Greenville SC Rehab Chiropractor Sports Injury Personal Treatments Launched

Greenville, South Carolina rehab chiropractor Dr. Kenneth Meisten of Carolina Health Innovations launched a full range of treatment for patients suffering from personal and sports injuries.

Greenville, United States - August 18, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Carolina Health Innovations, a chiropractic and wellness facility based in Greenville, South Carolina, announced an updated range of chiropractic treatments for patients suffering from personal or sports injury. Led by experienced rehab chiopractor Dr. Kenneth Meisten, the clinic offers personalized treatments for a wide range of injuries and other musculoskeletal issues, including sprains, whiplash, tennis elbow, chronic pain, and many others.

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Chiropractic treatments are based on a series of time-tested principles related to the optimal spinal and joint alignment. Recent medical innovations have made chiropractic procedures highly effective in treating a variety of chronic and acute musculoskeletal conditions, including many of the most common sports injuries.

Dr. Kenneth Meisten offers personalized chiropractic treatments adapted to the needs of each patient.

The first visit includes a comprehensive examination to identify the root cause of each health issue and create a personalized treatment plan. Depending on the needs of each patient, X-rays and other examinations may follow.

Patients benefit from high-quality chiropractic procedures designed to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and improve overall function and mobility.

Dr. Meisten combines chiropractic techniques with spinal rehabilitation, therapeutic massage, as well as customized exercise and nutrition programs to maximize treatment efficiency.

With the latest update, Carolina Health Innovations continues to expand its chiropractic, massage therapy and wellness services.

Dr. Kenneth Meisten has more than 15 years of experience providing high-quality chiropractic solutions for thousands of satisfied patients. His fitness background gives him a deep insight into the nature of any sports injury, and he specializes in advanced chiropractic treatments adapted to the needs of modern athletes.

A satisfied patient said: “I had a car accident in 2008 where I suffered a sprained neck and dislocated jaw. The weekly adjustments have alleviated my residual TMJ issues and have allowed me to live pain free! The chiropractic adjustments have also helped with cramping and spasms in low bowel and the incessant pain in my lower back. I would definitely recommend Carolina Health Innovations!”

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

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Kenneth Meisten
Email: Send Email
Organization: Carolina Health nnovations
Address: 1 Creekview Ct suite b, Greenville, SC 29615, United States
Phone: +1-864-288-8593

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88908918

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