Your health and nutrition are closely related.

Nutrients play a vital role in the body's healing process.

Nutritional counseling to be a valid nonadjustive technique. Deficiencies of one or more of a wide range of nutrients can impair the healing process; conversely, ingestion of specific nutrients can help accelerate the healing process.

When the body is injured, it needs to be supplied with enough energy (calories) to meet the increased metabolic demands. These increases can range from 20 percent to 150 percent higher than basal metabolic rates, depending on the type and severity of the injury.

Also, rapid induction of excess catabolism, caused by acute traumas, can result in a loss of body protein.

When we meet with you, we will discuss every aspect of your health including your diet and nutrition.

Relief Care

The primary goal during this initial stage is to provide the individual with symptomatic relief. Treatments focus on those techniques and therapies which most quickly and effectively reduce pain and other discomforts.

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Corrective Care

Corrective care consists of correcting the problems which caused and contributed to the condition, as well as the healing and rehabilitating of the injured tissues.

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Wellness Care

Once the spinal tissues are healed and spinal biomechanics have normalized the patient will be recommended to continue with periodic spinal checkups to help. This will allow us to catch minor problems and disturbances before they have the opportunity to cause pain, discomfort and irreversible tissue changes.

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About Us

Thank you for visiting our website. I've been a chiropractor in the St. Petersburg area since 1983 and have helped thousands of patients feel better. I believe that direct communication is the key to a good doctor-patient relationship so I encourage anyone interested in chiropractic care to call me directly. I will always make time to answer your questions.  Learn More

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Marcus Chirporactic

  2837 1st Ave. N St. Petersburg, FL 33713
  (727) 432-8589