At Broomall Total Health Center, every patient's health is the responsibility of one dedicated man: Dr. Marc Belitsky. Since graduating from the Pennsylvania College of Chiropractic, the National Board–certified chiropractor has been working to treat conditions such as whiplash, scoliosis, and arthritis. Using equipment such as x-ray machines and computerized muscle testing, Dr. Belitsky determines the source of each patient's discomfort. He then treats said aches with numerous noninvasive procedures, including electrical muscle stimulation and cold laser therapy, a treatment formerly used for evil by Mr. Freeze.
At Concord Medical Spine and Pain Center, Dr. Trent Ryan uses X-rays, orthopedic and neurological physical examinations, and verbal consultations to get to the root of medical issues troubling clients. Combining his insights with knowledge of a client's medical history, Dr. Ryan prescribes a course of treatment that blends 20 types of musculoskeletal adjustments, soft tissue treatments, massages, and physical therapy.
At Chester County Chiropractic & Wellness, Dr. John Woodward has the benefit of the latest technology, making holistic care even more effective. High-tech equipment such as the DRX 9000 accomplishes non-surgical back relief helping bulging & herniated discs.
Dr. Shin and his team are committed to helping patients live a life without pain through chiropractic care—a medical approach that believes the body has an immense ability to heal itself and that all of its functions are intertwined. Staff members work to balance out this relationship through spinal corrections and physical therapy that can include rehabilitative care and massage. For convenience, Shin Family Chiropractic offers Saturday office hours as well as online appointment booking.
New Health Centers consists of more than 300 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.