Chiropractors/Experts

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John Quackenbush DC

U.S.
Available
Chronic pain syndromes such as Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Dizziness,Carpal Tunnel Syndromes,Headaches, Migraines,Chronic Low back pain,Chronic neck pain, Peripheral Neuropathy,Detoxification, EWOT exercise with Oxygen and Brain Based Therapy.

Gerald Anzalone, D.C.

Available
I can answer questions about musculoskeletal-based, evidence-based chiropractic practice.

Raymond Infanti

U.S.
Available
My expertise lies in the area of chiropractic and management of musculoskeletal related injuries. Although we have a family based practice our subspecialty is in the areas of sports injuries. We treat a large percentage of extremity related injuries such as those related to the foot, ankle, knee, hip, shoulder, elbow and wrist. We utilize Active Release Technique, Graston Technique, Kinesio and Spidertech Taping and Level IV Laser in our treatment protocols.

Dr.Brian McKay

U.S.
Available
I have experience with many different techinques utilized by different chiropractors. They all work but work differently. Some people respond better to different or a combination of techniques then to just one way of chiropractic. So I prefer open minded DC's who recognize our brother and sister chiropractors who work differently are helping patients with good solid chirocare. I can answer any question that comes up.

Dr. Brendon J. O`Brien, D.C.

U.S.
Available
Questions related to: Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, Soft Tissue Treatment, Nutrition, Acupuncture, and the integration of Chinese and Western medicine.

Timothy A. Peck, DC

U.S.
Available
Chiropractic orthopedics, sports injury care. Spinal decompression therapy.

Vishal Verma DC CCSP

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions about acute and chronic pain and their conservative management, sports injuries, back and neck pain, extremity pain, herniated/bulging discs, sciatica or other neurological issues, rehabilitation and fitness concerns, spinal decompression and cold laser therapy. I can't answer questions about specific medications and their prescription. I can give general information about them at best.

Nona Djavid

U.S.
Available
Can: Anything related to disorders of the nervous system or musculoskeletal system, the spine, neck pain, mid, upper, or lower back pain, joint pain, head aches, insomnia, trouble sleeping, tingling and/or numbness, coldness in joints or extremities, car accident or sports injuries, frequent urination, allergies, weakness in grip, dizziness, difficulty losing weight, low metabolism, pain in jaw/TMJ/clicking, heart palpitations, heart murmurs, shortness of breath, indigestion, acid reflux, nausea, ulcers, muscles cramps in legs and/or feet, constipation, diarrhea. Cannot: anything not listed above.

Robert A. Arnone, DC

U.S.
Available
As an Upper Cervical Specific Doctor, I have Advanced Training in Analyzing and Correcting Head-Neck Injuries. In our St Louis office we see a lot of Concussions, Whiplash, Headaches, Migraines, Depression and more.

Keith E. Biggs, DC

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions regarding chiropractic care and diagnosis, exercise rehabilitation, spine therapy, disc injuries, back pain, neck pain, headaches, sports injuries, car accident injuries, physical therapeutics, acupuncture, homeopathy, clinical nutrition, decompression traction, acupressure, acugraphing, orthotics, arch supports, carpal tunnel, sciatica, degenerative joint disease, arthritis, weight loss, etc.

Scott F. Gillman, DC, DACBSP

U.S.
Available
21 Years in practice: I can answer any question regarding chiropractic and sports medicine treatment. Mostly, I can help the unknowing public understand what is safe, valid, reasonable and evidence-based, and what kinds of unscrupulous chiropractors and fraudulent methods to stay away from. I have an advanced specialty degree in Chiropractic Sports Medicine. I have experience treating elite and Olympic athletes.

Jerome M. True, DC, FIACN

U.S.
Available
General musculoskeletal pain mechanisms, Evidence-based neuromusculoskeletal therapies, General chiropractic treatment options.

Recent Answers

2014-10-22 Extreme Neck Problem:

Dear Jennifer,    First of all, lets talk about the -22 cervical curve. Normal cervical spine lordosis (neck curve, front to back) is about 30-40 degrees.  In your daughter's case, the curve is past 0

2014-10-18 nerve pain:

Rick,  What you are describing to me is in most cases due to a brachial plexus compression at or near the root where it exits the cervical spine making this more of a neck issue. It may also be caused

2014-10-18 nerve pain:

Sounds like the radial nerve distribution... The question is where is it compressed, as you describe orthopedic issues that may involve the neck, shoulder and lateral forearm. An orthopedic exam of the

2014-10-15 sacralization:

Eric,      The bottom line is this: if your bones have the room to move into a better range, and you're only limited by tight soft tissue structures such as tendons, connective tissues, muscles, then there

2014-10-09 Activator & bruising:

Ann,    It's quite unusual to get bruising and welts from an Activator instrument, so I wonder just how hard this was pressed on your body.  Also, if you are on blood thinner meds, bruise easily, or have

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