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Mooresville Chiropractic Care Relieves Pain, Promotes Healing

Welcome to Advanced Health and Chiropractic! If you struggle with chronic back pain or neck pain, are recovering from an injury, or wish to enhance your well being through chiropractic, you have come to the right place! Our chiropractor, Dr. Ryan Robinson, has helped treat over 30,000 patients since 2000. Dr. Robinson's extensive experience treating patients ensures that he provides the best possible care tailored to your individual pain and injury needs.

Mooresville chiropractor offers healing services and careMooresville Chiropractor Treats Back and Neck Pain,
Sports Injuries and Auto Injuries

Our approach to wellness is different from traditional medical care. We don't rely on prescription painkillers to "cover up" pain or use invasive surgical procedures. Instead, our chiropractor treats each patient with hands-on adjustments that correct the underlying cause for your pain. By restoring alignment to the musculoskeletal system, Dr. Robinson can help your body heal, providing long-lasting pain relief.

We recognize that each patient has unique injury and pain needs. That's why Dr. Robinson uses a variety of chiropractic adjustment techniques, including Diversified, Gonstead, Cox, Motion Palpation, CBP, Activator, Thompson and A.R.T. These techniques are all gentle and conservative treatment methods that correct underlying misalignment. For example, Activator Methods like the Thompson Technique use targeted, low-thrust adjustments to precisely correct misalignment. These treatments also utilize your own body weight to restore alignment, which increases effectiveness and patient comfort.

Chiropractic adjustment is a safe and effective treatment for an auto accident injury like whiplash, sports injuries and workplace injuries. A herniated disc is one of the most common types of back injuries and can lead to chronic back pain and sciatica. While medication can provide temporary relief, as long as a herniated disc is compressing the sciatic nerve, patients will continue to experience pain. Adjustments like the Thompson Technique can safely restore alignment to the spine and relieve pressure on the sciatic nerve, providing long-term pain relief.

In addition to chiropractic adjustment, we provide comprehensive wellness services including nutrition counseling, lifestyle advice, corrective exercises, massage therapy and spinal & postural screenings. Wellness is not merely the absence of injury or pain, but is achieved when all your body systems work together in harmony. The right balance of nutrients and supplements, along with regular exercise, can help you achieve optimal well-being. Our lifestyle counseling is designed for patients who wish to optimize their overall health and take the next step forward in their wellness journey.

If you are the victim of an auto accident injury or are struggling with chronic pain, you deserve immediate, effective relief. Unfortunately, prescription painkillers only provide temporary relief, and can lead to long-term dependency. Without effective treatment, your injury will continue to get worse. Our Mooresville chiropractor Dr. Robinson is here to help.

Our Mooresville chiropractic center is conveniently located to serve the communities of Lake Norman, Cornelius, Troutman and Statesville. Schedule a diagnostic appointment today by calling (704) 664-1333.

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "So glad I found The Joint...affordable chiropractic care that is helping my low back issues. No appointments and low wait times. The front desk is super sweet and helpful!"
    Serena E.
  • "We've been patients at this location since they opened & have been extremely happy with the care that we receive from the Drs. They are knowledgeable & caring. Wait times are minimal."
    Melissa A.

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