Gold Beach Chiropractic | Dr. Jen Wilhelm, DC


A cry from the human body for a change and help to make that change.


Pain is a complex sensory and emotional experience that is felt in response to tissue damage, injury, or inflammation. It can range from mild discomfort to severe agony and can affect individuals physically, emotionally, and psychologically. It can be exhausting and also feel like a futile attempt to get help when it seems like nothing else helps. often times people will go to a myriad of doctors and get tons of testing and a bunch of diagnoses and not feel better. This can leave somebody feeling hopeless and depressed. I have had a lot of experience with people getting chiropractic care, and starting to have positive results where they were able to start to manage their chronic pain and begin to experience joy being in their body, and in their lives again. I want this for you.


Arthritis is simply the state in which our joints are inflamed. The cause of that information can be structural or chemical. Chiropractic restores the proper motion of joints, and also helps the body heal any chemical abnormalities in the tissues.


Fibromyalgia is often triggered by an event that causes physical stress or emotional (psychological) stress. Possible triggers include: a serious injury, such as after a car accident. an infection, such as Epstein-Barr virus or Lyme disease. Chiropractic greatly decreases the intensity of the symptomatic states of fibromyalgia.


Headaches and migraines are usually from a structural or a hormonal imbalance. Both of these issues are greatly reduced from ongoing chiropractic care. It is often times after one adjustment of patient says that their headache is gone even while they’re in the office.


Sciatica is often times misdiagnosed and is caused from a chronic issue of being out of alignment in your lower back. There is a pressure on your nerves that caused pain down your legs. Simply, with chiropractic care, the nerves are less agitated, and pinched and sciatica simply disappears