Lalama Chiropractic Clinic, Inc.
“I visited Dr. Pat over the holidays for a pain in my lower back. I was very happy with the results and I am now pain free!”
—Sandra S. Glover
“I was in a bad car accident and was recommended to Lalama Chiropractic. I'm not sure I could've got through without their support.”
The purpose of our clinic is to support as many people as possible in their quest for health and to educate them about Chiropractic so they may in turn educate others.
Our vision to to make our patients feel as comfortable as possible during their visits. Also, we understand what you are going through and want to help you with your aches and pains and ultimately live a better lifestyle that is pain free.
Chiropractic is drug-free. Chiropractic is safe and natural. Chiropractic is backed by research. And chiropractors enjoy one of the highest levels of patient satisfaction in health care!
So if you are looking for a chiropractor in the Austintown area who volunteers information, is conveniently located and willing to listen and answer your questions you have found what you are looking for.
Please feel free to browse our website and contact us should you have any questions.
Chiropractic is Scientific
Countless studies support the chiropractic approach to reducing nerve disturbance along the spine, enhancing the ability of the brain and nerve system to control and regulate the body. These include published research documenting the results of chiropractic care on asthma, infantile colic, immune function, dysmenorrhea (menstrual cramps), improving vision and brain function, lower back pain, one's overall health status and many others.
Knowing exactly where to adjust, newborns and infants are adjusted with no more pressure than you’d use to test the ripeness of a tomato. Many parents have commented that they see almost instant improvements in the well-being of their child.
Adjustments are safe
The result of these studies show complications from neck adjustments, the supposedly "riskiest" chiropractic procedure, are exceedingly rare:
• 1985 – One in 400,000 neck adjustments
• 1993 – One in 3,846,153 neck adjustments
• 1995 – One in 2,000,000 neck adjustments
• 1996 – One in 900,000 neck adjustments