Clewiston Chiropractic Care

Don’t just treat the symptoms, adjust the cause! Chiropractic therapy is widely accepted as one of the safest forms of treatment available for pain. Chiropractic care is drug-free, non-invasive and treats pain of the back, neck, joints of the arms or legs, and chronic headaches. The risk associated with chiropractic therapy is very small, and many patients feel immediate relief. On top of being one of the safest forms of therapy, it is also one of the most effective! Patients who suffer from acute injury-induced pain or chronic joint and back pain get back on their feet much quicker than other forms of therapy or medical intervention.

Injury Treatment in Clewiston

Many people schedule a consultation with our Clewiston chiropractor after an acute injury, such as a sports injury or an auto injury. Our chiropractor will perform necessary manipulations to correct misalignment of the spine and can perform massage therapy to loosen the muscles that were injured. For most injuries, chiropractic treatment will also include a series of stretches and exercises that help to speed up recovery and prevent future injuries. Dr. Cohen is an injury specialist who employs an integrated approach to chiropractic treatment. Injury Center of the Glades staff is well versed in handling insurance claims and offer emergency chiropractic treatment 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There is no need to suffer from the pain of an injury until Monday morning; call us now!

Chiropractic Treatment in Clewiston

Chiropractic care offers natural, holistic healing for patients who suffer from various conditions. While most people mistakenly believe that chronic musculoskeletal pain is just a part of getting older, this simply isn’t true! While chronic pain is more prevalent as we age, it has more to do with the use (or misuse) or our bodies and the stress we carry. Many times, chronic pain of the neck, back, and extremities is due to an underlying cause, such as spinal stenosis — narrowing of the spinal canal which results in nerve compression — or osteoarthritis. Chiropractic treatment for chronic conditions may include spinal manipulation, traction, stretching and exercises, and massage.