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Chiropractic Natural Care Center

Chiropractor Focusing on Natural Healing to Achieve Optimal Wellness Care

Lauderhill chiropractor Dr. Richard Henry provides more than a decade of experience serving the families and athletes of our community. At our office, we believe that wellness starts with a healthy lifestyle and regular preventive chiropractic adjustments. That is why Dr. Henry treats patients of all ages, including children, because we know that proper alignment of the spine's vertebrae and discs will promote good posture, prevent injury and even help prevent certain illnesses and disease.

Although Dr. Henry believes that everyone can benefit from routine chiropractic services, many of his Lauderhill chiropractic patients visit our office suffering from back and neck soreness, stiff joints, numbness, and recurring headaches and migraines. X-rays and physical consultations often reveal that these symptoms are the result of an injury to the spine or neck.

Car accident injury patients, for example, may complain of whiplash, which is a compression of the vertebrae in the upper spine that can lead to chronic neck pain. Although whiplash is the most common car accident injury, problems can occur throughout the musculoskeletal system following an accident. Left untreated, they may lead to joint mobility issues, decreased or heightened nerve sensitivity, chronic pain, the build-up of scar tissue and many other complications.

Our Lauderhill chiropractor helps car accident injury victims and athletes suffering from sports injuries by using traditional manual adjustments, as well as techniques such as ProAdjuster and laser therapy. Results typically appear after just a few treatments, at which time patients may begin to feel less back and neck pain. With each adjustment, the discs and vertebrae in the spine become better aligned, which can in turn relieve pressure on the nerves.

Supplementing Chiropractor Adjustments with Massage Therapy and Acupuncture to Treat Neck and Back Pain

Our philosophy is to take a natural approach to wellness and healing, which is why we offer more than just standard chiropractic care to patients who are suffering from neck and back pain. Our office often uses physical therapy to help sports injury and car accident injury patients recover from lost mobility and muscle stiffness following an accident. Physical therapy exercises, in addition to nutritional counseling, are part of treatment and can be taught for at-home use between visits.

There are many types of people in Lauderhill that can benefit from a chiropractor, massage therapy and acupuncture. Both acupuncture and massage therapy can help relieve muscle tightness and tension, which may contribute to headaches and migraines. Not only do patients begin to feel less pain and symptoms with regular massage, but relaxed muscles also help make chiropractic treatment sessions more effective than without pain management therapy.

If you are looking for a Lauderhill chiropractor who can offer you comprehensive care and treatment for all of your musculoskeletal needs, call us for an appointment today. We look forward to meeting you soon!

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Chiropractic Natural Care Center

Available at 2 convenient locations

(1) 4492 North University Drive
Lauderhill, FL 33351

(2) 1625 SE 3rd Avenue, Suite 502
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
(Located in the Broward General Hospital)

Call Now 954.578.4443

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  • Meet Dr. Henry

    Dr. Richard Henry cares about family health and wellness and the well-being of parents and kids. He is friendly and outgoing, and easily creates personal relationships in all his activities. Dr. Henry and the Chiropractic Natural Care Center specialize in Chiropractic treatment for children and families. He is very knowledgeable in the treatment and management of sports-related injuries and has treated professional, college, and high school athletes.

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