Chiropractors in Norwalk, CT




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We have found 41 listings in Norwalk, CT that matched your search criteria.

Slovin Chiropratic Center
205 Main St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Joachim, Mark J
156 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
All Care
83 East Ave Ste 313
Norwalk, CT 6851
Cranbury Chiropractic Center Llc
258 Main St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Gerson, Emily
83 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Connecticut Wellness Center
2 Park St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Integrated Medical Of Norwalk
365 Westport Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Chiropractic Wellness Ctr
5 Steeple Top Rd
Norwalk, CT 6853
Sclafani, Len
188 Main St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Goldring, Robert N
112 Main St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Miller, Paul L
258 Main St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Shashaty Paul E DC
258 Main St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Gordon Family Chiropractic
233 New Canaan Ave
Norwalk, CT 6850
Associates In Chiropractic Pc
156 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Hammer -Passero Norwalk Chiropractic Group
161 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Slovin, Brenda, Dc - Slovin Family Chiropractic Ctr
205 Main St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Hammer Hands On
161 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Chiropractic Associates Of Norwalk
83 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Connecticut Spinal Pain Center
156 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Burden Chiropractic & Wellness
111 East Ave Suite 203
Norwalk, CT 6851
Douglas J Demassa Cpa
111 East Ave Ste 325
Norwalk, CT 6851
Thomas French
83 East Ave Ste 313
Norwalk, CT 6851
Synapse Learning Ctr
111 East Ave Ste 325
Norwalk, CT 6851
Merritt Chiropractic Center
430 Main Ave Ste 201
Norwalk, CT 6851
Keith Overland
83 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Cynthia A Marcus Dr
152 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Richards Fred
2 Park St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Kenneth Passero Dr
228 W Rocks Rd
Norwalk, CT 6851
Associates In Chiropractic
156 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Dr Thomas French DC
83 EAST AVE SUITE 313
Norwalk, CT 6851
Drs Chiropractic Llc
10 Mott Ave
Norwalk, CT 6850
Neuro Spinal Center
150 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Slovin Chiropractic Center
205 Main St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Robert N Goldring Dc
112 Main St Ste 9
Norwalk, CT 6851
Nina Chiro
80 County St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Advanced Health Professionals
112 Main St
Norwalk, CT 6851
Thomas French, DC - Chiropractor
83 East Ave Suite 313
Norwalk, CT 6851
Merritt Chiropractic Center
430 Main Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Fitzgerald Chiro & Nutrition Ctr
9 Mott Ave # 303
Norwalk, CT 6850
Larry W Barnett Dc
111 East Ave
Norwalk, CT 6851
Community Chiropractic Center
188 Main St
Norwalk, CT 6851

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Things to Consider When Choosing a Chiropractor
by: Andrew Stratton

When you need to see a chiropractor, you don't want to leave the job to just anyone. You need somebody you can trust to crack your back for you. Once you start looking, your head will spin with all the different styles, philosophies and methods they use. So, how do you find the right chiropractic practitioner?

Word Of Mouth

Still the best way to start is by word of mouth. Ask your doctor for the names of a few good chiropractors. Your primary care physician will be able to direct you to some chiropractic offices that are well known, trustworthy and reputable.

If you have any friends who have had work done, ask them for names. It's always best to go with a clinic that is turning out happy customers whose back problems have vanished because of their excellent quality treatment.

Which Chiropractic Philosophy Is For Me?

Unlike regular medicine, chiropractic science is filled with various schools of thought. This can make the process of choosing a good practitioner difficult. Right away, they may start telling you about THEIR philosophy and why it works for you, and so on.

But, most philosophies follow the same basic ideas. The practice relies on natural treatment instead of drugs, high tech treatments and tools. Each philosophy of chiropractics is a variation on this theme. Unless you are particularly concerned about getting work from a certain school, go with what feels right and sounds good.

Is The Clinic Legit?

Here are a few easy ways to tell if a practitioner is the real thing. First, they should have completed 5 years of advanced chiropractic training from an accredited institution. Look for their diploma and credentials.

Second, they must have a license to practice in your state. This should be prominently displayed in their clinic. If they don't have it, or if they start telling you reasons why they don't have it, skip them. There are lots of practitioners out there, and not all of them are legitimate.

What To Look For In A Consultation

At the consultation, a good chiropractor will check out your back, have you lie down, and do a little feeling around. They should look directly for the areas that hurt. If they start talking about working on areas that don't hurt, move on to another clinic.

You don't need a lot of x-rays or tests at a consultation. A good chiropractor can feel around on your back, ask a few questions, and locate your trouble areas immediately. If a doctor starts doing anything funny, you know it's time to move on to another.

Most of all, just go with what feels right. Once they start messing around with your back, you'll feel some relief right away. If it feels good, it must be right!

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