supply to the muscles that move, balance and stabilize the bones of the affected joint. Many of these problems correct very quickly, and with dramatic results, but of course some don’t.
This is the same as with the spinal joints, but the spine is much more complicated than these other joints. Every patient is different. The variables are: age, degree of the injury, age of the injury, the patient’s nutritional state, body chemistry state, dietary habits, use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs, sometimes genetics, degree of fitness, levels of mental and physical stress, amount of physical work or sports load on the joint, body weight and amount of degeneration present in the joint.

However, the presence of arthritis with or without bone spurs or degeneration does not necessarily mean that progress won’t be made. Where there is life there is hope! The very detailed Gonstead System of spinal analysis, adjusting technic and case management is the type of Chiropractic Care that this clinic uses. Specific Gonstead spinal adjustments of the full spine and pelvis are given only where and when they are needed. 
The goal is to find the primary subluxations. These will produce compensations as the body strives to reestablish balance both front to back and side to side. Ultimately these compensation areas may break down at these abnormal spinal stress points and cause secondary, even tertiary problems to develop.
There is a gravity produced domino effect to balance the spine. These areas often are more symptomatic than the area of the primary subluxation and are the typical areas of chronic pain, muscle tension and. The body is trying hard to stabilize the misaligned spine.

Patients with this compensatory condition so often are treated for temporary relief by drugs or massage. By correcting the primary subluxation that caused them to be present in the first place the spasms are typically relieved or eliminated in a short time, often immediately.
We know that this is so by feeling the spasms in the area we are about to adjust and right after the adjustment the spasms are gone. We believe that the tight muscles are not the problem, rather they are the result of misaligned areas of the spine and muscles are forced to work hard to compensate.

There is one other common muscle factor found with spinal subluxations. That is a weakening or partial paralysis of muscles due to loss of normal nerve supply. Think of a dimmer switch on a light turned down. The current is reduced and the light dims. A vertebral subluxation can do the same if the motor (muscle) nerves are affected. In this case the normal, stronger muscle opposite the weakened one will pull the bone of an extremity joint or a vertebra towards it.
Then the strong muscle gets shorter and tighter as it pulls the area further out of balance and the patient feels this. They will not feel the nerve interference to the muscle caused by the subluxation as the nerve’s impulse is coming out from the brain to the muscle. It is the sensory nerves from the body sending messages to the brain that gives us many different kinds of feelings. We provide specific extremity adjustments where needed.
They are also based on the Gonstead Method of care. They are any joint in the body other than the spine, except for the jaw and cranial joints. Extra-spinal is now the term the insurance companies use and it means that the jaw joints and all the cranial bone joints are included along with all those of the upper and lower limbs.
These areas are often injured by many types of strains, sprains, falls and vehicle collisions, just as is so with the spine. The results of these adjustments are usually very good.

We realign the bones of the joint and/or restore the motor nerve supply to the muscles that move, balance and stabilize the bones of the affected joint. Many of these problems correct very quickly, and with dramatic results, but of course some don’t. This is the same as with the spinal joints, but the spine is much more complicated than these other joints. Every patient is different. The variables are: age, degree of the injury, age of the injury, the patient’s nutritional state, body chemistry state, dietary habits, use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs, sometimes genetics, degree of fitness, levels of mental and physical stress, amount of physical work or sports load on the joint, body weight and amount of degeneration present in the joint.
However, the presence of arthritis with or without bone spurs or degeneration does not necessarily mean that progress won’t be made.

Where there is life there is hope! Give us a call.

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929 East College Way
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
United States

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Mon:9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tue:3:00 – 6:00 PM
Wed:9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thu:9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Fri:9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sat:Closed
Sun:Closed
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