Dr. Jeffery Patrick Jones D.C,
Chiropractor121 Executive Dr Madison MS, 39110
Dr. Jeffery Jones is a Chiropractor practicing in Madison, MS. Dr. Jones 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. Jones seeks to reduce pain and discomfort through manipulation and adjustment of the spine.
Education and Training
Life University Doctor of Chiropractic 1983
Universiteit Maastricht Faculty of Health 1983
National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
Dr. Jeffery Patrick Jones D.C,'s Expert Contributions
In chiropractic we routinely find the cause of your condition to be thoracic anterior (forward) displaced vertebrae. There are many symptoms associated with this: chest pain, rib cage pain, sharp pain when cough or sneeze, difficulty taking a deep breath and some even develop chronic indigestion. In the thoracic spine the ribs have two articulations (attachments) to the vertebrae. One to the transverse process and one to the body of the vertebrae. When the vertebral body displaces forward these articulations become fixated and normal motion is limited resulting in muscle pain, tension and nerve irritation. If it goes untreated it can eventually radiate to the lower neck and back. Chiropractic is the only profession that recognizes and has an effective treatment for this situation. Also, if the doctor does not recommend x-rays to rule out any underlying pathologies insist on them or find another doctor. Ask friends if they see a chiropractor. That is usually the best referral source. Yours in health. READ MORE
Yes. Chiropractors have had great success treating chronic neck pain because they look for the cause of the pain. Correct the cause relieve the pain. Most spinal conditions develop over a long period of time and can be linked to bad posture or a long forgotten injury. Remember, pain is the end result of a condition that has progressed and is the first to stop which does not mean the problem is corrected. We have all been condition for years that no pain no problem. WRONG! READ MORE
Yes it does. Loss of normal joint motion equates to increased muscle and ligament tension, decreased nerve impulse and blood flow. A spinal adjustment changes all of those parameters. Therefore, built up toxins, mainly lactic acid is released into the blood stream. Symptoms of this can be sore muscles, fatigue and flu like symptoms. Drink several glasses of water after your adjustments to help remove the toxins. READ MORE
Roll on your side with knees bent. Push up into a sitting position and when there support yourself with your arms until the spasms begin to subside. Use a cane or chair to support you while standing and slowly come to an upright position. FYI, if you were advised to use a heating pad it will have a negative affect. An inflamed disc is just that, hot and swollen. Ice packs covered with a towel and applied 15 minutes 3-4 times a day will be more helpful. You wouldn't put heat on a sprained ankle so why an injured back. Hot Epsom salt baths or hot shower will help relieve soreness and relax muscles because it is diffuse heat and not direct like a pad. READ MORE
Both. Some are hereditary (non-functional) but most develop due to musculoskeletal imbalance (functional) which can be corrected with chiropractic treatment if detected in the early stage. Jeffery P. Jones, D.C. Administrator Jones Chiropractic Clinic 121 Executive Dr. Madison, MS 39110 Telephone: 601-856-8850 Fax: 601-856-8957 CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail, andany attachments, are intended solely for the use of the intended recipient andmay contain information that is confidential, proprietary, copyrighted and/orlegally privileged. Any unauthorized disclosure, distribution, or use of thisinformation is prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, and havereceived this message in error, please notify the sender immediately by replye-mail and destroy all copies of the original message and any attachments. Yourcompliance is appreciated. READ MORE
You need to correct the cause to get them under control. See a chiropractor and the headaches will become almost nonexistent. READ MORE
You should have increased range of motion and decreased pain. READ MORE
Yes they can. Especially if they offer foot leveler orthotics. Go to footlevelers.com to find a list of doctors near you. READ MORE
That sounds like a torn muscle and a possible abdominal hernia. See your M.D. ASAP. . READ MORE
No. It has to be adjusted by a chiropractor. READ MORE
That is definitely nerve root irritation from a displaced vertebra with possible disc inflammation/protrusion. A chiropractor can treat that situation. Yours in health, Doc J READ MORE
If the pain is in the upper back between the shoulder blades, that increases upon deep breathing, sharp with cough or sneeze, and can sometimes radiate to the chest. It is most likely anterior displaced vertebra in the spine. Anterior means they have displaced forward. The ribs attach to them at two different articulations on both sides of the spine. When this happens, the rib heads become bound and cannot move freely, especially when breathing. The intercostal nerves that course between the ribs also become irritated. If I have described your problem, it is an easy fix for a chiropractor. Yours in health, Doc J READ MORE
If you have not seen a gastroenterologist make an appointment. That would be my next move. Jeffery P. Jones, D.C. READ MORE
This is not normal, especially in a person of your age. See your M.D. first and if they have no answers, see a chiropractor. Yours in health, Doc J READ MORE
Usually bad posture in conjunction with anterior displaced vertebra, bones that have moved forward out of position. This will also create binding of the rib heads. Chiropractic works well for that. Yours in health, Doc J READ MORE
There are 8 carpal bones in the wrist. The lunate, which is in the first row center, creates the majority of motion in the wrist and helps form the carpal tunnel. This bone is probably displaced and can easily be repositioned by a chiropractic adjustment. Yours in health, Doc J READ MORE
Stand in front of a full-length mirror in your skivvies, relaxed with equal weight on both feet. Look and see if one side of the pelvis is higher than the other, if your head is tilted to one side, and if one shoulder is higher than the other. If you find one hip higher than the other with one or more of the other two, bingo. Also, you can lay face down and have someone check your leg length. If one is shorter, that is another positive finding. A misaligned pelvis can cause spinal curvature, lower back pain, and leg pain. Yours in health, Doc J READ MORE
Yes, it is very safe. Children respond well to chiropractic care. My youngest patient was 3 weeks old with colic. One adjustment and it cleared up within 24 hours and never came back. It helps to improve immune system response, early detection and correction of scoliosis, and improves coordination and cognitive skills. Yours in health, Doc J READ MORE
During the adjustment, the attempt is being made to move the out of aligned vertebra back to its normal position, reducing joint fixation therefore improving mobility, alleviating muscle and ligament tension, and most of all, relieving nerve root irritation. Yours in health, Doc J READ MORE
They definitely do. All day long. If bones didn't move, we would walk around like the Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz! Yours in health, Doc J READ MORE
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- Spine Doctors vs. Chiropractors
Patients may often ask themselves which doctor they should see for their back pain. Studies have shown that chiropractors provide effective treatment for back pain. However, chiropractors cannot treat all causes of back pain because there are also conditions that should be diagnosed and treated by a...
- Chiropractic Care for Arthritis
Chiropractic has been successful and effective in managing the symptoms of arthritis. With regular treatment, pain is decreased and the need for medications is reduced or won't be needed. Chiropractic care can also restore lost range of motion and flexibility, increase muscle strength and improve...
- Treatment Options for Back Pain
Back pain is a very common condition, especially among the elderly group. It can vary from a dull constant back pain to a very sharp pain, which may disrupt your daily routine. Back pain can be either acute or chronic. This classification of back pain is essential especially when it comes to...
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- Scoliosis Pain: Treatment, Management, and Exercises
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