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Welcome to Long Chiropractic Rehab Center!

Dr. Lisa Long has a long standing policy of taking any auto accident patient on the same day of their accident. All you need to do is call (813) 930-6112 for a same day apointment.

Long Chiropractic will provide you with the soothing environment to start you on your way to recovering from you auto injury and on the same day. Dr. Long is known for providing individualized treatment as well as her personal touch while emphasizing education on overall Health and Wellness.
 
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Dr. Lisa A. Long

Long Chiropractic's calm and soothing environment is where healing not only begins physically but also with the mind and spirit. Each patient receives individualized treatment and we emphasize education on overall Health and Wellness.
 
Dr. Lisa Long views her patients as part of her family.  Her goal is to relieve your pain and help you maintain a healthy lifestyle painfree.  She utilizes chiropractic spinal & extremity adjustments, massage therapy, physical therapy as well as stretching and strengthening.  Whatever your injury:  auto accident, sports, work related or you slip and fall, Dr. Long can help you.
 
 
We also are happy to assist the Latino and Hispanic community. 
Spanish is also spoken.

Office Phone (813) 930-6112
Office Fax (813) 930-6332
E-Mail: frontdesk@long-chiropractic.com 
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Chiropractors, Ground Zero Heroes
The atrocities of September 11, 2001 have affected us all. Stress levels are high. A 16% increase in prescriptions for "mood regulators" has occurred since the tragedy. Most people are at a loss as to how they can help. Like many Americans, chiropractors have donated blood and made substantial donations to the Red Cross relief fund.

However, for a growing number of chiropractors, "how to help" immediately meant doing the thing they do best: to give chiropractic adjustments to the workers at the site of the World Trade Center.



Closed Mouthed About Jaw Pain
TMJ disorder (or just "TMJ" or "TMD") is the name used for several conditions that affect the jaw (technical term for jaw: Temporo Mandibular Joint). Sufferers of TMJ may have difficulty opening and closing their mouths, especially when trying to speak and chew. TMJ can also cause clicking noises, muscle tightness, earaches and rushing or ringing in the ears, a feeling of the jaws grinding or grating, and pain. Headaches, shoulder, and neck pain can also be associated with this disorder and may be the first thing noticed before TMJ sets in. Muscle spasms, tenderness and swelling of the face and neck can also accompany TMJ.


Fender Benders and Back Pain
Recently, a patient came in and reported that, for some reason, he "just wasn't feeling right". We discussed his life over the last couple of weeks and figured out, to me, the obvious reason for his back pain flaring up.

It seems this fellow was in a minor "fender bender" a couple weeks previous. He said it really wasn't much of an accident and there was very little damage to the car. He took his car in "just in case" and the only repair necessary was to have the wheels realigned. He added that he felt no physical discomfort at all right after the accident so he figured he was "OK".



MY FEET ARE KILLING ME
The American people are always on the go. We rush from place to place to complete those important errands. We'll run to catch a taxi, a bus or a train. Then, there's our after work jog that has become almost a religious commitment for us.

What do these examples have in common? You're right! They all put pressure on our feet. When we run, we put stress on our feet. When we walk, there are those feet again leading us wherever we go!




The Structure of the Skull