What is your training?


After obtaining a four year Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Pittsburgh, Dr. Zock attended NYCC where she completed 221 credits to earn a doctorate in chiropractic (DC).

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What is a subluxation?


In simple terms, a subluxation is when a vertebra has lost its normal position. It can occur from physical, chemical, and mental stressors. Once one or more spinal vertebrae move out of position, it creates stress on nearby nerves. This prevents the body from functioning with ease. Our goal if you have subluxation is to [...]

What is a subluxation?2021-07-19T13:20:57-05:00

How safe is chiropractic care?


Chiropractic is widely recognized as one of the safest non-drug, noninvasive forms of health care available. Chiropractors use hands-on spinal manipulation and other alternative treatments. Manipulation is used to restore mobility to joints restricted by tissue injury caused by a traumatic event. The theory is that proper alignment of the body's musculoskeletal structure will enable the body [...]

How safe is chiropractic care?2021-07-19T13:20:40-05:00

Who should not use a chiropractor?


80% of the population will suffer from back pain or neck pain throughout their life. Most of these people would benefit from chiropractic care. Anyone with osteoporosis, (thinning of bones), should avoid a chiropractor. Since a chiropractor works with manipulating the spine, any person who has osteoporosis requires other attention compared to care a chiropractor [...]

Who should not use a chiropractor?2021-07-19T13:20:23-05:00

How does Chiropractic work?


Chiropractors treat conditions related to your body’s structure. Our goal is to relieve pain and improve function. Compared to prescribing drugs or doing surgery, we adjust or manipulate body parts to get them in the right position. Chiropractic care is based on the idea that when your body is in proper alignment, you have a [...]

How does Chiropractic work?2021-07-19T13:20:04-05:00

How do I know my back is out?


A thrown out back can result from physical activity such as lifting anything heavy or a sudden twist. Symptoms include: Muscle spasms when at rest or active Lower back pain Stiffness in the lower back Limited range of motion in the back Inability to maintain normal posture

How do I know my back is out?2021-07-19T13:19:44-05:00

What types of treatments do you do?


At Zock's, most treatments are manual (diversified) adjustments and muscle work (myofascial release and trigger point therapy). Dr. Zock also uses an activator, muscle stim, ultrasound, kinesio tape, and flexion distraction as needed. We also provide sports rehabilitation to help patients get back as soon as possible to their passion.

What types of treatments do you do?2021-07-19T13:19:26-05:00

How do you work with other medical professionals?


Doctors of chiropractic are trained to diagnose health care problems and refer out as needed. Dr. Zock often refers to primary care physicians for issues that are not musculoskeletal in nature and refer to orthopedists for further evaluation of musculoskeletal injuries.

How do you work with other medical professionals?2021-07-19T12:36:48-05:00
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