Back Pain Therapy Plymouth MI

The Center for Health and Wellness near Plymouth MI can be found at Dotto Family Chiropractic servicing the area of Plymouth MI. From the moment you step through our doors you will experience the difference as our experienced and well trained staff and doctors utilize the latest in Back Pain Therapy knowledge to begin your journey back towards health and healing.
 
Doctors Dotto, Rushford, and Malucci bring years of experience in Plymouth MI delivering relief to those suffering from headaches, neck pain, low back pain, sciatica, disc injuries and much more. Back Pain Therapy plans based on improving health, function, quality of life and getting actual correction and not just covering up symptoms will give you back the health and quality of life you have lost. Their whole body approach to treating patients along with the state of the art equipment and facility create the perfect recipe to get you Back Pain Therapy back on track. We are now accepting new patients in the Plymouth MI area, so give our Livonia office a call at (735) 266-8444 to set up your complementary consultation and experience the difference at Dotto Family Chiropractic.

We become less flexible with age and immobility (working at a Plymouth MI desk job, sitting in a car driving everyday) contributes to that as well. Swinging a golf club requires collaboration on the part of many joints from the feet up to the hands, including ankles, knees, hips, spine, elbows and wrists. Lack of flexibility contributes to many repetitive motion injuries in the joints. Back Pain Therapy care attempts to address, correct and prevent joint injuries.

We've been delivering quality Back Pain Therapy care to the Plymouth MI community since 2005. Our approach is simple. We believe that chiropractic health is among our most valuable possessions. And while we generally meet people after they've lost their health, our commitment is two-fold. We specialize in Back Pain Therapy.

At Plymouth MI Dotto Family Chiropractic, we use a Back Pain Therapy adjusting style commonly referred to as "Diversified." First, an analysis of your spine is performed. This can initially involve a case history and X-ray pictures of your spine. A special hand arrangement called a "pisiform contact" is used to deliver a specific thrust at the right place and the right time.

The autonomic nervous system is made up of the sympathetic Back Pain Therapy system that alerts the body when there is an emergency or danger. When this happens, your heart beats faster, your blood pressure rises, and your pupils dilate in what is called a "flight or fight" response. The parasympathetic system returns your Plymouth MI body to normal once the danger has passed.