Physical Medicine & Wellness Center of Northern Kentucky
Indeed, as an integrated medical office their team of doctors, chiropractors, and health care professionals focus on the treatment of acute and chronic pain. By using the most advanced techniques in pain management, chiropractic care, stem cell therapy, and physical rehabilitation, they pride themselves in providing the best care that’s possible today. Their medical staff consists of Doctors, Nurse Practitioners, Chiropractors and Massage Therapists all working together to help patients get out of pain fast and effectively. If you suffer from physical pain, then please book an appointment or call them today.
They specialize in the treatment of shoulder pain, arm pain or carpal tunnel syndrome, low back pain, headaches or migraines, hip pain, knee arthritis, osteoarthritis of the spine, chronic fatigue, spinal stenosis, disc herniation or bulges, leg and ankle pain, and even tennis elbow. Their doctors, therapists, and chiropractors also have extensive training in the treatment and care of auto-accident and on the job injuries. These warning signs indicate that you have a serious problem. Don’t ignore them! Their services can help you correct these issues.
“This place is WONDERFUL!!!”
“I came to them starting in fall of 2015 to address chronic neck issues that I had dealt with for 10+ years. The staff is incredible and so helpful and friendly. Whats more, I was able, after all those years, to get relief from the neck and shoulder pain!!”
“The staff here are wonderful! Everyone knows my name even though I forget some of theirs 🙂 They make you feel like family. I highly recommend this group of professionals. I injured my back and shoulder when I fell on ice 3 years ago. They offer all types of therapies with a whole team approach. I continue with maintenance therapies as needed. This is the place to go if you are in any kind of pain.”
Not impressed so far. The office takes a “comprehensive care” approach. I’ve been there twice in two days for a total of 2.5 hours for severe, acute upper back and shoulder pain. (It’s not chronic, just got injured horsing around.) Day One was paperwork, interviews, exams, X-rays, and then they announce that I won’t be offered any treatment that day, but that I’ll have to take more time off work the next day while they “all talk and come up with a treatment plan.” Day Two was another exam, nine minutes standing on a machine to vibrate my legs, more… Read more »