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Dry Needle Therapy

Scottsville, KY

Discover natural pain relief with dry needle therapy and adjustments.

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Common Conditions

Explore various health conditions dry needle therapy often helps our patients with.

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Term used for pain felt in the head, upper neck, face, and eyes that range in severity from mild to severe or debilitating.

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Low Back Pain

Movement, sensitivity, and pain occurs when one or more of the 31 complex nerve pairs disrupt signals to the brain.

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Specific causes are largely unknown but it’s thought to be the result of abnormal brain activity which affects nerve signals.

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Neck Pain

The neck connects the central nervous system to the torso and is supported by muscles, when strained or injured, cause pain.

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Shoulder Pain

Pain can suddenly appear or develop over time due to injury, overuse, overexertion, or from underlying conditions.

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Upper Back Pain

Often caused by muscle strains, pain can signal something wrong with the spine and its supporting structures and tissues.

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Patient results may vary

Unbelievable Success

Hear what some of our patients have to say about their experience and results.

Achieve Freedom

Go from limited mobility and restless nights to conquering the day and snoooozin' all night.

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Unearth The Root Cause

Our team will investigate what's causing your pain through a judgement-free conversation, chiropractic exam, and x-rays*.

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Experience Personalized Care

Learn what's causing your pain, set new health goals, and begin your unique treatment plan with a gentle or firm adjustment.

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Navigate Life's Challenges

Pair your quick adjustments with complementary advice and therapies that promote muscle synergy for longer-lasting relief.

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High-Quality Healthcare

Short office visits, friendly atmosphere, affordable treatment plans, and 100% natural techniques.

Insurance Accepted

We accept most major insurance carriers, but contact us to see if your plan covers chiropractic care.

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Spend Less & Live More

Sufferers saved 20% on healthcare costs by initiating care with a chiropractor versus a medical doctor.**

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Frequently Asked Questions

Calm your nerves with answers to the most commonly asked questions among new patients.

Do I have to be popped during my treatment?

Simply put, no. There are many adjusting techniques chiropractors use to remove nerve interference. Let the doctor know if you're concerned about being "popped."

Does it hurt to be adjusted by a chiropractor?

Most patients report painless adjustments. However, some experience involuntarily stiffness due to resisting the adjustment. This usually stops once they're able to relax.

How long does the average office visit take?

The first visit usually requires 30 to 45 minutes of a new patient's time. The following appointments usually last 10 to 15 minutes.

What's the difference between a chiropractor and a medical doctor?

Chiropractors remove nerve interference by correcting the spine's position. A medical doctor often refers patients to prescription drugs or surgery for pain management.