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Marysville Chiropractic Clinic Experienced in Physical Rehabilitation

If you're looking for a Marysville chiropractic clinic that focuses on rehabilitation and performance, Performance Chiropractic is here to serve you. At Performance Chiropractic, we offer a variety of comprehensive treatments, including chiropractic care, massage therapy, physical rehabilitation, and personal injury treatment. Chiropractor Vuong Vo, D.C. is dedicated to helping you achieve a pain-free lifestyle and get back to the activities you love. We treat acute and chronic pain associated with car accidents, whiplash, back pain and neck pain.

Marysville chiropractor offers physical rehabilitation

All of our therapies are based on the latest research and are tailored to meet your individual needs while helping you to reach your full physical potential. We take pride in creating a relaxed, friendly atmosphere that supports healing and fosters perfection. We are located in Marysville, Washington and provide care for patients in the surrounding areas of Arlington, Everett and Snohomish County.

Performance Chiropractic: Beyond Pain Relief

At Performance Chiropractic, the focus is total body care with an emphasis on spine health. Massage and spinal adjustments serve as the core of our treatment programs, but that's just the beginning. Our physical rehabilitation regimen incorporates core stability exercises, customized stretching and other natural treatments to provide a healthy alternative to surgeries and medications. In addition to chiropractic adjustments, our chiropractor provides patients with a set of corrective exercises that can be performed in the home to increase the overall effectiveness of treatment. These �blueprint� exercises enhance physical Massage therapy and chiropractic care offered at Performance chiropracticrehabilitation by correcting irregularities in the body resulting from auto accidents, personal injury and years of poor lifestyle habits.

We take a holistic approach to healing by considering all aspects of the patient�s life�from nutrition and exercise to emotional wellbeing and beyond. Upon your first visit, you�ll undergo a one-on-one consultation with chiropractor Dr. Vo to discuss your symptoms and concerns. After a thorough spinal exam, the chiropractor will collaborate with you to create an individualized treatment plan based on your needs and goals. Dr. Vo is one of Washington's leading chiropractors trained in treating acute and chronic spinal pain.

Potential, Performance, Perfection: Defining Care

The treatment process is divided into three basic stages�Relief Care, Corrective Care and Wellness Care. The Relief Care phase involves several consecutive appointments, during which the patient receives intense treatment to achieve physical rehabilitation and symptom relief. The Corrective Care phase focuses on developing strength through at-home treatments like exercise and stretching. Finally, the Wellness Care phase is designed to maintain the progress gained through previous steps, prevent issues from resurfacing, and achieving peak physical performance.

The patients at Performance Chiropractic in Marysville come from all backgrounds and walks of life. From basic back pain and neck pain to seemingly unrelated problems like asthma and colic, we welcome anyone looking to achieve total body wellness.

Call us at 360-547-4044 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Vo today.

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  • "Way more than just a chiropractic office, my wife and I have come here for a couple years, for various injuries and a car accident and have been extremely happy with the quality of care and the recovery process."
    Duane Fisher / Marysville, WA

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