2 major reasons to see a chiropractor

Constant discomfort or sudden pain can lead you to seek relief from a health care professional.  A chiropractor may be the right provider to see for your care—even before pain starts.

 

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Dr. Ronald Weinstein, Pinecrest Wellness Center:  “Most often patients come in with musculoskeletal issues.  Some type of ache or pain.  Whether just woke up one morning feeling that they slept wrong or they bent down to tie their shoes or they slip down steps.  Most of the time, it is for pain-related condition.  Some patients actually choose acute care or relief care, and this is strictly about reducing their symptoms for what they came in for in the first place.  Others actually choose a more long term corrective approach, which we consider to be more reconstructive or wellness approach to care.  But every patient gets to choose that on their own.   One might also consider a preventative approach, actually coming in for a spinal evaluation to ensure that your posture and your nerve system are actually working at their peak.”

 

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See a chiropractor for:

Sudden pain

Corrective treatment

Check up prior to pain

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