Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab Provides Chiropractor Services In Marina Del Rey

November 07, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Marina del Rey, California based chiropractic center Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab is pleased to announce that they provide chiropractic services to the residents of California and its surrounding areas. Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab specializes mainly in chiropractic treatments but they also offer a variety of other specialized services.

Dr. Carlos Rodriguez, owner and lead doctor at Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab, says, “We focus on all types of injuries and pain, and our goal is to give our patients an alternative to completely unnecessary invasive surgeries, which more often than not are costly and painful for no reason. At our center, we don’t just want to treat you; instead, we want to give you a holistic healing experience that educates you as much as it treats you. We want to make sure that the treatments you receive at our facility produce long-term results and overall satisfaction.”

Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab provides a varying degree of chiropractic services, from Family Care to Sports Rehabilitation, for both acute and chronic conditions. The center also takes a special interest in knee and shoulder injuries. They are equipped with state of the art medical equipment, including an x-ray unit that ensures patients do not have to take any unnecessary additional trips.

Those who are interested in booking an appointment with the center can do so via the online form included on their website. The clinic also provides other services, including but not limited to massage therapy, custom foot orthotics, nutritional supplements, and more. Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab additionally sells various merchandise that can be used to maintain positive spinal and postural routines. More information about the center and their services can be found at the following link: Chiropractor Marina del Rey.

Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab has been helping the residents of Marina del Rey and surrounding areas for a while now, and they have earned a positive reputation in that time. The center has a perfect rating on Google. In a recent review, Parish Sedghizadeh says, “Dr. Casey is amazing and caring. With her, you get individualized care for your condition and the best part of it is that she is a powerlifting athlete who is passionate about fitness, wellness, and sound mind and body, so it's like you have a personal trainer and motivator, physical therapist, and chiropractor all in one!”

The company also maintains a perfect rating on Facebook. Sarah Moe says in her original review, “This is the best chiropractic treatment I've ever received. Dr. Rodriguez and his staff are amazing. I will never go anywhere else. I refer anyone I know with back or neck pain to Dr. Rodriguez and everyone agrees that he's incredible! I've also had massages here and they are equally great. I highly recommend Prodigy Chiro Care.” Sarah then further added to her review, saying, “The service is even better. I walked in today with a pinched nerve and displaced rib. I was crying from all of the pain. The staff and doctors took such great care of me. I'm so thankful for their care today.”

In another review, Shayna Cornelius says, “Total lifesaver! Best Chiro I've been to! I only trust Dr. Rodriguez with my adjustments (I've been to a lot of other chiros), and he truly is the best. All the staff are so nice and fun; they treat you like family!”

“Many patients originally come in for a specific treatment,” explains Dr. Rodriguez. He continues, “More often than not, however, what happens is that people find chiropractic care so beneficial that they choose to continue. Truth is, chiropractic treatments can do a great deal to improve your quality of life. We can tailor our treatments to fit your desires, schedule, and finances and we can focus on the total maintenance of your healthy lifestyle. But how long you continue to receive chiropractic care is entirely up to you.”

Those who want to learn more about Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab - Marina del Rey and the variety of services provided by the center can find more information on their website. Interested parties can also get in touch with Dr. Carlos Rodriguez for further details. In addition to their website, Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab - Marina del Rey maintains a page on Facebook, where the frequently post updates and communicate with their patients. More information about the center can be found at the following link: Chiropractor Near Me Marina del Rey.

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For more information about Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab - Marina del Rey, contact the company here:

Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab - Marina del Rey
Carlos Rodriguez
310-574-3334
prodigychirocaresm@gmail.com
Prodigy Chiro Care & Spinal Rehab
4519 Admiralty Way, Suite 208
Marina Del Rey, California 90292
310-574-3334

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