Mr. Eric Miller DC, Chiropractor

Mr. Eric Miller DC

Chiropractor | Sports Physician

9441 W 144th Pl Orland Park Illinois, 60462

About

Dr. Eric Miller is a Chiropractic physician practicing in Orland Park, Illinois. Dr. Miller specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating conditions associated with the neuromusculoskeletal system, while improving each patients functionality and quality of life. Conditions treated include sciatica, neck pain, and arthritis pain, among many others. Dr. Miller seeks to reduce pain and discomfort through manipulation and adjustment of the spine. Dr. Miller is the owner of a multi-disciplinary integrated health care center. The medical corporation employs physicians of different specialties such as an orthopedic surgeon, a family practice doctor, chiropractic physicians, a nurse practitioner, physical therapists and massage therapists. The practice uses a "Patient-centered, Team-approach" to delivering healthcare services.

Education and Training

National University of Health Science DC 1991

Board Certification

National Board of Chiropractic Examiners

Provider Details

Male English, Spanish
Mr. Eric Miller DC
Mr. Eric Miller DC's Expert Contributions
  • Can chiropractic care help bursitis in the shoulder?

    Yes. The physician must find the cause of the inflammation to the bursae. Often, there is a problem with impingement under the acromion of the scapulae. Stretching, mobilization, and manipulation of the shoulder and upper back should resolve your problem. I hope this information helps. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can chiropractic care help shoulder tendonitis?

    Yes. Chiropractic can help with shoulder problems like tendonitis. First, an examination should be performed to determine the actual cause of the tendonitis. Is it impingement syndrome causing inflammation to drop onto the biceps tendon? Is there muscular imbalance causing abnormal stress to the tendon? Are there abnormal motion patterns of the three joints associated with the shoulder? The cause needs to be addressed to fix the problem, otherwise symptoms are just being masked to return again and become a chronic problem. Find a good chiropractor and/or physical therapist to get this fixed. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Should I exercise with lower back pain?

    It really depends on what is causing your back pain. If the pain is more musculature in origin, light exercise and stretching is often helpful. If there is a slight misalignment in a lumbar or lumbosacral joint, then you must be more careful and correction of the misalignment would be best before agitating it with exercise. I hope the information helps. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Sharp upper back pain?

    This is a very common occurrence. You may have strained an upper back muscle during your workout or slept funny and produced a slight misalignment in the upper back causing the joint to be inflamed and the associated muscle to become tight. Try to stretch the affected muscles, ice the area and take some ibuprofen if you are okay with that to decrease some of the inflammation. Once the acute pain diminishes some, try to release the upper back vertebrae by either using a foam roller or place a soccer ball between your upper back and the back of a hard chair you are sitting in and push your back over the ball causing you upper back to extend over the ball. You may feel a few "cracks," that is good. It should calm down in a day or 2. If not, consult a local chiropractor and get some manipulation to ease the problem. I hope you feel better soon. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can a chiropractor harm your throat?

    I have been providing cervical manipulation to patients for over 30 years and have never had a complaint of soreness in the throat. Sometimes, after an adjustment, the neck may be a little sore from the stretch to the muscles or joints but not in the throat. I hope you find this info helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric MIller READ MORE

  • How does scoliosis affect the body?

    Scoliosis can have many different effects on the body depending on the number and severity of the curve(s). Scoliosis is defined as a spinal curvature that measures 15% or more. Cardiopulmonary complications may present in persons with curvatures greater than 45%. Often, surgery such as Harrington Rod placement or fusions are suggested if a patient is having Cardiac or Pulmonary complications. There are braces that can be helpful, but I have found that manipulation and physical therapy can be extremely helpful in less severe cases. With scoliotic curvature, there is increased stress in the spine at the apex of the curvatures and that may result in increased arthritic change and increased disc pathology at that area. Increased arthritic change and disc pathology can have an adverse effect on the nerves that exit between the effected vertebrae. At your younger age, it would be a great idea to seek the care of a good Chiropractic physician or an Orthopedic physician to recommend conservative care to help keep spinal flexibility and try to correct the spinal mechanics as much as possible. In general, Scoliosis will worsen 1-2 degrees each year unless something is done to correct it as much as possible. I hope this information helps you to make some good healthcare decisions. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can chiropractic care help with baby reflux?

    Sometimes it can. Have your baby checked with a D.C. that practices with pediatric patients. A thorough examination should be performed to determine the cause and if manipulation would be beneficial or if the proper referral would be necessary. I hope this info is helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can a chiropractor correct rounded shoulders?

    Absolutely. First, they would need to determine the cause of the rounded shoulders and address any biomechanical issues, then work in strengthening the upper back and stretching the pectoralis and anterior deltoid muscles. Restoring the normal cervical lordosis is also an essential part of restoring good posture. READ MORE

  • Can a chiropractor fix a forward head posture?

    Absolutely. Manipulation of the neck and upper back can be beneficial, but you will need to stretch the muscles on the front of the body like the scalenes, pecs and anyerior delts while you strengthen muscles on the back such as trapezius, rhomboids and posterior deltoids. Good luck. Correcting that problem will save you degenerative changes in the neck in the future. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Does seeing a chiropractor help TMJ?

    Hello, Not all chiropractors treat TMJ, however, many do. There is a fascial connection between the upper neck and TMJ. Balancing the muscles associated with mastication and jaw tracking can be very helpful. Night guards can be helpful if you grind your teeth at night. I hope this info is helpful. Good luck, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Should I see a chiropractor for neck pain?

    Absolutely. Most cases of neck pain respond very well to chiropractic treatment. If results are slow or if you have symptoms in your arms as well, an MRI would be helpful. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can your neck being out of alignment cause dizziness?

    Yes, it can. You should also have other issues such as low blood pressure, inner ear problems and vertigo checked out as well. Any good Chiropractor should be able to rule diagnose cause and get you to the appropriate specialist if it's more than a neck issue. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Should I go to a chiropractor for my neck pain?

    Absolutely. Chiropractic treatment is extremely effective for most causes of neck pain. Check reviews and find a good one. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Why does a chiropractor crack your back?

    If the Chiropractor detected a subtle misalignment or lack of motion in a vertebrae, that may be causing irritation to the joint and surrounding musculature, that may be causing pain. Manipulation of the joint (cracking it) can help to restore the normal alignment and/or motion to the affected joint. This is usually one of the most effective treatments of back pain. I hope you find this info helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What is pelvic manipulation?

    Hello. Pelvic manipulation is quite simply manipulation of the joints of the pelvis. The bones of the pelvis are the 2 iliac bones and the sacrum between. The joints between the iliacs and the sacrum are called the sacroiliac joints and the joint between the iliacs in the front is called the symphysis pubis or"pubic bone". There are three joints in the pelvis which may be manipulated to correct any misalignment of those joints. Generally misalignment of any of those joints can have an effect on the surrounding or connected musculature. I hope you find this info helpful. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller, Orland Park, IL READ MORE

  • How do I crack my own lower back?

    One way to perform self-manipulation to your lower back is to lie on your back, bend your knees and let your knees and hips rotate from one side to the other. This is called a spinal twist. Sometimes the spine will "crack" when performing this maneuver. People generally get more effective "cracks" when a health care provider performs a manipulation. I hope this helps. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller- Orland Park, IL READ MORE

  • Does chiropractic treatment relieve stress?

    Hello. There are many types of stress: emotional, chemical and physical. Chiropractic treatment can help resolve physical stress and decrease sympathetic nervous system overactivity. Decreasing pain and/or increasing proper body function will also help decrease the emotional stress associated with chronic pain. So the answer is yes, absolutely. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller- Orland Park, IL READ MORE

  • What is the best treatment for kyphosis?

    The best treatment for kyphosis at your age is to decrease the curvature by forcing the thoracic spine into a more extended position. First, stretching the spine paraspinal muscles and chest wall to promote more flexibility and then manipulation to have more effect on the ligaments supporting the spine. Lying on your back on a large theraball and allowing the shoulders and back to extend backwards will also help. Exercising your lower traps and rhomboids can also be beneficial. I hope this info is helpful. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller-Orland Park, IL READ MORE

  • When should you have your first chiropractic adjustment?

    Most people come in for examination and treatment when they get some symptom such as back or neck pain. However, the best time to get examined is before the symptoms begin. Many of my patients will bring their children in for an exam once the become aware of the benefits of a chiropractic adjustment. Only after an exam can a Chiropractor determine if an adjustment is necessary. Some Chiropractors specialize in pediatrics. It is never too early to be checked for misalignments. The earlier detected, the better. I hope you find this helpful. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can a chiropractor help with sciatic nerve pain during pregnancy?

    Absolutely. First, the physician needs to determine the cause of the sciatica. Usually, there is irritation to the nerve somewhere between the spine and the gluteal region. Once the area of impingement is determined, appropriate treatment may be provided. Manipulation is appropriate when pregnant in most cases. I hope this information is helpful. Take care and be well. Good luck with your pregnancy. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What causes tight neck muscles?

    Hello, A tight neck can have many causes. It may be related to overuse from activity or from increased tone in the muscles from abnormal stress due to improper posture. Stress due to abnormal joint biomechanics or mental stress can cause the neck muscles including the trapezius to become tighter than normal. Misalignment of the neck or upper back vertebrae can also cause reflexive tightening of the associated neck muscles. Try stretching and moist heat to relax the muscles. If this is not effective, see a chiropractic physician to get an examination to determine the actual cause and treat appropriately. I hope this information helps. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What are the benefits of going to a chiropractor?

    There are many different benefits depending on what types of treatment are being performed. Chiropractors perform many types of treatment from vertebral and joint manipulation, muscle work such as stretching, massage, trigger point therapy, balancing and strengthening. They also perform services such as acupuncture and nutritional therapy. But the single most beneficial treatment is designed to reduce nervous system interference through the reduction of spinal misalignment. The nervous system controls all functions in the body and reducing irritations to that system helps the body to function at its best. I have treated patients with symptoms from headaches to constipation. Chiropractic works. In my clinic, we have chiropractors, physical therapists and medical doctors working together as a team to get the best results possible without surgery. I hope this answers your question. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can chiropractors help with muscle knots?

    Chiropractors can absolutely help with muscle knots. Muscle knots usually occur from either direct trauma to the muscle such as a contusion or a strain or cumulative tension from being too tight for too long. Irritation of the nerve that innervates the muscle is one reason for increased muscular tone. The Chiropractic physician should find the cause of the increased tension in the muscle and resolve that problem through a combination of stretching, muscle balance work and manipulation of the corresponding joints to decrease the muscle tone. I hope you find this info helpful. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can you become paralyzed from a chiropractor?

    The incidence of stroke or becoming paralyzed after receiving a manipulation is extremely rare. Most people that had this extremely unfortunate event occur had preexisting pathology in their blood vessel. More people have experienced strokes while having their hair washed at a salon then after manipulation. Have the doctor listen to your neck vessels with the stethoscope next time to help confirm absence of pathology. I hope you find this info helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can a chiropractor help with pins and needles feeling?

    Absolutely. The pins and needles feeling is either from nerve irritation or vascular insufficiency. Schedule an appointment with a good chiropractic physician and have a thorough examination performed to determine the cause of the symptoms. Once an accurate diagnosis is attained, a proper treatment plan should be followed. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • How do chiropractors help headaches?

    Most headaches originate from suboccipital muscle tension. Chiropractic treatment addresses the cause of the muscular tension at the upper neck and can ease the tension coming from the trapezius muscles as well. Examination should determine the cause of your headaches. If there are no problems in the neck causing the headaches, an MRI of the brain or sinuses should be performed. I hope this helps. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What are the methods that chiropractors use to treat back pain?

    Chiropractors use a variety of techniques and methods to ease pain and correct conditions causing back pain. The most effective treatment is usually manipulation, but chiropractors are licensed to provide most all treatment with the exception of surgery or use of prescription drugs. Manipulation, physical therapy, acupuncture and muscle work such as stretching and manual therapies are some of the treatments chiropractors typically provide. Check reviews and find a good provider in your area. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can a chiropractor lessen my lower back pain?

    Absolutely. Chiropractic care (manipulation especially) has been proven to be the most effective treatment for lower back pain. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Is a chiropractic treatment effective for migraines?

    Yes. Chiropractic treatment may be very beneficial for treating migraine headache symptoms. Treatment generally is focused on reducing the tension in the suboccipital region, cervical paraspinal muscles and trapezius. Tension in these areas can affect the Greater Occipital nerve and have an effect on circulation as well. Give it a try! Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Is chiropractic neck manipulation safe?

    Chiropractic manipulation of the neck is completely safe when performed appropriately. A complete examination of the neck should be performed by the physician prior to manipulation to make sure there are no risks to the procedure. This is common practice. Manipulation to the cervical spine is very effective treatment for neck pain and stiffness. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What conditions do chiropractors treat?

    Hello, Chiropractic physicians can treat many conditions that don't require surgery or prescription medication. Most chiropractors main focus is improving the health of your musculoskeletal system, nervous system and gastrointestinal system. The nervous system controls the function of most all other systems. READ MORE

  • How can I get rid of my back pain?

    Hello, The only way to get rid of lower back pain is to determine the actual cause and correct it if possible. Make an appointment with a Chiropractic physician first. They are the most conservative treatment providers and you should get an accurate diagnosis of the actual cause between the examination and some X-rays. If your condition is a little more complicated, an MRI may be ordered to visualize your lumbar discs. The course of treatment will probably consist of Manipulation (if appropriate), stretching, muscle work and strengthening the core muscles. Manipulation is the most effective treatment for most cases of chronic lower back pain. The Chiropractor may also have you do some physical therapy. If the condition is not responding appropriately, you may be referred to a pain treatment physician for injections to reduce the inflammation or an Orthopedic surgeon if surgery is necessary. Try Chiropractic first. I hope you find this information helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What can be the cause of my chronic headaches?

    It is very important to accurately diagnose the cause of a headache to treat it effectively. Headaches can be caused by many different things. They can arise from muscle tension, vascular issues, hormonal changes, sinus problems, brain pathology or even dietary sensitivities. If headaches are chronic, a MRI of the brain and cervical spine should be performed to rule out any problems with the brain, sinus, TMJ, or neck. Many headaches originate from increased tension in the suboccipital area that has an effect on the Greater Occipital nerve. Once more serious conditions are ruled out with MRI, try conservative treatment to ease the tension in the neck, traps and suboccipital muscles. See a good chiropractic physician or neurologist in your area to diagnose the cause and get it treated. I hope you find this information helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What are the treatment options for hip arthritis?

    Hello, First, the severity of the hip arthritis must be assessed. Second, the cause of the degenerative change must be identified. If the severity of the arthritic change is mild or moderate, then conservative care such as chiropractic or physical therapy could be very beneficial. Balancing the stress on the joints, mobilization of the joint and stretching of the associated muscles can decrease the inflammation responsible for your pain. If the amount of degeneration is more severe, then injection of corticosteroid or viscoelastic supplementationor stem cells may be useful in combination with conservative therapy. If the arthritic change is very severe, then hip replacement may be the answer. Try conservative methods first. I hope you find this information helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What are alternate ways to manage chronic back pain?

    Hello, Sorry to hear about your back pain. There is a cause to your pain and it is not a lack of pain killers. So, the cause of your pain needs to be diagnosed and treated effectively. The best treatment for most chronic lower back pain is manipulation of the joints that are causing the pain. That treatment is mostly performed by Chiropractic physicians or "Chiropractors". Find a local Chiropractor with great reviews and seek treatment. Chiropractors perform conservative treatment like manipulation, muscle work, stretching, physical therapy and sometimes acupuncture. If the treatment does not work within 4-6 weeks, an MRI should be ordered to rule out the need for an Orthopedic surgeon consult. Don't wait! Get the condition diagnosed and treated. Good luck and take care. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Is a chiropractic consultation needed?

    It depends on how they are defining a consultation. Typically, a consultation is a discussion to find out if chiropractic would be a good choice to treat your problem. If you injured your back, you are more than likely a good candidate for chiropractic care. The consult is not really necessary. A history and examination would be appropriate to determine a diagnosis and treatment plan. Good luck. I hope you get better soon. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What is the difference between a physical therapist and a chiropractor?

    There are many similarities between the treatments that a physical therapist performs and those a Chiropractor performs. Both providers mobilize the affected joints, stretch the affected muscles, perform manual therapies and therapeutic exercise. However, the biggest difference in treatment is the use of manipulation of the joints performed by most Chiropractic physicians. Manipulation is the most effective treatment for most cases of lower back and neck pain. Manipulation used to be the Chiropractic icon. Now, Medical doctors and Physical therapists are being trained to perform the techniques.Another difference between Chiropractors and PT's is that Doctors of Chiropractic (D.C.)s are physicians, not therapists. We are trained to diagnose, radiograph and treat the condition. If you fell and you have back pain, manipulation will probably give you the greatest results the fastest. I hope you find this info helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Is chiropractic treatment safe for children?

    Chiropractic treatment is absolutely safe for children, teens, and adults. Proper examination should be performed prior to adjustment to determine medical necessity of the treatment. I hope this info is helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • How often should my daughter go to the chiropractor?

    It depends on the severity and complexity of the problem or injury. Most teenage patients with a low complexity problem would be well served seeing the doctor 2-3 times per week for a month and then be re-evaluated to change therapy protocol. I hope you find this opinion helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Why do I feel lower back pain?

    Many people have back pain even though there was no particular injury. Misalignment of the sacroiliac joint(s), facet joint irritation or disc pathology often cause lower back pain without any particular injury. Consult a chiropractic physician or an orthopedic physician soon to get an accurate diagnosis and a proper treatment protocol. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Does chiropractic care release toxins?

    A chiropractic adjustment does not release toxins. It simply restores normal motion patterns to joints that are not moving properly. Muscle work such as massage and deep tissue treatment can release some toxins such as lactic acid into the bloodstream. This is usually not harmful, however, drinking water after a vigorous massage is recommended. I hope you find this information helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • I have lower back stiffness. What could it be?

    If the stiffness is going from the lower back to the hips, you probably have a problem with your sacroiliac joint. Problems with that joint can affect your paraspinal muscles, glutes, and hip rotators. Get examined by a good chiropractor and treat the problem. Muscle relaxants will not fix the problem. Good luck and take care. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can a chiropractor treat hip bursitis?

    Yes. First, the cause of the bursitis must be determined. Something has caused the bursa to become inflamed. X-rays should be performed to see if there is something in the joint that may be affecting the surrounding structures such as the bursa. I would recommend Icing the area for 30 minutes every 2-3 hours and stretching the glutes and T.F.L muscles. If you can take ibuprofen, do so to decrease inflammation as well. Chiropractic is a great way to resolve mechanical hip problems that may be causing the bursitis. Good luck. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can chiropractic adjustments help kids with migraines?

    Absolutely. Have her examined by a good chiropractic physician. If the doctor is able to find tenderness and muscle tension in the suboccipital area and/or trapezius muscles, manipulation may help. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What should I do with my persistent crick in neck?

    It is time to get your neck adjusted by a chiropractic physician. If you have had the "crick in your neck" for that long, it is not going away on its own. Find a healthcare provider that performs manual manipulation of the neck or cervical spine such as a Chiropractor and have the "kink" unkinked. This is the fastest and easiest fix! Good luck and get well soon. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Is it normal to have pain after first chiropractic adjustment?

    Yes. Usually, the adjustment does not erase the pain after one treatment. The problem that has been causing your symptoms will likely take a series of treatments. If you are more sore after the first visit, you may ice the affected area and take ibuprofen if you can. READ MORE

  • Is a chiropractic activator safe for babies?

    Absolutely. An activator tool may be used very precisely like a regular manipulation by hand. Some doctors prefer to use it on children because the contact point is smaller. READ MORE

  • Are adjustments dangerous for kids?

    Not at all. Adjustments can be performed at all ages. The provider just needs to apply the proper amount of pressure depending on the patients condition, flexibility, frailty, etc. Normally, a child's adjustment would be much lighter than an adults. READ MORE

  • Are chiropractic adjustments safe?

    Hello, The answer is yes, absolutely. Your doctor of chiropractic should do an examination and perhaps X-rays to determine if you are a good candidate for the procedure. However, there is very little risk associated with manipulation of any type when performed by a chiropractic physician. If you do not get relief from the adjustments fairly quickly (6-8 visits), you may need to get an MRI to determine if there is disc pathology contributing to your pain. I hope you find this info helpful and some of your fears are alleviated. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can children get pinched nerves?

    Yes, children can get pinched nerves. They can also get muscular strains and sprains and joint misalignments as well. If the symptoms are new, try icing and stretching the affected area for a few days and see if it gets better. If there are symptoms of a pinched nerve like numbness and tingling or weakness in the arm or shoulder, make an appointment to have him examined by a musculoskeletal and nerve pain specialist like a Chiropractor or an Orthopedic doctor. If there is a pinched nerve, then it is very important to determine the cause of pinch and correct the problem before nerve damage occurs. I hope you find this info helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • There's still pain after cortisone. What should I do?

    Cortisone is just an anti-inflammatory. An injection in your shoulder simply helps to decrease the inflammation. The big question is why is the inflammation there in the first place? You should see a physician that will address the actual cause of the inflammation or symptom "Pain." Chances are that there is an imbalance in the function of the shoulder joint(s). There are 3 motions that need to be in sync, Glenohumeral, Acromioclavicular and Scapulothoracic rhythm. Have a Chiropractor or an Orthopedic doctor evaluate your shoulder and arrive at an accurate diagnosis (MRI may be needed) and get the proper treatment. Cortisone injections work best when the cause of the inflammation is dealt with at the same time. I hope you find this info helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Should I go to a chiropractor for a pinched nerve?

    Absolutely. Chiropractors are in the business of diagnosing musculoskeletal and nerve related conditions. If there is a pinched or irritated nerve, the D.C. should be able to detect the problem through examination and find a way to take the pressure off the irritated nerve. I hope this information is helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What causes spine pain in children?

    Hello, this is Dr. Eric Miller. It may be something as simple as a strained muscle or a slight misalignment in the spine. Kinks happen. If it has been for 3 days, hopefully it is starting to feel better. If not, make an appointment with a local chiropractor with good reviews to have an examination and determine the actual cause of the pain. The pain should be easy to reproduce by finding the tender spot. It will most likely be a muscle or a joint. Once diagnosed, treat it with some manipulation, stretching and muscle work. That should do the trick. In the meantime, try ice and ibuprofen. If ice is not helpful, switch to heat. Also, try to stretch the affected area. I hope this info is helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Is chiropractic treatment best as a complementary therapy?

    Absolutely. Chiropractic manipulation often works well as a standalone treatment, but it works even better in conjunction with other therapies such as physical therapy, massage or even medications such as anti-inflammatories or muscle relaxants. The medications do not fix the problem, but they do ease the symptoms while you try to correct the problem with chiropractic. Good luck. I hope you find this info helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Do chiropractors treat chronic neck pain?

    Yes. Chiropractic can help chronic neck pain. First, a thorough examination should be performed to determine the actual cause of the pain and arrive at an accurate diagnosis. Then a treatment plan should be made and agreed upon. Neck pain may be coming from the facet joints, the discs or the surrounding musculature. Sometimes the nerves may be affected as well. Manipulation, stretching and muscle therapy may help to correct the problems causing your chronic neck pain. I hope this information is helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Why do I have lower back pains?

    Most back pain can be originating from either the muscle, facet joint or disc or a combination of all. Poor posture can have an adverse effect on all 3 elements. An examination with a physician such as a Chiropractor or an Orthopedic doctor should be able to determine the cause of pain and the physician should be able to give you advice on how to properly treat the cause once an accurate diagnosis is made. In the meantime, try stretching and strengthening the core muscles. I hope you find this information helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • When should I stop chiropractic treatment?

    Hello, Good question. It really depends on what condition your spine is in. If the symptoms came on quickly after overuse or a strain or something uncomplicated, you may be able to stop when "feel better." However, if there are issues like unbalanced pelvis or disc issues, you may be better served with corrective treatment, rather than just symptoms treatment. Your doctor should have taken X-rays, made an accurate diagnosis and ordered a plan of care based on your healthcare goals. I hope you find this info helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • How do you treat a pulled neck muscle?

    It depends on how long you have had the pain. If the pain began 1-3 days ago, I would suggest ice, ibuprofen and gentle stretching of the affected musculature. If the pain continues after a week, have a good Chiropractor or Orthopedic doctor do an exam to determine if the pain is coming from the joint, nerve or muscle or a combination. If the spinal joints are involved causing the muscle spasm or tension, then manipulation or mobilization may be appropriate. If the pain is strictly muscular, then stretching and massage may help to alleviate the pain. I hope this information is helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Is a chiropractic consultation needed after a sports injury?

    The chiropractor should perform an examination to determine the exact cause of your pain. The pain may be coming from muscle, joint or nerve or some combination. During exam, the doctor should be able to replicate the pain by finding a tender point or some motion that produces the pain. After determining the cause, advise and/or treatment to correct the problem should begin. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What are some stretches my son can do at home for back pain?

    Good question. Stretching and strengthening is a very important component of posture and spinal well-being. Below are a few links that contain great stretches and some yoga poses that can be performed regularly to ease back pain. I hope you find them helpful: https://www.h-wave.com/blog/4-stretches-to-ease-lower-back-painrelieve-back-pain/ https://www.healthline.com/health/fitness-exercise/yoga-for-back-pain Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What might be causing my hip pain?

    Hip pain can present for a variety of reasons. At your age, I would not expect arthritis, but more of a biomechanical problem related to alignment or muscular imbalance of the hips. You should have an exam that includes X-rays to make sure there is no bony pathology and functional testing to find the reason for your pain. In the mean time, try stretching, ibuprofen and ice if you can take ibu. I hope you find relief soon. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can I exercise after a back adjustment?

    There is no reason not to work out after an adjustment unless you have a condition that you should avoid exercise for a while to begin with. Your doctor should let you know if there is a reason avoid exercise. Hope this info is helpful. Take care and be well. READ MORE

  • How well does spinal manipulation work for sciatica?

    Spinal manipulation and stretching can be a very effective treatment for sciatica. First, the physician must find the actual cause of the sciatica. Sciatica is caused by pressure somewhere along the path of the sciatic nerve, which starts at the spinal nerve roots and traverses throughout the buttocks to the legs and to the feet. The nerve may be pinched by the vertebrae, the disc, inflammation around those structures or any tight muscle along the nerve path, especially the gluteus or the piriformis muscles. Manipulation to the lower lumbar spine and sacroiliac joints along with stretching of the affected muscles can provide great relief. I hope you find this info helpful. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • I have severe whiplash from work. What is the treatment?

    Generally, the chiropractor will do an examination to determine an accurate diagnosis and find the areas of the spine that are not moving correctly due to misalignment or muscle tension. After orthopedic and neurologic examination have been performed, X-rays may be necessary. A treatment protocol would then be made and therapy such as stretching, mobilization, and spinal manipulation may be performed to correct the issues. I hope this helps. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Does scoliosis correct itself?

    Many children receive scoliosis screens at school physicals. If a curvature is detected visually, either by a rib hump or a curvature in the spine with muscular imbalance, an examination by a spinal specialist is warranted. Unfortunately, many primary care physicians do not adequately examine the spine for curvature or scoliosis. If the curve is visible to the eye, X-rays should be performed to evaluate and measure the severity of the curvature. The X-ray should also give diagnostic information about the cause of the curvature and possible treatment options. Scoliosis is defined as a curvature in the coronal plane that measures 15 degrees or greater. Usually, surgery is not warranted unless the curvature is at least 50 degrees and causing issues with the cardiovascular system or the respiratory system. A combination of chiropractic manipulation and physical therapy has been found to be the most effective treatment for reducing the severity of the curvature. Without treatment, the curvature will usually worsen about 1-2 degrees per year. Unfortunately, the greater the severity of curvature, the more the abnormal stress to the spinal joints that can cause disc problems and arthritic changes over time. Scoliosis and even curvatures of the spine should be actively treated to prevent problems in the future. I hope you find this information useful. Good luck with your daughter. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Is Spinal Manipulation and Osteopathic Manipulation one and the same?

    Thank you for your question. Spinal manipulation provided by a chiropractor or an osteopath is very similar. D.C.s usually use a high velocity low amplitude thrust to manipulate most joints depending on the need. Most D.O.s use a more low velocity mobilization to accomplish the release. Both are effective. READ MORE

  • How can I treat my leg pain that occurs when I walk?

    The cause of the leg pain needs to be accurately diagnosed. Leg pain can come from vascular issues such as blood clots or varicosities, neurological issues such as sciatica or neurologic claudication from stenosis in the spine or even muscular issues. Start by stretching your legs, increasing your water intake if you don't drink at least 4 glasses per day and try to get more potassium and vitamin B6 into your diet. More importantly, you should see a physician to get an accurate diagnosis of the cause of your symptoms. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • How can I correct the hunch in my back?

    Yes. Usually ,the hunch comes from an exaggerated thoracic curve (kyphosis), forward shoulders and a forward head position. Start by stretching your chest and the front of your shoulders, then strengthen the muscles between your shoulder blades (trapezius and rhomboids). Next, do extension exercises for your neck like looking up at the ceiling 30 times 3x/day. You should start seeing postural changes. If you want faster changes, consult a chiropractic physician or physical therapist. I hope this helps, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • I've been experiencing weird hip pain for 2 days. Could it be due to weight gain?

    Weight gain can add stress to your hips and knees, but usually that pain comes on a little more gradual and it's not the weight causing pain, it is the damage to the joint from the weight causing the pain. Hip pain can come from a variety of reasons including arthritis, capsular issues and muscular strains or sprains. Try stretching the hip, ice and ibuprofen if you can take it. If the pain persists for more than a week, you should consult a physician that specializes in joint issues such as a chiropractor, physiatrist, or an orthopedic. Take care and be well. READ MORE

  • Will yoga help in treating my hip pain?

    It really depends on what's causing the pain. Is it your hip or is it your sacroiliac joint referring pain down to the hip? It is common for women to have pelvis or SI joint pain after giving birth. Congrats by the way! Yoga is very useful for stretching muscles that may be tight or out of balance, but usually a combination of stretching, joint mobilization and manipulation works the best. Try yoga and see if it helps. If not, seek a good physician like a chiropractor to diagnose and treat the problem. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Inspite of bed rest, my sciatica pain is not getting better?

    Find the cause of the Sciatica. It could be as simple as a tight muscle compressing the nerve along its path to the leg or it could be a space occupying lesion like a disc herniation compressing the nerve root. There are many other causes as well. But, with the leg symptom of sciatica, you know the nerve is being irritated somewhere. The source needs to be found and corrected. If it has not healed, you should consult a physician to help identify the cause. You can try a chiropractor, orthopedic or physical therapist. These poviders should be able to accurately diagnose the condition. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • How to prevent back pain from an office job?

    If you are sitting for prolonged periods, you should get up and walk around for a few minutes every 45 minutes. You can also try an ergonomic office chair. Stretch your legs and lower back. I hope this helps. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Do hot water baths help in relieving hip pain?

    Most people with arthritic conditions find heat helpful. Try to keep the joint mobile without increasing the inflammation too much. Stretching and joint mobilization usually helps to ease the pain. You can also look into joint replacement or restoration with stem cells. I hope she feels better. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Do chiropractic adjustments help with chronic lower back pain?

    The answer is simple. Chiropractic has been found to be very helpful in the relief of lower back pain. Nothing works better. READ MORE

  • After running, my ankles get a shooting pain. Can a chiropractor help?

    It could help. An examination of your feet and ankles may find a biomechanical reason for the pain. If so, biomechanical improvement through manipulation, mobilization, proper exercises and maybe supportive orthotics may be helpful. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can a chiropractor help to align my back?

    You should have a complete examination including x-rays to determine the cause of the malalignment. It is possible to correct alignment issues depending on how severe it is. Seek the help of a Chiropractor, Orthopedic, physical therapist or a combination of these types of health providers READ MORE

  • What is myofascial pain syndrome? How is it treated?

    Myofascial pain syndrome is simply pain that originates from inflammation of the muscles, the fascia that covers the muscles and tendons. First, the doctor needs to determine the cause of the condition and then treat it appropriately. Conservative treatments such as Chiropractic therapy, massage therapy and/or physical therapy usually work really well. If the condition is more inflammatory, then anti-inflammatories may be taken or injected as well. FIND THE CAUSE FIRST. I hope this info helps. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • I have a dull pain in my lower back. How can I treat it?

    Hello, If you are just starting an activity like Zumba, it will probably take a week or two to get used to the activity. Try icing and stretching the affected muscles. Do the Cat-Cow stretch, glutes, quads and hamstring stretches. If you are feeling pain more at the belt line, or at one of the two dimples, this would be inflammation of your sacroiliac joints. Try the stretches first and if the pain does not decrease, seek the help of a chiropractic physician to determine the cause of your pain and treat the cause. I hope this helps. Take care and be well, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • I have neck pain that only occurs when I lie down. What could be the reason?

    It sounds like you may have a mechanical issue such as a restriction in normal motion or alignment of the neck vertebrae. When you lie on your back, your neck may be extending more than usual, causing some irritation to the joint and an increase in muscle tension. Consider having an examination of the neck to determine the actual cause of the pain. In the meantime, try stretching your neck before you lie down. READ MORE

  • I have pain in my back everytime I put on weight. Why does this happen?

    Putting on more weight can put more pressure on the discs as well as the facet joints. If there are any mechanical problems with the lower back to begin, putting on more weight could aggravate the condition. Get an exam to find out if there are any spinal issues that would be aggravated by the additiinal stress. READ MORE

  • Can being overweight lead to flat feet?

    Excessive weight will place more stress on the feet and can contribute to pronation of the ankles and flattening of the feet. Considering orthotics to support the arches and weight loss should be helpful. READ MORE

  • What can I do for muscle soreness around my thighs?

    There should be an examination to determine why the thighs are so tight and achy. There may be a connection between your lower back and your leg symptoms. If it is just tight muscles, continue stretching and make sure you drink plenty of water. READ MORE

  • Can vitamin deficiency cause muscle stiffness?

    There are many reasons for muscular tension increases. It could be dehydration, electrolyte imbalances, nutritional deficiencies or irritation to the nerve(s) innervating the muscle. An examination and some blood work should be able to accurately diagnose the problem. READ MORE

  • I've been suffering from scoliosis since I was 19 years. I am now 32 years old. Will this problem be corrected with surgery?

    Hello. I am sorry to hear of your suffering. Have you tried any conservative therapy such as Chiropractic manipulation, massage or physical therapy? Usually, conservative care can be very beneficial. However, if these treatments prove to be unsuccessful, surgery may be necessary. You should consult a good physician, get X-rays, and have the scoliosis measured and see if there is degeneration occurring as the result of the abnormal stresses from the curvature. Can these stresses be changed conservatively or is surgery necessary? Always try conservative care first. I hope this information is helpful. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • I was diagnosed with gout. Can a chiropractor help me manage the pain?

    Sorry to hear about your Gout. As you may know, Gout is usually attributed to a buildup of uric acid or urate crystals within the joint. This buildup generally comes from the breakdown of Purines, which are high in red meats, shellfish, fried foods, and alcohol. There are many treatments for the symptoms. Medications such as Colchicine are the most common treatment and can be attained by seeing your medical physician and getting a prescription. Any type of physician can be helpful to treat your symptoms if they are familiar with the condition. Most Chiropractic physicians would treat the symptoms with natural anti-inflammatories, diet modification, and supplementation to reduce uric acid levels. Manipulation of the joint will not be the answer to relieving your symptoms. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • I have undergone about 5 X-rays in the last 2 months for my spinal problem. Are there any risks?

    Hello, No, you have nothing to worry about. A typical X-ray series can include 5-7 X-rays. The benefits of the visualization of the structures typically outweigh the risks of exposure. Have a great day and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Can an X-ray diagnose a spinal deformity?

    If the condition is an osseous (or bone) deformity, an X-ray should be able to determine the pathology. There are many deformities that are benign and do not need treatment, but it should be diagnosed. If further imaging is necessary, a CAT scan or an MRI should be ordered. Your physician should know if further imaging is medically necessary. Take care and be well. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • Why do I have pins and needles in my legs?

    If you are having the feeling of pins and needles in your legs, you could be having problems with either the nerves or the circulation supplying the legs. There are many tests your doctor can perform to determine the exact cause during a simple examination. Make an appointment for an exam as soon as possible. The longer there is pressure on a nerve or blood vessel, the more damage may be caused. Sincerely, Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • I am having pain in my buttocks when I sit. What could this be?

    Many times, the buttocks pain is coming from a problem with the piriformis muscle (a hip rotator) which is located just about where your wallet would sit in your pocket. There is often a problem with either the sacroiliac joint or the hip joint on the affected side. Stretching and massaging the muscle should be helpful, but many times manipulation of restricted joints will be necessary as well. I hope this info is useful. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What causes slipping rib?

    A slipped rib may be caused by a simple instance such as rotating or bending the torso or a cough or a sneeze. Often the rib is not dislocated, it is just not moving properly upon inspiration and expiration. The costovertebral joint is fixed or slightly misaligned. Gentle manipulation and stretching may be very helpful. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • What is the lump that I can feel right behind my neck?

    Any physician should be able to examine the lump and determine if it is osseous (bony) or soft tissue. It may be a lipoma, a cyst, or even a trigger point if it is soft tissue. If it is determined to be bony, an X-ray should be provided to determine the cause. Make sure to get it checked out to make sure it's not something serious. Take care. Dr. Miller READ MORE

  • Why is there pain in my neck and head every morning?

    It could be related to your pillow or it could be something wrong in your neck or it could be both. Change your pillow and see if that changes your symptoms. If you are still feeling sore in the mornings, have your neck examined by a physician such as a chiropractor to determine if you are having a musculoskeletal issue causing the neck pain. READ MORE

  • My husband has a bone growth in his ankle. What should we do?

    You should have it checked by a physician that specializes in skeletal or boney and joint issues such as a chiropractor, an orthopedic or a podiatrist. An x-ray should be performed to determine what the growth actually is and does it need to be removed or just realigned. Dr. Eric Miller READ MORE

  • My mother has developed a problem of shaking hands. What could be the reason behind it?

    It may be an intention tremor or a benign essential tremor. The tremors sometimes come with age. The cause is unknown. Find out if it is worse when she is concentrating on using the hand or if it does not matter. A neurologist is often helpful with this symptom. READ MORE

  • I am suffering from anterior tibial tendinitis. Should I quit my job?

    Make sure that you are icing and stretching the anterior tibialis. You may also use transverse friction massage or some myofascial work from a Chiropractor, physical therapist or massage therapist. Your job should give you the chance to sit intermittently until the tendonitis has healed. READ MORE

  • Why does my back feel sore?

    Many people experience more low back soreness in the morning upon rising from bed. One reason for this is that your spinal discs are more full in the morning because they have been decompressed all night. There is more pressure on them in the morning when you get up and load the discs. This usually goes away in about 30-45 minutes. It is a sign that there has been some stress on the discs and there may be some degenerative changes taking place. It may also be your bed. It may be too hard or too soft. Change beds for a few nights and see if it helps. READ MORE

  • I have a frozen shoulder. What should I do?

    If you have a frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis, you should be getting treatment for it. a combination of Chiropractic manipulation of the shoulder, scapula and upper back in combination with physical therapy to stretch the capsule, rotator cuff and surrounding musculature would be very helpful. Doing nothing will worsen the condition READ MORE

  • Can a chiropractor help me with my lower back pain?

    Absolutely. After a complete examination, the Chiropractor should be able to diagnose the cause of your pain and either treat it effectively or refer you to the appropriate specialist. READ MORE

  • Is a chiropractor helpful in treating kids?

    Yes. A good Chiropractor should be able to examine and properly diagnose the problem. After diagnosis, the Chiropractor should make the decision to either treat the ailment or refer your son to the appropriate specialist. READ MORE

  • Why do I have a sharp knee pain?

    There are too many answers to that question. You should have it examined by a physician such as a Chiropractor or an Orthopedic. They should provide a complete knee exam to rule out problems with Patellofemoral tracking issues, Runners knee, or any ligamentous or muscular issues that could be causing your pain. READ MORE

  • How can i reduce my pain due to ankle sprain?

    First, make sure that it is just a sprain/strain and not something more serious like a fracture. Continue with the ice if it is swollen and ibuprofen for pain and inflammation, but get it examined and have x-rays taken if appropriate to rule out fracture. If it is not fractured, begin to move it slowly and do the alphabet with your foot to stretch it into all ranges of motion. If the alphabet exercises aggravate it too much, then rest it for a few more days and start them again. READ MORE

  • My left shoulder is broader than the right. Is this a growth problem?

    It may just be an imbalance in the tension of your trapezius muscle. The only way to really know is to get an x-ray and see if there is a structural imbalance. READ MORE

  • Is there a way to treat back pain arising due to long sitting hours?

    The type of pain you are describing is very common and usually mechanical in origin. That means it is most likely caused by dysfunction of the lumbosacral or sacroiliac joints. The longer you sit, the more difficult it is to straighten up. Manipulation of the spine is very effective at reducing the pain and improving the muscular tension. Make an appointment to see a good Chiropractic Physician. READ MORE

  • I have just suffered a slip Disc. After how long can I start by back exercises?

    Start with your exercises as soon as you can without provoking the pain levels. If you are causing pain to radiate into the legs when doing the exercises, then discontinue and wait until you can perform the exercise without causing the pain to radiate. READ MORE

  • I have lipoma under my arms. Can a chiropractor help?

    I would make sure that the lump(s) are truly lipomas and not something more serious. Have them examined and perhaps a biopsy may need to be performed. A chiropractic physician is probably not the specialist to see to treat lipomas. No treatment is usually needed, but again make sure that it is not something more serious. READ MORE

  • Can excess weight cause spine problems?

    Excess weight can definitely cause increased biomechanical stress on the lower back. The bulge you can feel at the tail bone may be a lipoma or a synovial cyst. Have a physician such as a Chiropractor or an Orthopedic examine your spine to determine what the bulge is and also assess if there is a musculoskeletal reason for your lower back pain. Most of the time, lower back pain is caused by joint dysfunction, disc or muscular issues. READ MORE

  • Very tight neck

    More than likely, there is a reason that your neck muscles continue to get tight even after a massage. Usually, there will be dysfunction of the cervical (neck) joints that is causing the muscles to tighten. Manipulation of the cervical spine may be very helpful in combination with the massage. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Sacroiliac dysfunctionLower back painupper back painT4 syndromeNeck painHeadachesshoulder painRotator cuff syndromeThoracic Outlet SyndromeCervicobrachial syndromeSciaticaKnee painHyalgan injectionsTrigger point injectionsSpinal ManipulationDecompressionphysical therapy

Awards

  • Top Chiropractor in Orland Park 2017 International Assoc. of Healthcare Professionals 
  • Top 100 Chiropractors in Chicagoland 2015 Chicago Magazine 

Professional Memberships

  • American Chiropractic Association  
  • Illinois Chiropractic Society  
  • Illinois Prairie State Chiropractic Association  
  • International Chiropractors Association  
  • International Academy of Health Care Professionals  

Residency

  • Palmer College of Chiropractic, 1997

Internships

  • Life University, Life Chiropractic College West, 1991

Professional Society Memberships

  • Illinois Chiropractic Society, American Chiropractic Association

What do you attribute your success to?

  • Getting great results

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