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Chiropractic Care

Metro Healthcare Partners’ licensed and experienced chiropractors, Dr. Russell Greenseid and Dr. Nick Chiappetta perform adjustments to the spine using their hands to allow the joints and muscles to move correctly. By applying manual techniques, our chiropractic experts try to relieve the stress on the vertebral column and curves of spine.

They also use these techniques to address joint conditions, reduce pain, and restore normal function and wellness. Chiropractic Care has a holistic approach to healing and is based on the inherent capacity of the body to repair itself without medication or surgery.

 

Chiropractic Care in Brooklyn, NY

Chiropractic treatment is most effective for sports injuries, accidents, falls and work-related injuries, and musculoskeletal disorders. It is equally effective for:

  • Lower back pain, hip and leg pain or numbness
  • Neck, shoulder and arm pain, tingling or numbness
  • Chronic headaches
  • Knee and ankle pain or injury
  • Carpal Tunnel symptoms
  • Recurring joint pain, stiffness or swelling

Doctors

Dr. Nick Chiappetta

Owner & Chiropractor

Dr. Russell Greenseid

Owner & Chiropractor

Frequently Asked Questions

Is chiropractic adjustment safe?

Chiropractic has an excellent safety record, and is widely recognized as an effective, drug-free, non-invasive therapy for the treatment of headache, neck pain, back pain and many spine related problems. Most patients experience relief following an adjustment.

How is a chiropractic adjustment performed?

A chiropractor can tell if your pain is due to misaligned vertebrae and realign your spine to its proper position. The specialist uses his hands to apply gentle pressure on the affected region in order to correct the underlying issue to restore or enhance joint function, which provides relief from pain. With gentle and controlled thrust of the hands, the specialist is able to correct subluxation (misaligned vertebrae) and provide pain relief.

Does an adjustment hurt?

Chiropractic manipulation or adjustment is a highly controlled procedure that involves only minimal force and gentle pressure. It rarely causes discomfort. Most patients feel relief immediately following treatment.