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Chiropractors | Services | New City, New York

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At our practice, we're proud to offer patients a variety of services including chiropractic care, custom massage therapy (and even a massage club), nutritional advice, weight loss counseling and acupuncture. If you're ready to take control of your health with an incredible team by your side, you've come to the right place. Learn more by visiting our website and taking advantage of our free consultation.
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A physical therapist’s primary concern is to help a person regain control over injured or weakened limbs. The job of a chiropractor, on the other hand, focuses on fixing problems that originate at a person’s spine that affects their health and well-being. The difference is glaring as you can see that a chiropractor works within a more comprehensive field. While a chiropractor can employ a physical therapist’s techniques, it doesn’t work the other way around as a physical therapist’s field of specialization is narrower than that of a chiropractor.Nevertheless, both chiropractors and physical therapists are legally authorized to make diagnoses of illnesses and pain. In fact, a person with a doctor physical therapist (DPT) degree has finished some of the prerequisite courses required in a DC program, which means they can study in chiropractic school and become a DC at the same time.While a chiropractor may employ massage techniques, that doesn’t mean that a massage therapist can practice chiropractic. For one, chiropractors are doctors while massage therapists are not, which means massage therapists can’t diagnose health problems or injuries. Another difference is the focus area. Massage therapists only deal with muscle pain, while chiropractors also deal with other causes of pain other than muscle pain including that of the spine, nerves, tendons, ligaments, and bones. If you’re only looking for a quick relaxing rubbing-down, you can go to a massage therapist near you, but
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Dr. Quentin Hendrix offers chiropractic care and wellness services to patients of all ages in Pomona, NY. The specialized care he provides includes family chiropractic care, pediatric chiropractic care, prenatal chiropractic care, sports injury rehabilitation, massage therapy and more. Treatments are also provided for these conditions: back pain, neck pain, migraines and chronic headaches, sciatica, shoulder pain, whiplash and auto accident injuries, sports injuries and more.
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A physical therapist’s primary concern is to help a person regain control over injured or weakened limbs. The job of a chiropractor, on the other hand, focuses on fixing problems that originate at a person’s spine that affects their health and well-being. The difference is glaring as you can see that a chiropractor works within a more comprehensive field. While a chiropractor can employ a physical therapist’s techniques, it doesn’t work the other way around as a physical therapist’s field of specialization is narrower than that of a chiropractor. Nevertheless, both chiropractors and physical therapists are legally authorized to make diagnoses of illnesses and pain. In fact, a person with a doctor physical therapist (DPT) degree has finished some of the prerequisite courses required in a DC program, which means they can study in chiropractic school and become a DC at the same time. While a chiropractor may employ massage techniques, that doesn’t mean that a massage therapist can practice chiropractic. For one, chiropractors are doctors while massage therapists are not, which means massage therapists can’t diagnose health problems or injuries. Another difference is the focus area. Massage therapists only deal with muscle pain, while chiropractors also deal with other causes of pain other than muscle pain including that of the spine, nerves, tendons, ligaments, and bones.
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The number one priority at Liberty Wellness & Chiro is to make a difference in the quality of every patient’s life. We accomplish this with our unique personalized integrative approach to healing and wellness in NYC. Call (212) 742-8000 for more information.