• Chiropractic Care Can Help Eliminate Your Neck Pain

    by Sayel Fakhoury, D.C.
    on Nov 27th, 2017

Have you been dealing with neck pain, only to find that none of the treatments that you have tried in the past have actually worked? Are you looking for a way to manage and treat your neck pain without taking addictive prescription drugs or undergoing invasive surgery?

My name is Dr. Sayel Fakhoury, a chiropractor at Gentle Touch Chiroppractic, in the Tarzana area, and I can help to ease and even eliminate your neck pain without the use of drugs or surgery.

Causes of Neck Pain
I see many who suffer from neck pain, and their pain is caused by a number of conditions. Often, this pain can be attributed to an automobile accident or other types of accidents. Other times, neck pain is the result of too many hours spent in front of a computer.
No matter the reason for your neck pain, a visit to my office will start you off on the right foot to living pain-free.

Stop Living with Neck Pain
Neck pain certainly doesn’t have to be a permanent condition, and it is not a condition that must be treated with drugs or surgery. When you see me, I will first conduct my own examination so as to know exactly what we are dealing with. Then, I will set about finding the right course of chiropractic treatment for your neck pain.

So, if you are living in the Tarzana area, Woodland Hills, Encino, Sherman Oaks, Reseda, Van Nuys, or anywhere near me, and have been suffering with neck pain, suffer no longer. My office is conveniently located at 18399 Ventura Blvd., Suite 241, Tarzana, Ca. 91356. Call us at 818-708-0477 or log on www.GentleTouchChiro.com and schedule online.

Author Sayel Fakhoury, D.C. Doctor of Chiropractic

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