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Welcome to Dr. Richard W. Teeters Chiropractic
Your Dayton Chiropractor
Both infants and adults can benefit from ongoing chiropractic care. In the chiropractic world, keeping the problem fixed and preventing its reoccurrence is just as important as the initial remedy. Conveniently located in Dayton, Ohio, visit us at Dr. Teeters’ chiropractic office today!
For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Dayton chiropractor, call 937-252-4400 today!
Chiropractors seek the origin of illness in order to eliminate it, instead of simply treating the symptoms. Chiropractic doctors practice natural, drugless, non-invasive health care and rely on the body's ability to self-heal. Sounds ideal, but just how does it work?
We look at the whole picture.
Like other health-care providers, we follow a standard routine to gain information about the patient. We consult, review the case history, conduct a physical examination and we may request laboratory analyses and/or X-rays.
We seek the origin of the problem.
Using this information, a diagnosis is made. Included in the diagnosis is the probable reason for your pain or discomfort. It is important to note that chiropractors seek the origin of the illness in order to eliminate it-we do not simply treat the symptoms.
Once you start going to a chiropractor, you have to keep going for the rest of your life.
This statement is a myth and comes up frequently when the topic of chiropractic is discussed. It is only partially true. You only have to continue going to the chiropractor as long as you wish to maintain the health of your neuromusculoskeletal system. Going to a chiropractor is much like going to the dentist, exercising at a gym or eating a healthy diet. As long as you keep it up, you continue to enjoy the benefits.
If you are new to seeing a chiropractor and want to find out more, please email us or call 937-252-4400 to receive personalized answers to your questions from our friendly team. We also welcome referrals, so feel free to use the "Send to a Friend" link located at the bottom of every page to share our health information with your friends and loved ones.
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"Observational study found that low back pain patients receiving chiropractic care, which typically includes spinal manipulation, are more satisfied than those receiving medical care."
-New England Journal of Medicine
Dr. Richard Teeters
Dayton Chiropractor | Dr. Richard W. Teeters Chiropractic | 937-252-4400
1353 Woodman Drive
Dayton, OH 45432
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