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Victorville Chiropractors Provide State of the Art Chiropractic Care
At Life Chiropractic, located in the heart of Victorville, our team is dedicated to providing state of the art therapeutic care. Our two Victorville chiropractors, Dr. James Boehmer and Dr. Edward Korthuis, have extensive experience administering advanced care to athletes, injury accident patients, and chronic pain sufferers. We provide care and pain relief for back pain, headache, neck pain, and injuries of all types. We often combine rehabilitation therapies and physiotherapy with the spinal adjustments for maximum results. At Life Chiropractic, our chiropractors have excellent reputations and commonly receive referrals from medical doctors. Additionally, we are happy to work alongside other medical professionals to help patients discover the most effective healing possible.
Victorville Chiropractic Care for Injury Accident
and Chronic Pain Conditions
At our Victorville chiropractic center, each chiropractor is experienced in providing comprehensive and advanced care for injury accident rehabilitation. Our chiropractors focus on relieving pain, reducing inflammation, and improving mobility for patients that have suffered an injury accident from a car collision, workplace incident or athletic event. Our methods of care include traditional spinal manipulations as well as advanced chiropractic methods.
All of our methods for pain relief and healing are 100-percent non-invasive and can assist with reducing and eliminating lower back pain, sciatica, neck pain, headache, and tingling or numbness in the extremities. In addition to spinal adjustments, we offer corrective exercise plans, physiotherapy plans that may include traction, cryotherapy (ice therapy), moist heat therapy, Electronic Muscle Stimulation (EMS), as well as spinal decompression therapy.
Our chiropractor can design a custom corrective exercise plan to help the body strengthen and heal following an injury or to reduce the symptoms of a chronic pain condition. In addition to the strengthening and healing benefits, the corrective exercises can help to prevent a re-injury in the future since the body will be stronger and better able to protect itself.
In some cases, rehabilitation and therapeutic techniques are part of the healing process. Often, for injury accident patients, the best ways to help speed up the healing and to complement the spinal adjustments from our chiropractor is physiotherapy and rehab procedures. Our combination of therapies encourages healing while increasing flexibility and reducing inflammation. Spinal decompression therapy is a non-invasive, non-surgical method of promoting natural healing for bulging and herniated discs. The therapy involves gentle stretching and relaxation cycles that guide the spinal discs back into alignment, while offering pain relief.
At Life Chiropractic, we accept most types of insurance, including Medicare and workers comp insurances.
Give us at call at 760-241-2000 today to find out more or to make an appointment!
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