Dr. Justin Cough is a practicing chiropractor and founder of Oviedo Chiropractic. As a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Port Orange, FL, Dr. Cough is dedicated to serving the community through the education and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders. Dr. Cough takes pride in utilizing the most beneficial, evidence-based treatment strategies, tailored for each patient treated at Oviedo Chiropractic.
Dr. Cough was born and raised in a suburb of Syracuse, NY and received a BS of Education at the State University of New York at Oswego. After graduation he served the community teaching in both the middle school and high school levels. Throughout that time Dr. Cough also coached various sports including: Varsity and Junior Varsity Lacrosse, middle school football, basketball, track, & soccer. After five years of teaching Dr. Cough decided to change careers and join the wonderful field of chiropractic.
Dr. Cough focuses on the body’s natural healing mechanisms by working with the spine, extremities, biomechanics, mental, and nervous systems. With Dr. Cough’s background in teaching, he enjoys educating his patients about their condition, treatment, and wellness options to make the patient enjoy the upmost sustainability in their life.
Dr. Cough is an active member of many national and local organizations, which through continuing education, he learns about current and effective treatment options for athletes, accidents, disc herniation, headaches, radiculopathy, and simple musculoskeletal pain.
Education and Training
Doctor of Chiropractic
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Yes but likely many will not offer free examinations. It is very difficult to fully diagnose your issues without an examination. READ MORE
Yes. You may have a proper orthopedic and neurological examination to determine the level of the nerve impingement. You can take him to a local chiropractor who is trained to examine the joints and nerves and will be able to correctly it effectively and quickly. READ MORE
Dress like you are going to the gym. Do not wear anything with metal on it just in case you have to get X-rays. READ MORE
Many times especially in children they may have alignment issues that makes it very difficult for them to be able to hold an upright posture. Society right now allows for tablets, phones, etc starting at very young ages. This means that the body is trying to grow to adapt to these positions. Chiropractic treatment especially for pediatric patients will help adjust her spine into position and we can utilize some physiotherapy modalities to help strengthen the muscles in place so it can hold in place. READ MORE
Yes, it may be a source of a vitamin deficiency. Muscles depend on potassium and magnesium in order to have proper contraction and relaxation. When these are not present then the muscle will not be able to have the proper contract/relax response. If the muscle is in severe spasm you may also be dehydrated as well. Proper blood work will show the very specific deficiency in order for you to be able to target the specific amounts of each vitamin that you may need. READ MORE
Posture may be corrected with chiropractic treatments. When you have too much compression from poor sitting positions and the weight of gravity to our spine the nerves get irritated and that will also cause our muscles to shorten. With a specific regiment of adjustments, muscle therapy, stretches, and exercises we can help assist your posture. To say specifically how much we would need to do a musculatoskeletal examination for you. READ MORE
My father is suffering from severe back pain. Can it be treated with manual adjustment of the spine?
Yes, chiropractic manipulations will help alleviate the negative pressure in the spine and allow for proper range of motion. He definitely will want to have an MRI done so he can know the full diagnosis. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- Palmer College of Chiropractic Dean's List
- International Association of Healthcare Professionals
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