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Poll: What Treatment Would You Choose?

Last Updated: July 6th, 2020 at 10:03 pm
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Visiting a ChiroCare of Florida chiropractor offers a plethora of benefits in addition to pain relief. One of the largest perks of visiting one of our eleven South Florida locations is the availability of so many treatments.

Our chiropractors understand that every spine was not created the same, therefore, each will require their own unique treatment plan. No two aches and pains are the same. So, given your current symptoms - from a pinched nerve or bulging disk, to irregular sleep cycles and limited range of motion - which treatment would you choose?

 

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As you navigate through your treatment plan, you will likely be more attracted towards specific treatments over others. At ChiroCare of Florida, we offer many treatments including therapeutic exercise consultations, acupuncture, massage therapy, hot laser, and manual therapy. These treatments are all designed to help you find pain relief and to restore your body’s overall wellbeing.

If you were to choose between our main treatments, which one would you choose? We know some days we gravitate towards a massage therapy session. But others we genuinely need help aligning our spine, and a manual treatment session through a chiropractic adjustment is the best way to get there.

Now, it is your turn. Visit a ChiroCare of Florida office today to experience one of our many treatments.

Poll: What Treatment Would You Choose?
About the Author:
Dr. Michael Levine
Dr. Michael Levine has been helping patients live pain free for over 20 years. His family-oriented practice focuses on getting every member of your family well. He is passionate about helping his patients maintain a state of wellness. Dr. Levine also educates families on what it takes to be healthier, and provides workshops in and out of the office to keep you up to date on the latest medical news.
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