- August 11, 2017

Ringing in Your Ears? Discover Chiropractic May Have The Answer


The human body is an amazing thing. Apparently ringing in your ears often can be remedied by chiropractic adjustment — who knew?!? Well, Dr. Brian Clark at Discover Chiropractic knew. And this Austin chiropractor is ready to get your spine aligned to help you with a wide range of problems including tinnitus, neck pain, headaches, numbness in your limbs, and TMJ (a.k.a. lockjaw).

“Tinnitus is the term for buzzing or ringing in the ears. Short-term tinnitus is very common, but about 10 to 17 percent of the population experience chronic symptoms,” Clark told Austin.com. “Many studies have associated tinnitus with stress and also with chronic pain. Chiropractic has shown many clinical improvements in these cases and should be considered as a primary treatment.”

You may come in with tinnitus, but in all likelihood, you’ll leave feeling better than before your tinnitus appeared. At Discover Chiropractic, Dr. Clark and Dr. John McClelland can introduce you to chiropractic care and all the benefits it can bring you beyond merely fixing your problem at hand.

“Our office is relaxed and welcoming. People often thank us for how stress-free their process is with us. We strive to make it as easy as possible for someone to come in for care,” Clark said. “We are very efficient with our processes, so there is rarely a wait. Expect to come in, get a great adjustment, and be on with your day! No long waits, unnecessary paperwork, or time consuming electric therapies. We are focused on getting people adjusted so they can live healthier and happier lives.”

This commitment to healthier and happier lives was developed in Clark a long time ago. “As a young kid, age 10, my father became very ill and spent several months in the hospital. He went through months of physical therapy, and during his recovery I would often go to the rehab center to ride the exercise bikes and stretch with him. I knew at that age I wanted to help people be healthy, I just wasn’t sure how,” Clark said.

In high school a few years later, Clark discovered how through his experience as a high school athlete needing chiropractic care.

“I got into chiropractic while I was a young, competitive tennis player and thought it was great how much chiropractic can help athletes. After beginning practice I realized that chiropractic was really helpful for all sorts of people, not just athletes,” Clark said. “Most people sit in front of a computer for hours and hours every day, and it takes a toll on their spines and bodies. Chiropractic adjustments can reduce the toll of the repetitive stress caused by sitting at a computer. We get great results with office workers who work in front of a monitor for hours each day and develop carpal tunnel, shoulder pain, neck stiffness, and tension headaches.”

Austin chiropractor Dr. Brian Clark of Discover Chiropractic

Austin chiropractor Dr. Brian Clark of Discover Chiropractic examines a patient.

Whether you’re an elite athlete, couch potato, or somewhere along the continuum between the two, chiropractic care could be just the type of treatment to ease your pain. If you’re still on the fence, Discover Chiropractic has an easy, no-commitment way for you to explore whether chiropractic care is right for you.

“We offer a free consultation to all new patients. This allows for someone to set up an appointment with us, discuss their problem with the doctor, and make sure that this is something that both the doctor can help with and that the patient is comfortable with. We want to make sure it’s a good fit for everyone involved,” Clark said.

What do you have to lose? Call Discover Chiropractic at (512) 288-7000 to book your free consultation.

Featured photo provided by Discover Chiropractic.