Dr. Timothy Howard

Dr. Howard is a chiropractor that provides care for people with back pain, neck pain, sports injuries, sciatica pain, and injuries due to motor vehicle collisions. Dr. Howard at a Glance Dr. Howard is certified in Crash Traumatology from the Croft Institute, specializes in Diversified/Full Spine Technique, and offers an exercise and rehabilitation program for soft tissue injuries. He is committed to helping patients experience lasting relief.
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Why More Millennials are Opting for Chiropractic Care Instead of Traditional Medicine

Millennials value their health and they want natural methods of healthcare.

In particular, chiropractic care.

However, when you look at the benefits that chiropractic care provides, it's clear why millennials are choosing it.

It is cleaner and more effective.

It's holistic and doesn’t treat every patient the same, something millennials feel strongly about.

Why else is the millennial generation pulling away from drugs and traditional healthcare?

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Is Chiropractic Treatment Safe? Are There Risks?

There have been numerous studies that have proven chiropractic care to be a successful primary therapy for neuromusculoskeletal conditions, back pain, neck pain, headaches, and joint pain just to name a few. 

Chiropractic care is also widely used as a complementary form of health care for numerous conditions and diseases and also to promote overall health. 

Naturally, like anything else, there are some small risks associated with chiropractic treatment.

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My Back was Injured in a Car Accident, What Should I Do?

If you have been in a car accident, one of the first steps you should take is to seek out proper medical treatment. 

Many injuries that are sustained in car accidents do not show symptoms for some time after the crash.

By the time that you feel the pain from your injuries, more serious damage could have occurred that would have otherwise been preventable.

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What Is A Soft Tissue Injury?

A soft tissue injury is any injury to a ligament, muscle, or tendon.

These “soft” areas of the body typically become injured after undergoing some trauma, such as a car accident, or another type of personal injury accident.

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What Doctor Should I See After A Sports Injury?

If you have sustained a sports injury, seeking chiropractic treatment is your best option. Sport-Injury Chiropractors understand the demand athletes put on their body. It is easy for joints, tendons, ligaments, and muscles too often suffer from strains, sprains, and tears due to the long hours of training athletes put in daily.

Benefits of Seeing a Sport-Injury Chiropractor 

Chiropractic doctors are experts in helping injured or damaged body parts return to their natural functioning abilities. They specialize in restoring and enhancing joint function, which will allow athletes to perform to the best of their physical abilities.

Spinal adjustments and physical therapy help strengthen muscles and tissue surrounding the impacted joints. Overall, chiropractic care for athletes will resolve joint pain and inflammation reducing aches, soreness, and any discomfort.


Why See a Chiropractic Doctor Instead of a Traditional Physician?

Even the best physicians do not have enough daily experience with treating athlete's injuries. Their broad practice areas put them at a disadvantage for treating sports related injuries. Specialized training and ample experience is often a must to adequately practice sports medicine and rehabilitation.

Most people think of back and neck pain specialists when they hear the term “chiropractor,” but sport injury chiropractors are specially trained to diagnose problems within the neuromusculoskeletal system of athletes.


Visit the Chiropractor Before an Injury Occurs 

The best way to prevent a sports-related injury from even happening is by proactively visiting your chiropractor on a regular basis. Regular adjustments can keep your body loose and perfectly aligned. Continuous treatment can maximize performance and help prevent sports-related injuries like these;

  • sprains
  • strains
  • fractures
  • breaks
  • dislocations
  • subluxations
  • soft tissue damage

If you have suffered a sports-related injury, contact Arrowhead Clinic today. Our chiropractic doctors have over 40 years of experience and specialize in sports injuries. To make a full recovery, it is important to seek treatment as soon as an injury occurs if not before an injury occurs.

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How to Prevent Common Sports Injuries?

How Can Chiropractic Care Prevent Sports-Related Injuries?

Being proactive and precautionary is the best way to remain safe, protect your body, and stay in the game. Chiropractic Care can prevent sports-related injuries from happening by correcting any imbalances and adjusting the spine and muscles in preparation for the game or exercise.

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Chiropractic Treatment: 7 Most Common Sports Injuries

Warm weather is finally here! Lacing up our running shoes and exploring the great outdoors has been long overdue. Whether you’re spending long hours sitting at a desk, laboring in the outdoor elements, or behind a wheel of a vehicle at 5 o’clock, when the weekend hits many of us enjoy a game of catch with the kids, a bike ride through the park, a couple of rounds on the green, or heading to the park's basketball court for a pick-up game.

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How Can a Chiropractor Fix Low Back Pain?

There are infinite ways to acquire Low Back Pain, some as intense as downhill racing, and some as simple as lifting a bucket. Back pain will put a serious toll on your health if left untreatedIf you experience this, a Chiropractor who specializes in Low Back Pain can help. Current evidence suggests that 70% of adults endure some back pain during their life.

Here are the 5 most common causes of back pain.

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How Long Will I Be Sore After A Car Accident?

Car Accidents are over in seconds, but the ramifications of the impact can last for days or even years if the injuries are not treated soon enough.

People can experience different levels of pain after an auto accident.  It's important that no matter how good you may feel, that you are examined by a medical professional.

There are over 4 million emergency room visits reported each year following Car Accidents.

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Neck Pain and Its Main Causes

It is reported that 80% of people in the US at some point in their lives will experience severe Neck Pain. What we are looking into today are common causes of Neck Pain and how some of our Chiropractic patients have been affected.

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