Many people associate chiropractic care with sore backs. Jeremy Bernath, a doctor of chiropractic, ends up working with a much broader group of patients, though. At HealthStrong Chiropractic and Rehabilitation, he oversees a team working to treat carpal tunnel, headaches, and a range of other issues. Because the back is connected to so many other systems, simple adjustments to the spine or changes in posture can help. The crew also relies on a range of high-tech equipment, x-ray machines, and computers that aren't grossed out by the human body.
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At South Ontario Chiropractic, Doctor of Chiropractic Rod Melvin believes that chiropractic is about more than simple pain relief. It's about bringing the body back into a state of balance to prevent illness and pain to begin with. Relying on low-risk, noninvasive techniques instead of drugs and surgery, he gently corrects misaligned vertebrae. These adjustments help vertebrae function better, relieve tension, and may help many other functions of the body.
Doctor of Chiropractic Frank Castiglione has been realigning spines for nearly 20 years. In addition to fixing backs, his adjustments help alleviate migraines, hip pain, and sports injuries. When not in the office, he also serves as the athletics chiropractor for Upland High School and Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
With his training as a chiropractor and acupuncturist combined with expertise in herbal medicine and functional medicine and nutrition, Dr. Zimmerman has the knowledge and multiple tools to help you to obtain fast relief from pain or other health concerns!
In addition to his skilled hands, Doctor of Chiropractic Robert Chen of Life Chiropractic also has good ears. He uses them during consultations, listening to patients describe their issues and any concerns they may have about treatment options. There likely won’t be many worries, though, as each of Dr. Chen’s treatments is noninvasive and, like a fake illness used to get out of a pop quiz, does not require any medication.