Gilbert AZ Chiropractor Pain Relief Sports Injury Therapy Services Launched

Gilbert, Arizona chiropractic office Living Well Chiropractic announced the availability of new chiropractic therapies for conditions including neck, back and shoulder pain, headaches, sports injuries and others.

Gilbert, United States - November 20, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Living Well Chiropractic, a chiropractic office based in Gilbert, Arizona, updated its services to provide chiropractic adjustments, postural screenings, nutritional and lifestyle advice, and a variety of other solutions. The practice works with patients suffering from neck, back, and shoulder pain, sports injuries and other health issues, offering personalized therapy plans to respond to the needs of each patient.

More information can be found at

Chiropractic therapies have grown in popularity in recent years, as more and more people are discovering the benefits of working with a professional chiropractor to alleviate their musculoskeletal problems.

Living Well Chiropractic provides a full range of chiropractic solutions for patients in Gilbert and the surrounding areas.

The new service update allows the practice to offer state-of-the-art chiropractic adjustments based on the latest medical discoveries. Using advanced spinal correction techniques, the Gilbert chiropractors are able to provide safer and more effective therapies.

As well as benefiting from a complete in-office therapy session, patients also receive a personalized exercise plan developed according to their specific health issues. Each plan features a series of exercises designed to strengthen the musculoskeletal system and focus on specific problematic areas, thus helping each patient experience better flexibility and mobility.

Finally, Living Well Chiropractic also provides lifestyle and nutritional advice to help patients achieve a healthier, more productive lifestyle.

The recent update is part of the practice’s commitment to offering cutting-edge chiropractic therapies for patients of all ages. Its constant dedication to service quality has earned it a reputation as one of the areas leading chiropractic providers.

A satisfied patient said: “I have been to several chiropractors over the years but have never achieved results as quickly as I have with Dr Campbell. His treatment plan is working well and I have relief in the first week of treatment from muscle pain and stiffness and increased range of motion in my neck and shoulders.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Dave Campbell
Organization: Living Well Chiropractic
Address: 1034 N. Gilbert Rd., Suite 1, Gilbert, AZ, 85234, USA, Gilbert, AZ 85234, United States
Phone: +1-480-539-2774

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Source: PressCable

Release ID: 447214

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