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About Casalino Chiropractic Center

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Welcome to Casalino Chiropractic

Phoenix AZ chiropractor, of Casalino Chiropractic Center provides safe, effective chiropractic care for Phoenix AZ. Call our chiropractor in Phoenix office at 602-993-9933 and speak with Phoenix chiropractor, Dr. Casalino today!

We Can Ease Your Pain

There is a good possibility you are experiencing pain right now, cannot move or perhaps you are feeling a bit crooked, bent over or frustrated at not being able to do your normal activities.

You can start feeling better just knowing that Casalino Chiropractic is absolutely committed to your Wellness and freedom from physical pain.

  • Serving the community since 1987
  • Convenient state-of-the-art facility
  • Exceptional doctors, massage therapists, staff
  • Extended hours to fit your schedule

One, Simple Philosophy:

Treat each patient as we would want to be treated ourselves. Give us the opportunity to show you how much better you can feel. Our actions, not our words, will prove that you have selected the right place to treat your pain. We can help you feel better than you had ever imagined possible.

As a fully licensed chiropractor, we are trained, primary-care providers who have full knowledge of examination procedures and radiographic (X-ray) technique. Using the latest equipment, we will examine you from head to toe incorporating both orthopedic and neurological testing with safe X-ray technology. All tests performed are gentle and specific to give the best possible differential diagnosis.

Types of Care

People come to our office for a variety of reasons, usually because they are in pain. Some go for symptomatic relief of pain or discomfort only. Others are more interested in having the cause of the problem, as well as the symptoms, corrected and relieved.

We respect your needs and desires when recommending your treatment program. Our goals are to improve your health and improve your quality of life .It is important to understand that patient cases fall into two categories: uncomplicated and complicated. Complicated cases usually require more treatment to obtain the maximum therapeutic benefit.

Uncomplicated cases

People with uncomplicated cases come to our office for a variety of reasons, usually because they are in pain. Some go for symptomatic relief of pain or discomfort only. Others are more interested in having the cause of the problem, as well as the symptoms, corrected and relieved.

We respect your needs and desires when recommending your treatment program. Our goals are to improve your health and improve your quality of life. It is important to understand that patient cases fall into two categories: uncomplicated and complicated. Complicated cases usually require more treatment to obtain the maximum therapeutic benefit. Complicated case is one in which the patient recovers faster, or at the same rate, as could be expected if left to heal without any assistance.

Complicated cases

A complicated case is one in which the patient, because of one or more factors, exhibits regression or delayed recovery compared to the rate expected if left to heal unassisted. Examples of complicating factors include:

  • pain for more than 8 days prior to treatment
  • severe pain
  • four or more previous episodes of pain
  • underlying structural changes (for example degenerative joint disease or osteoarthritis)
  • reinjury during the course of treatment

Examples of general risk factors for delayed healing include a poor level of fitness, posture, demands of daily activities at work, too much time at the computer, smoking, diabetes, previous injury to the area or medication for an unrelated disorder.


Phases of Care

There are four general phases of chiropractic care. The first two generally apply to everyone while the last two depend on your condition and what level of chiropractic care you require.

Initial care

Your first goal while under treatment is to start to feel better; therefore, your office visits are more frequent and composed of therapies designed to help offer relief of your symptoms and to show you ways to prevent it from reoccurring.

Depending on your age, condition, lifestyle, and response to treatment repeated visits over weeks may be needed to reduce or eliminate your symptoms. The goal is to move through this phase as quickly as possible to stabilize the situation. Although your symptoms may be largely gone at the end of this phase of treatment, it is very important to continue your care into the next phase to completely heal and prevent any re occurrence of your problem.

Rehabilitative care

Underlying tissue dysfunction and degeneration often remain after your original symptoms have improved. Rehabilitative care stabilizes your condition and promotes complete healing. During this time your visit frequency is reduced and advanced strengthening and flexibility exercises are given. You learn how to take care of yourself for life to avoid reinjury and understand how to minimize problems should they arise again.

Preventative/Maintenance Care

After maximum therapeutic benefit has been gained, you may elect to see us on a phone-in basis or you may visit us on a periodic visit basis. Because many problems are due to chronically poor posture and overuse syndromes, occasional visits can help catch problems before they become serious.

The spine and other related joints and tissues are generally strong and resilient structures; however, the demands of daily living can make us susceptible to injury. By identifying and treating problems early on, often when the symptoms are mild, progressive dysfunction is limited and escalating problems can be stopped or minimized.

Our office creates mutually agreed upon visits that include treatments as well as reevaluations, specific self-help activities, and exercise plans. As your life situation changes (for example, your job stresses) your treatment needs change and so will your care plan. Our goals are to improve your health and improve your quality of life

Supportive care

After maximum therapeutic benefit has been attained, some patients over time fail to sustain this benefit and regress after their treatment has stopped. Typical reasons may include chronic injuries, ongoing stress at work or other activities of daily living. These patients are put on a supportive care plan to help them manage their conditions and prevent their initial problems from reoccurring.

Does this sound interesting? Please contact our Phoenix chiropractic office to make an appointment.

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Casalino Chiropractic Center | Phoenix | (602) 993-9933