Culver City Chiropractor Available For Specialized Healthcare Services

July 30, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Culver City residents who have been looking for an affordable local chiropractor can find the answer to all their problems with Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab. As one of the top chiropractor services in the city, Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal rehab is known for providing highly effective treatments for a wide variety of spinal issues—while helping their clients reach a state of total recovery as quickly as possible. Anyone looking for a chiropractor in Culver City can find more information here: Chiropractor Culver City.

The clinic has already treated dozens of people with many different issues and are ready and willing to take on new patients from all across Culver. They say, “Our Culver City chiropractic services have helped patients with a number of ailments, from ergonomics related to sports injuries and everything in between.” Some of the problems they help patients with include chronic pain, acute pain, back pain, sciatica, scoliosis, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, extremity pain, numbness, and so on.

“We are considered by many to be the best chiropractor in Culver City,” asserts the clinic. “Dr. Rodriguez has over 15 years’ experience in the chiropractic field. Specializing in spinal decompression and pain relief, Dr. Rodriguez and his staff can assist you on your path to healing.” Chronic or acute pain can reduce one’s quality of life by a great deal. A dull but permanent ache can make every day uncomfortable, while severe chronic pain can be downright debilitating and make it impossible for one to live their life to the fullest. There is little to no reason for one to live with chronic pain when there is a clear and simple solution for it. With Prodigy Chiro Care’s affordable chiropractic care and highly flexible payment plan options, clients can be sure they will receive the best care available in Culver City.

Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab is owned and run by Dr. Carlos Rodriguez who graduated from the Cleveland Chiropractic College in 2000, attended California State University Northridge and holds a doctorate of chiropractic and a bachelor of arts in biology. He is aided by a team of highly qualified specialists with years of experience in their field, including Dr. Casey Loewy who is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, Dr. Kim McCall who has been a qualified chiropractor for over 15 years, Dr. Gregory Stayberg, Brittini McGary, and Megan Jones. All of these individuals hold notable qualifications in their fields and are equipped with the knowledge and skills required to produce highly positive results. Read more about the affordable and effective chiropractic treatments on offer at the following link: Affordable Chiropractor Culver City.

A number of patients have left reviews praising Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab’s services. Lynn B., one of the many patients that have walked in through Prodigy’s doors and left satisfied with the care they received, says, “I got my first chiropractic treatment two years ago because I was having stomach pains and my doctor recommended I go see a chiropractor to help me with the pain. I went there for about a year, and then I moved to California and stopped my treatment. I then got into a car accident and started chiropractic care once again. Whether it would be a rib out of place or just for regular maintenance, chiropractic care has greatly affected my quality of life for the better.”

Another review by a different patient says, “Coming to Prodigy Chiro-Care & Spinal Rehab has turned my life around, I was suffering with neck and upper back pain for a couple of years, and after my first few visits to your office, I totally felt a lot better, and there was a big difference in my everyday lifestyle. Dr. Rodriguez is so friendly and makes me feel really comfortable. He’s awesome! I’m so thankful and lucky to have found such a great chiropractor.”

Culver City residents looking for a chiropractor have only to contact Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab today. There, they will find solutions to many of their spine-related problems and begin the process of recovery. Find out more online here: Chiropractor Culver City.


For more information about Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab - Culver City, contact the company here:

Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab - Culver City
Carlos Rodriguez
Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab 4329 Sepulveda Blvd Culver City, CA 90230 (310) 391-7770

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