AccessHealth Chiropractic Center
1517 Old Apex Rd Suite 118
Cary, NC 27511
Phone: (919) 377-0351
Fax: (866) 596-8211
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Cary Chiropractor – Apex Chiropractor – Raleigh Chiropractor
AccessHealth Chiropractic Center provides chiropractic care in Cary and convenient to Apex, Raleigh, and the greater Triangle region. Our Cary chiropractors focus on providing chiropractic care for athletes and active individuals as well as chiropractic care for pregnancy.
Our chiropractors provide chiropractic adjustments, Graston Technique, dry needling, acupuncture and stretches and corrective exercises as strategies to relieve pain and get you back to being active again. This means you get comprehensive treatment with longer chiropractic appointments to relieve back pain, joint pain, headaches, shoulder and arm pain, hip and leg pain, and pain during pregnancy.
If you’re looking for a Cary chiropractor with 5-star chiropractic reviews, years of chiropractic experience, affordable chiropractic prices, and who’s evidence-informed then AccessHealth Chiropractic Center in Cary would love to help.
The Latest Content from our Cary Chiropractors
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Psoas pain symptoms generally include tenderness, tightness, and discomfort in the hip and lower back. If you're trying to figure out if your hip flexors are a pain point, this content will give you an idea about whether they are or not. I always recommend...read more
Ah, the psoas muscle. Most of us who train frequently are familiar with the psoas muscle, short for iliopsoas, and commonly referred to as the "hip flexor." "My hip flexors are tight." "My hip flexors hurt." "All this sitting has got my hip flexors fired...read more
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