Common Injuries Following a Car Accident | Renton Chiropractors

Car accidents happen, even for the safest drivers. According to the 2015 Annual Collision report by WSDOT, a crash occurs every 4.5 minutes. Furthermore, a person is injured from a crash every 11 minutes. After a car crash, there’s a lot that you have to deal with, including but not limited to insurance companies, law… Read more »

Is Chiropractic Care Safe for Older Adults | Renton Chiropractic Clinic

As we age, we often notice unwelcome changes in our body that affect our ability to enjoy daily activities. Back pain and decreased range of motion is a common problem among older adults. The good news is that chiropractic care offers several benefits to seniors. Our doctors at Petett Chiropractic provide a range of services… Read more »

Getting Your Body Ready for Winter | Renton Chiropractic Clinic

Winter is coming to the Pacific Northwest, with the temperature getting colder and ice starting to form. In fact, many people have started to break out the skiing and snowboarding equipment for trips up to the slopes. Unfortunately, winter is a common time for injuries that may require chiropractic care. At Petett Chiropractic, we would… Read more »

Healthy Alternatives to Opioids for Chronic Pain | Renton Chiropractors

Chronic pain, defined as any pain that lasts longer than three months, is currently the leading cause of long-term disability. One of the most common treatments for chronic pain is opioid prescriptions. However, opioids can do more harm than good. As evident in the increasing opioid epidemic in United States, opioid prescriptions can lead to… Read more »

Happy National Chiropractic Health Month from Petett Chiropractic

October brings upon fall colors, the smell of cider and pumpkin all around and everyone begins to feel the swing of the holidays coming right around the corner. However, what most people don’t know is that October is also National Chiropractic Health Month. This year’s theme is Back to Basics. Here at Petett Chiropractic, we… Read more »