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  • "Having practiced Interventional Pain Management for nearly a decade, I have referred countless patients for chiropractic care. I believe it is an integral component of treating and managing both acute and chronic episodes of pain. While the patients I have referred to Dr. Rethwisch have been pleased with his honest, straight-forward, and professional approach during their treatment, the majority of their comments are focused on the positive results they have received.
    Having suffered from episodes of neck and back pain myself, I have benefited from treatment Dr. Rethwisch has given me. He is an exceptional practitioner and I know when I refer patients to see him they will receive excellent care."
    Wade Lukken, M.D., American Board of Pain Medicine
  • "I have referred many patients, including my wife and both parents, to Dr. Jeremiah Rethwisch for various conditions including cervical or lumbar radiculopathy (pinched nerves in the neck or low back), lumbago, cervicalgia, SI joint dysfunction, hip pain, and muscle spasms just to name a few. I have found chiropractic care and joint manipulation to be essential components in the conservative management of spine related conditions and other orthopedic conditions."
    Stephen R. Brown, M.D., Orthopedic Surgeo
  • "Several years ago, I had severe low back pain. I first went to the surgeon who had little to offer me other than pain pills or a scalpel. So when I was having a lot of pain, I found Dr. Rethwisch. He explained what chiropractic is, and how he could help me, and he did help me. Since then, my wife, three of my daughters, and one of my sons have seen him. I recently had an episode of neck pain. I couldn't turn my head, and couldn't sleep through the night. I consulted Dr. Rethwisch first this time. He took X rays, diagnosed my problem, and with a handful of treatments had me cured once again."
    Stephen Lazoritz, M.D., Medical Director
  • "I have used Dr. Rethwisch's expertise in both chiropractic and acupuncture to help a number of my patients in whom I felt surgery would not be helpful. I have seen positive results in a number of conditions, including low back pain, degenerative disc disease, radiculopathy, whiplash-associated disorders and cervicalgia, just to name a few. I believe Chiropractic to be an essential component in the comprehensive care of many spinal conditions and, in this regard, Dr. Rethwisch has provided excellent care to my patients."
    Keith Lodhia M.D., Neurosurgeon
  • "I am thankful for Dr. Rethwisch’s multimodal treatment approach including mobilizations, manipulations, Active Release Therapy, and utilization of Cold Laser Therapy. He has been a great adjunct in treating my headaches and thoracic hypomobility. We have also successfully used a multidisciplinary approach with common patients. His compassionate and comprehensive care, in addition to his expertise, is highly respected. The staff is friendly, prompt, and always willing to find the perfect appointment time for you."
    Amy L. Millar, PT, Physical Therapist

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have referred many patients, including my wife and both parents, to Dr. Jeremiah Rethwisch for various conditions including cervical or lumbar radiculopathy (pinched nerves in the neck or low back), lumbago, cervicalgia, SI joint dysfunction, hip pain, and muscle spasms just to name a few. I have found chiropractic care and joint manipulation to be essential components in the conservative management of spine related conditions and other orthopedic conditions."
    Stephen R. Brown, M.D., Orthopedic Surgeon
  • "I am thankful for Dr. Rethwisch’s multimodal treatment approach including mobilizations, manipulations, Active Release Therapy, and utilization of Cold Laser Therapy. He has been a great adjunct in treating my headaches and thoracic hypomobility. We have also successfully used a multidisciplinary approach with common patients. His compassionate and comprehensive care, in addition to his expertise, is highly respected. The staff is friendly, prompt, and always willing to find the perfect appointment time for you."
    Amy L. Millar, PT, Physical Therapist

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