Bruce Presnick, DC
Bruce Presnick, DC
Dr. Bruce Presnick is a chiropractor who has been in private practice since 1978. He has a post-graduate degree in Chiropractic Orthopedics and specializes in sports injuries, carpal tunnel, post-trauma, fitness, and holistic approaches to health. His purpose is to help people achieve their full health potential, through Chiropractic care, nutritional advice and lifestyle counseling; to expand our community's knowledge of non-drug solutions to health problems; and to encourage people to choose Chiropractic care and preventive health measures to maintain their health, and the health of their families.
To fulfill my purpose, I offer:
o Physical examinations, health assessments, physical therapy. and post-surgical care
o Chiropractic adjustments, to restore normal nervous system function to the muscles, organs and glands of the body
o Exercise instruction to rehabilitate and strengthen muscles which have been injured or weakened
o Stress management techniques, to help reduce muscle spasm, and contribute to overall well-being
o Neck and Back Pain
o Spinal Trauma
o TMJ Dysfunction
o Pinched Nerves
o Sciatic Pain
o Painful Joints
o Numbness in Legs & Arms
o Spinal Conditions
o Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
o All Joint Related Conditions
o Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
o Myofascial Release
o Migraine Headaches
o Sports Injuries
Chiropractic philosophy differs dramatically from the traditional medical philosophy of health. The medical establishment believes that drugs can bring a body back to a healthy state. Organs are sometimes removed or transplanted to keep the system 'functioning'. This approach to health is termed an OUTSIDE-IN approach, because external factors such as drugs and surgery are used to treat a condition.
Chiropractic philosophy, on the other hand, proposes that your body's intelligence system flows via the nervous system to organs, tissue, and every last cell of your body. Since the human body is designed to self-heal and self-regulate, a blockage in the nervous system, in the form of subluxation can impair the "signal flow" along the nerve pathways, thus, causing malfunction in the body, eventually resulting in disease.
The chiropractic approach is to stimulate the body – through adjustments – to correct itself naturally. This
approach to health is termed an INSIDE-OUT approach.