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Dr. Matt R Wurst had never tried chiropractic care before the car accident. He was an active 16-year-old with a passion for sports and outdoor adventures—so, given his robust health, it was strange that the whiplash wouldn't go away. After exhausting traditional medical options, he turned to chiropractic. It cured his whiplash and changed his life. Now, Dr. Wurst has a degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic and a practice that he says has "been able to help many who had lost all hope."
He starts with a complimentary consultation, but from there, the treatment depends on the patient's needs and preferences. For some, corrective exercises and lifestyle advice may help ease chronic aches, while for others, 60-minute massages help loosen stiff muscles and relieve neck and back pain.