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Question #90280 posted on 08/22/2017 4:12 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

Can anyone recommend a good chiropractor in the area? I'm really needing to switch.

-BentOuttaShape

A:

Dear L,

It would seem as though none of us have any suggestions. The most I could do would be to parrot online reviews I find, which I don't really want to do because I think you would be a better person to peruse those reviews as you know what you're looking for. However, Ardilla made a good point in a similar recent question that you might want to try asking your friends on social media this same question. It's more probable that someone there will have some experience with a chiropractor than roughly 15 Board writers. Finally, reader recommendations are welcome on this. 

Good luck, and sorry I couldn't be of more help.

~Anathema

posted on 08/22/2017 8:35 p.m.
I just saw this; I think one of Vienna's roommates used to work at a place called Alpine Spinal Rehab. I've never been there before, but Vienna always raves about that roommate's back massages, so it might be worth looking into.

-Frère Rubik understands that chiropract-ing is different than a back massage but the two concepts are still related in his mind
posted on 08/22/2017 8:35 p.m.
I have chronic back pain, so I've been to several chiropractors in Utah County. Most of them gave up on me and said they couldn't help me. The only one who didn't is Dr. Eric Brady. I've been seeing him about once a month for a few years now. He doesn't have the best bedside manner (he can be kind of harsh verbally), but as a chiropractor, he's great. He has at least made my pain manageable when no one else could.

He owns this place (they offer both massage and chiropractic): http://www.provomedicalmassage.com/

Good luck.

-Back Pain is my Middle Name

posted on 08/22/2017 8:35 p.m.
Dear Bent Outta Shape

I had a good experience at Alpine Spinal Rehab on North University Ave.

Both chiropractors I worked with there were great. They have a spinal rehab/physical therapy program that they combine with your chiropractic care to help strengthen your neck/back muscles.

The in-house massage therapists are also good and the rates are pretty affordable.


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