Your Lynchburg chiropractor to trust is at Palmer Chiropractic Center. Chiropractors have studied the musculosketal system and all its bones and muscles and ligaments in all respects. Chiropractors scrutinized the nervous system and all its nerves and nerve cells and fibers intensely. Our Lynchburg chiropractor knows how elegantly these systems work when they are "on" and how painful they can be when they're not.
Your Lynchburg chiropractor studied for at least 7 years to comprehend the biomechanics of the body and its spine as well as the conditions that may arise when it's not functioning properly. During school, we soon-to-be chiropractors really focused on analyzing issues that may cause pain, particularly in the spine and extremities. And our Lynchburg chiropractor relished the time spent studying the causes of lower back pain, leg pain, neck pain, arm pain and headaches!
Then, armed with all this knowledge, your Lynchburg chiropractor learned an array of non-drug and non-surgical chiropractic care treatments to relieve these painful conditions. After careful study in school and in post-graduate continued study, your Lynchburg chiropractor chose to focus on the proper application of the chiropractic Cox Technic system of spinal manipulation. Why? It's because it has some of the highest-quality, scientific research behind it. Its biomechanical effects are documented. The federally funded studies from the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration detail just how our chiropractic treatment reduces spine-related pain.
Trust your Lynchburg chiropractor at Palmer Chiropractic Center to do a thorough examination, to diagnose the abnormalities causing pain, and to set a chiropractic treatment plan to get you back to a healthy state so you can do your normal Lynchburg activities once again.
Contact your Lynchburg chiropractor at Palmer Chiropractic Center today!
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