Welcome and thanks for visiting us here at Dr Keith Online, the cyberspace version of Gillaspy Chiropractic Center, one of the leading Chiropractic clinics in Harrisburg. You’re on your way to feeling better and getting back to the things you like to do! We want our website to serve as a resource for learning about what we do as chiropractors, what chiropractic is and what it can do for you and your loved ones. Please take some time to browse our site and don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions
Why Choose Dr Keith As Your Chiropractic Provider?
Our practice is focused on pain relief simply because, lets face it, pain is the number one reason a patient will call us. Dr Keith believes a doctor of chiropractic is responsible for helping his patients out of pain in the most efficient way possible. We are dedicated to this notion and the science of pain relief and work every day to consistently increase the quality of our care. That being said we also strive to provide guidance and instruction regarding health maintenance, diet, exercise, etc. to all who are interested.
What Should You Expect From Your Visit To Dr Keith?
Our office specializes in low back pain and neck related problems such as arm pain and headaches. While we offer a full spectrum of traditional chiropractic treatments such as manual adjusting, Dr Keith is proud to be the first Harrisburg Chiropractic office to provide computerized adjusting. The Pulstar uses NASA engineering to graphically display information about the spine on a computer monitor and then introduces a mild percussive force to correct pain-producing problem areas.
Learn more about these treatments and the many other treatments Gillaspy Chiropractic Center offers to treat pain and ease muscle tension through our website.
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