Chiropractic is truly holistic health care. The fundamental principal of Chiropractic is the body has an innate intelligence born inside it that heals and maintains health unless hindered. Doctors at Precision Pain Relief Center are experts at correcting nerve pressure that can prevent the body healing itself.
How We Help
- Computer Aided Precision Spinal Adjuster
- Dynamic Video/Motion X-ray Examinations (This will launch you into a new website)
- Nutritional Advice
- DNA testing
What Our Chiropractic Patients Have Said
With over a hundred written reviews online, here are three inspiring Chiropractic stories...
- "I am so grateful, and can't thank Dr. Capoferri and his staff enough for helping me to become pain free and thereby enjoying my life again!" - Sandy H.
- "I am continuing to play basketball and haven't re-injured my back. Your work not only improved my back but unlocked my shoulder and hips. I am now starting to shoot golf scores which I haven't shot in years and I am having fun in both sports again. " - Brian
- "Since my first treatment my life has changed drastically. I'm not in constant pain any longer. My overall health has improved because I'm able to exercise now." - Kathy J.
Doctors of Chiropractic (D.C.) comprise the second largest health care profession with over 50,000 practitioners in the U.S. They earn the title “doctor” along with Medical Doctors (M.D.), Doctors of Osteopathy (D.O.), and Dentists (D.D.S. and D.M.D.).
The educational process leading to the title Doctor of Chiropractic is similar to that of an M.D. or D.O.In order to obtain a D.C. degree, a student must complete several years of pre-chiropractic studies at a college or university followed by four academic years of Chiropractic education (totaling a minimum 7 years of study). The Chiropractic student’s last year is spent in a clinical internship (similar to M.D. or D.O. “rotations”). During this time the Chiropractic intern, under the supervision of a licensed D.C., will consult, examine and treat patients in a clinic setting. Upon graduation and earning the Doctor of Chiropractic degree, a state licensing exam must be passed in order to practice.
Chiropractic students study many of the same textbooks as Medical and Osteopathic students. As a matter of fact, a Chiropractic student accumulates more course hours in anatomy, physiology, biomechanics (how the body moves), neurology, and nutrition than their Medical and Osteopathic colleagues.
About Our Process
As you consider Precision Pain Relief Center, you may wonder what to expect from your experience. We also understand the tension you are facing as you select a provider to help you with your situation. To help reassure you, we have our process outlined below so you know what to expect on our journey together.