Miami Chiropractor

Miami ChiropractorMiami Chiropractor Dr. Garrett Weinstien and Dr. Dean Zusmer treats all injuries including auto injuries,  back pain, neck pain, pain in the joints of the arms or legs, headaches, and nerve damage. Call (305) 450 2952 FREE ! Back pain can be debilitating.

In Miami 75 % of people will experience back pain at some point in their life. Lower back pain is extremely common for people of all ages, often triggered by some combination of overuse, strain, or injury. Occasionally, a spinal disc may rupture or bulge outward, causing pressure on the nerves located in the lumbar region. In some cases back pain can result in sciatica. If you believe you might have Sciatica, there are a list of symptoms on our page titled Backaches & Sciatica.

Miami ChiropractorHeadaches are another symptom of untreated neck and spine injuries. In order to treat the headache effectively, it is important to correctly diagnose the type. One of the most common types of headaches originates due to tension and stress in the neck or cervical spine. This type of headache is very responsive to physical medicine and is something we have an effective history in treating.

We treat all auto injuries such as back pain, neck pain, pain in the joints of the arms or legs, headaches, and nerve damage. Back pain can be debilitating. In Miami Lakes 75 % of people will experience back pain at some point in their life. Lower back pain is extremely common for people of all ages, often triggered by some combination of overuse, strain, or injury. Occasionally, a spinal disc may rupture or bulge outward, causing pressure on the nerves located in the lumbar region. In some cases back pain can result in sciatica. If you believe you might have Sciatica, there are a list of symptoms on our page titled Backaches & Sciatica.

Our Chiropractors will ask questions to determine what issues are contributing to your discomfort as well as stress. Then, a plan can be laid out to eliminate those issues through chiropractic adjustments. Physical responses to stress are not to be taken lightly. An increase in blood pressure can increase the risk of heart attack or stroke. Panic attacks, anxiety, depression, and dementia are the nervous system’s response to stress. Stress can also cause chronic systemic inflammation which contributes to the development of many degenerative diseases. Regular adjustments have been proven to reduce stress levels.