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Tacoma Chiropractors Provide All-Inclusive Care for Car Accident Injury & Workers Compensation

Our Tacoma chiropractors and healthcare team at Proctor Chiropractic strive to be your Health and Wellness experts. You'll notice right away that our practice is different from other Tacoma chiropractors focus on health and wellness carechiropractic offices because we focus on providing comprehensive care that includes health, wellness and rehabilitation services. In addition to providing chiropractic treatment for your car accident injury, sports injury, chronic pain, or workers compensation case, we work to make you feel healthy in mind and spirit, too. Since 2003, we have been providing natural care to help our patients live vibrant and healthy lives.

Our Tacoma chiropractor, Dr. George Keogh, has over twenty years of experience helping patients recover from a sports injury, workers compensation accident, or car accident injury. We promote a unique system called the Empowerment Model of Healthcare which makes you a partner in understanding and monitoring your own health and progress during treatment. If you've come to our office for relief from back pain, neck pain, chronic pain, or headaches and migraines, our chiropractor will recommend a customized treatment plan that may include massage therapy, chiropractic care, corrective exercises, physiotherapy, and active therapeutic movement.

However, you'll be in the driver's seat because we also give you the knowledge and education you need to take control of your recovery. You may also want to attend doctor-led wellness workshops or discover personalized exercises designed to help you speed or control your rehabilitation process.

Tacoma Chiropractor Focus on Health and Wellness

When patients come to our office complaining of pain from some type of sports injury, work-related injury, or car accident injury our Tacoma chiropractors perform a thorough examination to determine the extent of any injuries and look for underlying causes of pain. Based on your individual situation, Dr. Keogh, will recommend an individualized program of spinal manipulations and adjustments, along with other conservative care therapies designed to help you avoid surgery and rehabilitate in the most natural way possible.

We have a genuine concern for your overall health and well-being. In addition to pain Tacoma rehab for sports injury and car accident injury patientsmanagement and rehabilitation, we also work to help you achieve optimal wellness by focusing on our six areas of health and fitness. A main area of concentration is on working to help you build a healthy nervous system. If your spinal column is out of alignment, it can put pressure on nerve endings which may lead to problems in all areas of your body. Once we have helped to realign and strengthen your spine, we will provide lifestyle counseling that includes components of nutrition, exercise, rest, detoxification and building a Positive Mental Attitude. We can help you remove the dangerous toxins in your body that may be causing fatigue and illness, and replace them with a healthy lifestyle that promotes natural health and healing.

Proctor Chiropractic welcomes our friends and neighbors from Tacoma, Proctor, Federal Way, Lakewood, Gig Harbor, Fife and the surrounding communities to call us today and "Make Us Your Health and Wellness Experts."

Call us at 253-756-7500 today.

George Keogh
Tacoma Chiropractor | Proctor Chiropractic | (253) 756-7500
Fax: 253-756-7501

3901 6th Ave Tacoma, WA 98406


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Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet the Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr
    George Keogh
    D.C.
    Doctor
    He is dedicated to providing 'state of the art' natural pain relief treatments, coupled with education about how to get and stay out of pain.
  • Dr
    Joseph Luke
    D.C.
    Doctor

    His mission is to help families and individuals experience and achieve optimal health through Chiropractic, Nutrition, and Exercise.

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I see both Dr George and Jorge at Proctor Chiropractic and couldn't be happier!"
    Jessica St G.
  • "Outstanding place to heal! No nonsense, friendly, and skilled."
    Lynn H.
  • "Always accommodating of my crazy schedule!!!
    Top Notch!"
    Carol W.

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