Best Glendale Chiropractors



306 doctors found for 'Chiropractor in Glendale, Arizona and surrounding areas.

1
Diane Koch
Chiropractor
Peoria, Arizona 85382
623-512-4040
3.5
 mi.
2
Scott Timko
Chiropractor
Phoenix, Arizona 85053
602-863-3345
4.0
 mi.
3
Randall Leraaen, D.C., M.U.
Chiropractor
Phoenix, Arizona 85050
(602) 923-3563
10.8
 mi.
4
Russell Berg, D.C., C.C.
Chiropractor
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
(602) 953-1900
10.9
 mi.
5
Anthony Andrew
Chiropractor
Surprise, Arizona 85374
623-566-7976
11.7
 mi.
6
Alan Immerman
Chiropractor
Phoenix, Arizona 85028
602-368-9496
12.4
 mi.
7
George Kukurin , DC DACAN
Chiropractor
Avondale, Arizona 85392
(623) 547-4727
17.1
 mi.
8
George Kukurin , DC DACAN
Chiropractor
Avondale, Arizona 85392
(623) 547-4727
17.1
 mi.
9
John Thoma, DC
Chiropractor
Tempe, Arizona 85282
(623) 349-4728
23.6
 mi.
10
Michael Schloemp
Chiropractor
Chandler, Arizona 85224
480-899-9855
29.9
 mi.
1- 10 of 306 Chiropractor in Glendale, Arizona





Chiropractic Care Information:

Chiropractic medicine is an alternative form of medicine which focuses on disorders in the musculoskeletal system, particularly the spine, with the hypothesis that these disorders affect health by means of the nervous system.

Chiropractors use techniques which involve manual therapy (which includes the manipulations of the spine, joints and tissues), exercise, and health and lifestyle counseling. Conditions relating to chiropractic medicine that are treated by chiropractors include lower back pain, neck pain, headache, and other pain conditions.

Chiropractor Frequently Asked Questions


What Conditions does a Chiropractor Treat?

Chiropractors are experts trained in the neuromusculoskeletal system that diagnose and treat disorders of the spine and other body joints. The vast majority of conditions treated relate to back, neck and head pain. A chiropractor may treat allergies, asthma, back aches and pain, carpal tunnel, elbow pain, fibromyalgia, headaches, hip pain, joint pain and problems, knee pain, lower back pain, muscle tightness and stiffness, neck pain, sciatica, shoulder pain, sports injuries, stress, and TMJ.

What Procedures do Chiropractors Perform?

The most common procedure performed by a chiropractor is known as "spinal manipulation," or "chiropractic adjustment." Manipulation, or adjustment of the affected areas restores motion, alleviates pain and muscle tightness, and allows tissues to heal.

Chiropractors use their hands for most treatments and also use other methods such as heat, light, specialized adjusting instruments, ultrasound, electrotherapy, personalized exercise programs, muscle-testing and balancing. Your chiropractor can also give you information and guidance on how you can stay healthy through proper nutrition, exercise and lifestyle changes.

When Should I See a Chiropractor?

Some patients seek treatment from a chiropractor for wellness care, some to maintain mobility, some for pain relief, and others to maintain joint function and a healthy spine. You may be a good candidate for a visit to the chiropractor if you suffer from chronic joint or muscle pain that doesn't go away with medication, if you've suffered an injury which you're still feeling pain from, if you feel worse after a hard workout or sports activity, if your current job requires you to spend hours sitting, or if you're looking for a non-intrusive, non-surgical solution to muscle and joint pain.

Will Insurance Cover a Chiropractor Visit?

Yes, chiropractic treatments are included in most health insurance plans. Contact your insurance provider to confirm availability with your specific plan as all coverage is different.

What Should I Consider When Choosing a Chiropractor?

When selecting a local chiropractor, here are a few questions to ask:

  • Does your office accept my insurance?
  • Are you licensed?
  • If I notice a problem, how quickly can I get an appointment?
  • Do you offer evening or weekend hours?
  • How many years have you been practicing chiropractic care?
  • How many times a week or month must I come for care or readjustment?
  • Will I be seeing you or an assistant when I visit?
  • Do you have patient references available?

Finding a Chiropractor

Start your search right here on ThirdAge.com. Find local chiropractors near you, read reviews from other users, view ratings, or compare other important information. You can also ask friends, colleagues, or other people you know for a recommendation. You may also call your state's board to see if the chiropractor is licensed or has any complaints against them.