Chance Moore is one of the only chiropractors in the state of Arizona to be accepted as a member of NASS. The North American Spine Society (NASS) is a dynamic, multi-disciplinary medical society that promotes spine research, educates spine care professionals, assists its members to provide high quality, cost-effective care for patients with spinal disorders, and informs the public about spine health issues.
Dr. Moore brings his experience of working with non-surgical, computerized spinal decompression. Decompression is a non-surgical procedure developed for the treatment of painful and disabling spinal disorders caused by disc herniations, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, and facet osteoarthritis. This scientifically-proven treatment relieves pressure within the spine by achieving decompression of intervertebral discs and facet joints.
Dr. Moore is also certified in active release technique. ART is a soft tissue movement-based technique that is extremely effective for accurately defining the diagnosis and effectively treating repetitive strain injuries and strain/sprain type injuries. This technique is performed by licensed medical professionals who have completed post-graduate training courses and passed rigorous written and practical examinations. ART is very effective for the treatment of carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, rotator cuff, hand conditions (numbness/tingling), sciatic nerve, sprain/strains of the neck, low back conditions, shin splints, and many foot conditions.
Dr. Moore has been practicing in Arizona since 2002. He is licensed by the Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners and holds the board-certified specialties of acupuncture and physiotherapy. He has earned his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist designation. The CSCS® program was initiated in 1985 to identify individuals who possess the knowledge and skills to design and implement safe and effective strength and conditioning programs.
Dr. Moore has had extensive training in functional capacity evaluations as well as computerized spinal strength and computerized gait analysis. Computerized gait analysis allows the doctor to see if there are any foot or gait abnormalities that might be causing your pain. If any problems are detected with your foot or gait cycle, custom-made foot orthotics and a specific rehabilitation program could help address your ongoing pain.