Garrett Soldano, D.C.
Soldano Family Chiropractic Center
1324 S Park St
Kalamazoo, MI 49001
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Garrett Soldano, D.C.
Chiropractic offices of Dr. Garrett Soldano & Dr. Brandon M. Soldano, Chiropractor’s in Kalamazoo and Richland, MI.
At Soldano Family Chiropractic Center, enjoy our state of the art chiropractic facility and discover the true wellness lifestyle! We will show you the natural way to better health without resorting to the use of expensive prescription medications. We are convinced that after one visit to our office you will see why chiropractic is the safe and effective alternative to back surgery.
We provide a whole host of solutions to help you get over your current condition and feel better than you have before! Chiropractic care covers a wide range of issues including neck pain, back pain, numbness, sciatica, sports and repetitive motion injuries, and much more! Dr. Garrett & Dr. Brandon Soldano are members of the Great Doctors of Chiropractic and has helped many in the Kalamazoo area experience natural healing without surgery or drugs! If you are looking for skilled chiropractic doctor’s in Kalamazoo or surrounding communities, call (269) 381-2800 or use the convenient “Make an Appointment” button on this page.
In addition, we will educate you about the importance of a healthy lifestyle, including exercise, diet, and nutrition. We want to be your complete health and wellness provider in Kalamazoo/Richland area. Come see why Soldano Family Chiropractic Center is different from other healthcare providers in Kalamazoo & Richland. Chiropractic can make a difference in your life! We are interested in your long-term health and wellness, not just a quick fix to mask back pain or neck pain.
We are thrilled to offer many different aspects of chiropractic care. Please take a moment to enjoy our website and learn more about chiropractic care and meet our incredible team of health professionals. If you have any questions please call the office at 269-381-2800 or visit our website at www.soldanofamilychiro.com,
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If your lower back has bothered you, you are not alone. Eight out of ten adults will experience low back problems at some time in their lives. Most symptoms of low back pain are blamed on poor muscle tone in the back, muscle tension, spasms, ligament or muscle tears, and joint problems.
In the past individuals have subjected themselves to prolonged bed rest, uncomfortable traction, heavy sedation, injections, and surgery. But there is a safer, more natural approach to healing the back: Chiropractic care.
What Is Chiropractic?
Doctors of Chiropractic medicine (D.C.s) adjust the spine with easy, manual thrusts to move the spinal vertebrae back to their normal positions. A chiropractor will sometimes also adjust the joints of the neck, arms, and legs. Spinal adjustments may relieve a spectrum of ailments such as headaches, certain types of migraines, menstrual cramps, allergies, asthma, stomach disorders, spastic colon, and arm, hand, and leg pain that’s due to dysfunction of the neck or lower back. Some patients with asthma and emphysema turn to chiropractic care to release tension in the chest. Research is helping to determine if manipulation of the neck helps the ears drain properly, thus alleviating otitis media — the ear infection that plagues children.
What Happens during a Chiropractic Examination?
A chiropractor will take a medical history, conduct physical, neurological, and orthopedic examinations. Chiropractic physicians spend a considerable amount of time assessing posture, examining the spine, testing reflexes, joint motion, and muscle strength. X-rays and other diagnostic images are often used to locate vertebral dysfunction and to rule out disorders like tumors or fractures, which require the attention of other healthcare experts.
What Training Do Chiropractors Have?
Chiropractors are licensed in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. A rigorous course of study is necessary to receive a degree of Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.). According to Chiropractic Truth, there are over 60,000 D.C.s practicing in the United States. All state licensing boards require two to four years of undergraduate education, and completion of a four-year chiropractic college course.
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Wonderful Staff! recommend to anyone looking for a chiropractor.
September 09, 2014
Their office was one of the quietest, most peaceful places I've ever visited. I was able to relax very easily. I couldn't believe how knowledgeable and well-informed the staff was. They were able to a
September 17, 2013
Did this provider have reasonable prices?
February 05, 2014
Did this chiropractor pressure you to return for unnecessary follow-ups?
Not at all! They always respect my decisions.
January 20, 2014