Ring, ring, buzz, buzz… oh no, spinning head! If only this was a title to a children’s book rather that an affliction that affects millions of people worldwide. Ringing in the ear, dizziness and vertigo are common symptoms of Meniere’s disease. This is a condition of the inner ear that is often linked to a […]
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About Dr. Ed McCullough DC.
Dr. Ed McCullough grew up in the Pacific Northwest and is thrilled to be back. After receiving his undergraduate degree from Arizona State University, he continued his education receiving his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at the prestigious Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. While earning his degree, he served as president of the student body and of his graduating class. He then settled in Middle Tennessee to serve those communities because of the lack of his brand of patient-centric care. “It was an honor to serve Middle Tennessee and introduce them to the wonderful benefits of family care and restoring function to those in need.” Dr.McCullough has been providing unique and special services for those suffering with chronic conditions for nearly a decade to patients who came from over four states to receive specific chiropractic care to restore their health. Dr. McCullough works top to bottom to help restore patients health. Dr. McCullough has previously been featured on the Nashville major networks discussing health and wellness care and carried his own radio show discussing options for holistic health care.
Dr. Ed McCullough has a passion for serving people and enjoys seeing patients of all ages. He serves whole family care as well as specialty cases. He is experienced in several techniques with additional training to the head, neck and TMJ areas with the sole purpose of serving patients and providing options for conservative care for all conditions that involve the spine and nervous system. This additional training allows him to deliver spinal adjustments with the most delicate touch while helping to restore the body balance. Dr. McCullough thrives on helping patients with chronic conditions regain health… especially those that have lost hope because other measures have failed. He finds joy in servings patients from newborns to retirees with high levels of success involving some of the most difficult cases including head and neck pain, back pain, post surgical spinal surgery syndrome, seizure disorder cases, Headaches and Migraines, Whiplash, TMJD and much more. Its not uncommon for a patient to say, “I have lived with that condition most of my life, I wish I would have found you sooner.” Dr. McCullough views each person as unique and works with each patient to achieve their optimum healing potential.
The McCullough’s have three children and on the weekends you will see them out at community events, festivals, the farmers market, a dog park, or sporting events. They can often be spotted cheering at a race or on the sidelines of a soccer field on the weekends. They love the outdoors which was part of the reason they chose beautiful Southern Oregon.
Entries by Dr. Ed McCullough DC.
Have you, or someone you know, been told by a provider that they could not help you and that your problem is psychosomatic “It’s all in your head.” Maybe… but the problem might just be YOUR HEAD. Anyone that has suffered with chronic head and neck pain or back pain or headaches/migraines or has lived […]
There has been a lot of talk about concussions over the last few years. The light was finally cast on the elephant in the room… CONCUSSIONS CAN KILL! What?! Say that again… Isn’t that just sensationalism…? Concussions don’t really kill people… do they? It turns out concussions are not as benign as once thought. In […]
Clearly, we all have expectations (or at least a desire) of integrity, competency and caring with every encounter especially in healthcare. However, after a text-distracted driver crossed the double yellow line and hit my mom in a head-on collision, the desire became an immediate need. After the initial stay in the ICU, where they truly […]