Whether you're a professional golfer struggling with a nagging injury, an individual suffering the after-effects of an auto accident, or just someone who wants to help their family members remain as healthy and pain-free as possible for life, you've come to the right place at Whiplash Pain Center. Our Charleston and Summerville, SC chiropractor, Dr. Alykhan Shariff, can administer a number of natural, non-invasive healing modalities to help you get healthy, functional and comfortable again. Our services and techniques include:
Our chiropractor can employ precise chiropractic adjustments to correct alignment and positional problems in specific joints. This technique not only helps to relieve joint pain and stiffness; it can also normalize your spinal alignment, taking unnatural stresses off of your body and improving nervous system function.
Dry needling is a non-acupuncture method of inserting a needle into pain-generating areas of muscle tightness called trigger points. The needle doesn't inject medicine; instead, its mere presence relaxes the tension in the muscle fibers, relieving pain, and spasms.
Massage therapy works beautifully alongside chiropractic care and other techniques to ease pain, stress, inflammation, and muscle tightness. It also boosts blood and lymph flow for faster healing and better overall health.
Corrective exercises can help you regain flexibility or strength lost to an acute injury, surgery, or chronic condition. We can prescribe an individualized exercise program you can follow at home.
Are your eating and lifestyle habits impairing your health? We can provide valuable advice to help you support your ongoing wellness.
Doctor Shariff is a Titleist Performance Institute Certified Chiropractor, specially trained to address the medical and fitness needs of golfers -- he even provides chiropractic services for the PGA Tour. Whether your sport is golf, tennis, football, basketball, running, or some other activity, you'll benefit from our personalized sports injury plans.
An auto injury can hurt you in many different ways simultaneously, from herniated discs and sciatica to whiplash. We can devise a customized combination of chiropractic care, soft tissue therapies, physical therapy, and rehabilitation to suit your specific injuries, relieving pain, and restoring function the natural way.
Preventative care is the easiest means of keeping painful health problems out of your life. Our screenings can detect alignment issues caused by poor postural habits, weak muscles, joint subluxation, degenerative ailments or scoliosis.
Injuries can come in many shapes and forms and not all injuries are created equally. For this reason, it is important for everyone in the Charleston and Summerville, SC area to know where to go for injury concerns. It is important to find someone who will prioritize not only the rapid diagnosis of injuries but also the comprehensive treatment of them as well.
Back and neck pain can not only be debilitating but also makes it a challenge to live everyday life. If you suffer from back and neck pain in the Charleston, SC area, receiving chiropractic care can help reduce the pain you suffer from. At Whiplash Pain Center, a form of treatment we provide is laser therapy. The laser therapy process we office has the potential to help you today.
Dry Needling is a treatment technique often used by chiropractors and physical therapists to eliminate trigger points within muscles and other soft tissues. It requires using a sterile acupuncture needle that is inserted into the trigger point, causing an immediate "release" of the trigger point. This reduces pain, muscle tension, and increases mobility.
Whiplash is an injury that results from sudden acceleration-deceleration forces on the neck. The term encompasses a variety of issues affecting muscles, joints, bones, ligaments, discs, and nerves.
Dr. Shariff, owner of Whiplash Pain Center in Charleston, South Carolina has completed the Clinical Golf Program run by PSC and has the tools to evaluate spinal biomechanics, treating and rehabilitating injuries whether it be acute or chronic, helping golfers become more mobile yet stable to increase energy transfer from themselves to the ball.