Matthew Roach, D.C. practices as a Chiropractor in Las Vegas, NV.
Years In Practice
ServicesMatthew Roach, D.C. practices at 5650 W Flamingo Rd # A, Las Vegas, NV 89103. Chiropractors diagnose and treat common spinal misalignments that can occur from lifestyle or injuries causing pain, discomfort and degenerative conditions.
Matthew Roach, D.C. may be able to treat; back pain, sciatica, neck pain, shoulder pain, headaches, sports injuries, and auto accident injuries.
To learn more, or to make an appointment with Matthew Roach, D.C. in Las Vegas, NV, please call (702) 871-3420 for more information.
I was referred to Dr. Roach by my primary care physician on 08/09/15. I was very skeptical about spinal adjustments but was assured by my doctor that he would be able to alleviate my chronic neck and back pain. I have been taking pain medication for several years and recently have had to eliminate all prescription drugs due to a liver issue. The office staff was friendly and professional and Dr. Roach was very easy to talk when explaining my symptoms. After an examination I was treated with spinal alignment and was very surprised at my partial relief immediately after the treatment. I returned on 4 additional occasions during the next couple of weeks and I'm happy to report that my pain is almost completely gone. I have since referred my wife and a friend to Dr. Roach. I am a believer.
I visited Dr. Matthew Roach on 4/25/2013 for a PPD rating and he said I see you’re missing your index finger I’ll get the report done and send it out. I replied; you’re not going to measure my fingers and after talking for a few minutes he did and he commented how much my thumb was lacking motion. To my surprise when I received my PPD rating it included my other fingers but not my thumb. My thumb flexion at the MP joint is 30deg normal range is 60deg and IP joint is 50deg and normal range is 80deg. I have a 3cm gap when attempting to oppose the right thumb to volar 5th MP joint. So I’m not capable of putting my right thumb on my palm but can without a problem with my left thumb to palm. I emailed my workers comp claim adjuster today, she replied; Spoke with the doctor and he states the PPD is appropriate and there will be no addendum to include thumb. Sad that this simple error could not be corrected, now I have to appeal and go through the process again with a different rating Dr.
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