Dr. Cynthia E. Urmos, B.S.,D.C., is a chiropractor with special expertise in the low force Activator Method Technique. She is also a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. Her 21 year experience includes adjusting children, pregnant mothers to be as well as the elderly. She is a member of Florida Chiropractic Association and the Northwest Florida Chiropractic Society. She loves skiing , taking people on adventurous trips and has served as President of Pensacola Ski Club.
Education and Training
Life Chiropractic College
McMaster University Bachelor of Science in Chemistry 1987
D.C. (Doctor of Chiropractic)
B.S. (Bachelor of Science)
Activator Method Certified Technique (Proficiency Rated)
Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician
Dr. Dr. Cynthia Urmos DC's Expert Contributions
Feet being out of alignment can affect the calf muscles. Also lack of magnesium. We carry Natural Calm which helps with the cramping. READ MORE
Spinal manipulation places the vertebra back into their proper position where nerve interference is restored allowing the body to heal itself. Once the nerves are no longer being aggravated the muscles can relax allowing further healing. READ MORE
Start with spinal adjustments to realign the spine and purchase a good cervical support pillow that will support the proper curvature of the neck. READ MORE
Yes it is common to take x-rays and very important because so much more information can be revealed from an x-ray that cannot be established from exam alone. READ MORE
What happens is since you had a fusion the integrity of that area has been compromised and you don’t have as much joint movement in that area. If you haven’t been it would be good for you to go see an Activator technique practicing chiropractor whom could work on the area above and below your fusion without compromising the area. READ MORE
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- What Are the Symptoms and Treatment Options for Lower Back Strains?
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- Do I Have a Pinched Nerve?
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- Scoliosis Pain: Treatment, Management, and Exercises
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- What Causes Tingling in Feet?
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