South Portland Chiropractor Neck Pain Massage & Therapy Services Launched

Portland, OR chiropractic center Namaste Chiropractic updated its services to provide complete chiropractic adjustments and massage therapy for patients suffering from back pain, sciatica and other conditions.

Portland, United States - April 25, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Namaste Chiropractic, a chiropractic center based in South Portland, Oregon, announced an updated range of services for clients interested in effective therapies for neck, back and shoulder pain, sciatica and other musculoskeletal issues. The clinic offers personalized therapy plans combining traditional chiropractic adjustments with massage therapy to help clients recover their flexibility and mobility.

More information can be found at http://www.namasteclinic.com.

Chiropractic treatments are ideal for a wide range of conditions, ranging from acute and chronic back pain to headaches and various others. Chiropractors use high-efficiency procedures designed to promote the natural alignment of the joints and vertebrae, thus promoting optimal musculoskeletal health.

Namaste Chiropractic offers a complete range of chiropractic and massage therapy services for patients in Portland and the surrounding areas.

To ensure that each treatment is as effective as possible, the clinic provides extensive initial consultations to determine the root cause of each patient’s health issues. Based on the results of this examination, the chiropractic experts then design a custom treatment plan which includes chiropractic adjustments, massage therapy and other intervention techniques.

All procedures are undertaken by licensed and certified chiropractors and other medical staff.

Namaste Chiropractic has been providing high-quality chiropractic solutions for more than two decades, having established a strong reputation as one of Portland’s best chiropractic centers.

A satisfied patient said: “Dr. Raleigh and Dr. Allen are the greatest little team and always make me feel so welcome and at ease the moment I walk through the door. They are so flexible with my ever changing schedule and I cannot even begin to tell you how greatly appreciated that is. Dr. Allen’s adjustments and acupuncture sessions are always gentle yet extremely effective. I always leave the office feeling immensely better than when I walked in, and I can truly say that my quality of life has improved since beginning this wellness journey.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Daniel Hollis
Organization: Namaste Chiro
Address: 5901 Southwest Macadam Avenue, Portland, OR 97239, United States
Website: http://www.namasteclinic.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 506393

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