Do You Suffer from any of these Symptoms?

Numbness - Sharp Pain - headaches - BAd Balance

Back pain - Neck Pain - Shoulder Pain - Wrist pain

Hip pain - knee Pain - foot pain - Elbow pain

Dizziness - vertigo - Joint pain - fatigue

Bulging disc - Burning Pain - Aching

Scoliosis - difficulty walking

Vestibular problems

If You Have Any of These Symptoms,

Call to Schedule a Consult Today!

Dr. Daniel Hanson

D.C. D.A.C.N.B.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Month


March is brain injury awareness month, and we believe it is important to be aware of these conditions, while offering ways we can help the symptoms of those dealing with this life debilitating problem. Dr Hanson has over twenty two years of experience in functional neurology, and helping those struggling with prior injuries. He has seen how traumatic and difficult any sort of brain injury can be, and believes everyone should have the opportunity to seek help and learn more about TBI. Dr Hanson will be offering free consultations for the month of March to anyone who struggles with a brain injury or has symptoms that may be related.


Bad balance

Disc Pain

Neck Pain & Vestibular Imbalance

Back Pain & Immobility

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Vestibular problems

“I recently treated a patient with spinal, vestibular, cerebellar, brainstem, and cortical integration problems that developed after a traumatic whiplash injury. As you can see in the video, she was unable to stand with her feet together, eyes closed without falling back immediately and had no control of her balance when her eyes were closed. When there is trauma to the spine and neck, it can cause a disconnect between the muscle and joint receptors in the body and their input into the cerebellar, vestibular and cortical integration feedback loops. In her case, she manifested a deficit in her left posterior canal of her vestibular apparatus and the associated vestibular spinal reflex mechanism. The goal of treatment was to reintegrate communication of the neck and joint receptors with the cerebellar, vestibular and cortical feedback loops using functional neurological techniques and specific chiropractic neurology protocols.”

  • Dr Daniel Hanson D.C. D.A.C.N.B.

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Our chiropractic care and experienced massage therapy can help you get back to everyday life after unexpected events...

Vestibular conditions

Bad Balance

Neck Pain 

Back Pain

Shoulder Pain 

Knee & Hip Pain

Joint Pain

Numbness & Tingling

Headaches & Migraines


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Herniated Back

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post concussion treatment

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Whiplash Treatment

Ankle/Foot Injury

Carpal Tunnel

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About The American Chiropractic Neurology Board

The American Chiropractic Neurology Board is the sole specialty board in neurology recognized by the American Chiropractic Association (ACA). The ACNB’s Diplomate program has achieved accreditation by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA).

what is a Chiropractic Neurologist?

A chiropractic neurologist is a Doctor of Chiropractic or the equivalent that has taken 300 post-doctoral hours of coursework in functional neurology and passed the rigorous written and performance exams required for certification by the ACNB. We call these doctors Diplomates of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB). They use the patient’s body and environment to assess, diagnose and localize areas of dysfunction. The human body systems are constantly affecting the neurological system and being effected by the neurological system. Our doctors use this functional and holistic approach to target interventions specific to the location of the dysfunction.

The chiropractic neurologist uses the muscular skeletal system and the sensory systems as they interact with the neurological system to improve quality of life. They use a variety of treatment modalities including the technique of adjustment as well as other sensory-based modalities to bring about improvements in health.

Who tests and regulates chiropractic neurologists?

The American Chiropractic Neurology Board provides the testing and credentialing for chiropractic neurologists. “The Diplomate Program in Neurology Certification” awarded by the American Chiropractic Neurology Board is fully accredited by the National Commission for Certification Agencies (NCCA), the accreditation body of the National Organization of Competency Assurance (NOCA). The American Chiropractic Neurology Board is the only specialty certification agency for the Chiropractic Profession that is fully accredited by NCCA. NCCA’s standards exceed the requirements set forth by the American Psychological Association and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The National Organization for Competency Assurance is the leader in setting Quality Standards for Credentialing Organizations.”1

Why choose a chiropractic neurologist?

Chiropractic Neurologists are highly qualified specialists in the brain and nervous system. They have dedicated many years to study of these systems and are prepared to offer effective treatment options that do not involve the use of medications or surgery. If you or a loved one has a condition related in any way to the brain or nervous system, chiropractic neurology potentially provides a new avenue of hope for successful treatment.

DISCLAIMER: Patients results vary. Patients' testimonials are not to be interpreted as a universal statement on the effectiveness of our treatments for you. We do not claim that our treatments are appropriate or effective for everyone, therefore, we recommend scheduling a consultation so we may determine your individual treatment options for your betterment.