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Along with chiropractic adjustments, your suggested care regimen may also include various therapies designed to aid in your healing and pain reduction. Many therapies are drug-free ways to stimulate affected areas of the body and encourage self-healing. These therapies are often most effective when multiple treatments are administered and are done in conjunction with chiropractic adjustments and supportive lifestyle changes. If you are interested in seeing if chiropractic therapies are right for you, please contact our office! 

  • Heat Therapy

    Most people have used heat at one time to sooth normal aches and pains — such as the use of a hot bath, a heating pad or even an old-fashioned water bottle. Even today, these types of heat therapy play an important role in chiropractic practice to increase circulation and relax the muscles. At the

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  • Cold Therapy

    Applying ice after an injury is a common method for reducing pain and swelling. It is especially effective for athletes, who often experience sudden, painful injuries. This type of cold therapy, also known as cryotherapy, is used by chiropractors for the same purposes. Types of Cold Therapy Many types

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  • Cold Laser Therapy

    Cold laser therapy, also known as low-level laser therapy (LLLT), uses light to treat various conditions. Unlike other types of laser light, cold laser therapy does not produce heat or vibration in the parts of the body being treated. Many therapists, including chiropractors and physical therapists,

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  • "Dear Dr. Kent Kelley JUST WANT TO LET YOU KNOW. I WAS IMPRESSED WITH THE VISIT TO YOUR CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE. THE OVER VIEW OF EVERYTHING WAS WONDERFUL. I HAVE BEEN TO CHIROPRATORS BEFORE. BUT YOU HAVE THE LATEST TECHNIQUES. MY CONSULTATION WAS WELL, AND TOUR OF THE OFFICE WAS GREAT AND THE NEW WAY OF ADJUSTMENT WAS AWESOME. IT WAS NEW TO ME. I WAS SO USED TO THE OLD WAY OF GETTING AJUSTMENTS. I MAY NEED ONE OF THOSE ONCE IN A WHILE, BUT YOU HAVE A PRACTICE DR. KELLEY. CAN'T WAIT FOR ANOTHER ADJUSTMENT. GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR STAFF, AND YOUR FAMILY. MAY THE LORD JESUS RICHLY BLESS YOU AND THE PRACTICE. GOD BLESS."
    Frank - Palmyra, PA

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