Dr. Jonathan E Woodward D.C., Massage Therapist
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Dr. Jonathan E Woodward D.C.

Chiropractor

6310 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy 115 Dallas TX, 75240

About

Our goal is to reduce the PAIN and get you the RELIEF you need in the fewest visits possible. Dr Woodward is a top-rated chiropractor in Dallas, TX. operates a Walk-In Chiropractic Office meaning no appointment is needed, but you are free to make one should you wish. Conditions treated include back pain, neck pain, headaches, sciatica, and arthritis pain. Woodward Chiropractic is able to offer both chiropractic and massage therapy. 

Education and Training

Parker College of Chiropratic DC 2000

Brigham Young University Bachelor's Degree 1997

Provider Details

Male Mandarin Chinese, English
Dr. Jonathan E Woodward D.C.
Dr. Jonathan E Woodward D.C.'s Expert Contributions
  • How long should it hurt after a chiropractic adjustment?

    It is normal to feel sore 1-2 days after a chiropractic back adjustment. This is not necessarily a bad sign as the purpose of the adjustment is to get stuck joints moving again. Some soreness is expected as you break down any 'spot welds' or scar tissue that may be restricting joint movement and as you rebuild muscles to access newly restored ranges of motion. If you are super sore or keep getting sore after the first few session you may need to discuss this with your chiropractor. Sometimes they can select a lower-force technique, add therapies to your treatment plan, help you with a detox program if your system is overwhelmed, etc. Those with fibromyalgia, diabetes, taking certain medications, or a history of recent trauma are at higher risk for soreness after their first treatment. READ MORE

  • Why do chiropractors recommend ice?

    Ice is an effective method for reducing pain caused by swollen tissues. It is like taking an ibuprofen but having it only work right where you want it and without any of the the side effects. Ice is typically recommended for bursitis, tendonitis, fascitis, or any acute injury because it is cheap, safe, and effective. If you try ice and feel temporarily worse that might mean your pain is coming from a muscle spasm or pinched nerve. READ MORE

  • What is the fastest way to relieve neck pain?

    Neck pain can be something simple as a tight muscle or a pinched nerve, but it can also be something more severe requiring immediate attention. Once you know what is causing it then there often can be simple solutions to quickly relieve neck pain. Assuming your pain is something simple like you just woke up with it, or you know you overdid it at the computer or on your phone, then the best way is to start with some heat or ice for 10 min. If that helps you can repeat that every few hours for a couple of days. Topicals like Biofreeze can be helpful too. Try not to stretch it or exercise it right away as that can make it worse. For pain that is not getting better after a few days or that is severe, associated with headaches, or refers down your arms, please see your doctor or chiropractor. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Frozen ShoulderBack PainKnee PainPeripheral NeuropathyNeck PainCarpal Tunnel SyndromeHeadachesHip Pain

Awards

  • Certificate of Excellence Year Cleveland Chiropractic Research Center’ 

Professional Memberships

  • American Chiropractic Association  
  • Texas Chiropractic Association  

Dr. Jonathan E Woodward D.C.'s Practice location

Woodward Chiropractic & Massage

6310 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy 115 -
Dallas, TX 75240
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http://woodwardchiro.com

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