Dr. Tracy Lauren Olson D.C.
Chiropractor3903 Jiles Rd Nw Bld. 100 Ste 101 Kennesaw GA, 30144
Tracy L. Olson, BS, MS, DC, CCEP, CCSP, is an established chiropractor with Olson Chiropractic Center in Marietta, Georgia. She is a graduate of Life University and holds board certification from the American Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedics. Dr. Olson is also a member of the American Chiropractic Association.
Education and Training
American Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedics
Dr. Tracy Lauren Olson D.C.'s Expert Contributions
Knee pain that is sharp and sudden could indicate a more serious problem. It should be first assessed with an X-ray and possible MRI. If all the structures are clear, then you should have your knee checked by a chiropractor that specializes in extremity adjusting of the lower extremity especially the feet and the hips. The proper alignment of the lower extremity is important when running since all of the ground forces travel into your body from the feet up. READ MORE
A bone growth should be assess by an orthopedic surgeon. Advanced imaging may be required along with a biopsy to determine the nature of the growth. READ MORE
Yes, a Chiropractor that specializes in extremity conditions would be recommended for your son. Some Chiropractors only adjust the spine and although that is very helpful, your son needs additional assessments of his lower extremities. A complete history and exam would be required to fully assess your son and provide you possible treatment options. READ MORE
Pins and needles usually indicate nerve compression. Depending on the location of the pins and needles, it could range from a disc issue to local nerve compression. A full history and exam would be required to differentiate your condition. It may also be indicated to have X-rays and possible MRI to assess your situation. READ MORE
Chiropractic care may be an option for you. It would require taking a full history and X-rays to fully assess your situation. You may have what is called thoracic outlet syndrome. It has many causes, from a cervical rib to upper rib subluxations. There are other conditions that can also cause your symptoms, and only a full assessment would be able to determine your situation and a treatment plan. READ MORE
Yes, this is a common problem. Ribs should be adjusted by a chiropractor trained in extremity adjusting. Depending on the extent of her fall she may do well with a low force instrument technique such as activator. READ MORE
Exercising with gout can be very painful. It should be recommended to treat the gout symptoms first and then ultimately find the cause of your gout. I would express extreme caution with exercising with active gout. The gout crystals in the joint space can cause further pain and additional injury to the surrounding tissue. Consult your medical doctor for gout treatments and before starting any home exercise program. READ MORE
Yes, a Chiropractor can help with posture and possible developmental issues. The correction of the spinal dysfunction will help with posture and pain. It will be necessary to continue Chiropractic care along with home exercises and postural correction techniques to maintain the benefits. There are very few risks with chiropractic care and is safe for all ages. READ MORE
Yes, Chiropractic care is very helpful for all ages, especially during pregnancy. Chiropractors in general see all types of patients including pregnant women and new born children. There are chiropractors that specialize in prenatal care https://icpa4kids.com/ can help you find a chiropractor in your area. READ MORE
Yes, the first step to finding spinal deformity is to take an X-ray. You will see structural issues on an X-ray provided the X-rays are a full series of the area of involvement. Soft tissue would require additional imaging such as CT or MRI. READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Professional Society Memberships
- American Chiropractic Association
What do you attribute your success to?
- Having pain and ailments that were not corrected until treated by a chiropractor. Then she concentrated on extremities to help patients be pain free.
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