POTS & Chiropractic


The patient reported on in the study was a 31-year-old female with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, POTS, since she was 16 years of age. She also had neck pain from working long hours. Her neck pain did not interfere with activities of daily living, but she did get tightness in her neck and upper back. She was on medication to balance her salt and water to normalize her blood pressure. She weaned herself off because of the way it made her feel.

The chiropractor examined her and found structural shifts (vertebral subluxations) in her neck, mid back, low back, and pelvis. She had decreased range of motion, tenderness, and muscle spasms.

Following chiropractic care, the frequency and intensity of POTS decreased, and her neck pain and upper back pain resolved. She was able to sit and work without pain.

Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ Volume, 2022.

Important Information Regarding Dr. Tai’s Injury

If you haven’t heard yet, Dr. Tai has broken her foot while playing soccer. Due to this, she will be limited in her abilities. We are so thankful to be able have another great Chiropractor to help us during this time. Thank you all for your patience and understanding!

Due to Dr. Tai’s injury, adjustments will be by appointment only on the following dates:

Monday, 9/26

Wednesday, 9/28 (PM only)

Monday, 10/3

Wednesday, 10/5 (PM only)

If you would like to get an adjustment on those dates/times, please make an appointment, by contacting the front desk thru phone, email, text, or in person. Spaces will be limited, as Dr. Tai does not have another Chiropractor during those times.

All other days not listed, will proceed as normal with walk-in adjustments.