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Complete Chiropractic Services in Manchester, NH

Located on the Manchester/Bedford line, the leading health professionals at Chiropractic Association of Bedford are dedicated to helping you achieve your wellness objectives – combining skill and expertise that spans the entire chiropractic wellness spectrum. Our doctors are committed to bringing you better health and a better way of life by teaching and practicing the true principles of chiropractic wellness care. Patients seeking treatment at Chiropractic Association of Bedford are assured of receiving only the finest quality care through the use of modern chiropractic equipment and technology. Our doctors and staff have a genuine concern for your well-being!

Chiropractic and massage therapy are great tools to get your body back to where it's supposed to be. We'll examine your individual needs and devise a treatment plan to offer relief and improved mobility. We will tailor our wellness program to target your specific needs. Chiropractic adjustments focus on alignment and nerve supply in order to help your body fight off infection, become stronger, and feel relief from pain. Massage therapy focuses on muscle groups in order to create a long-term approach to pain management and improved mobility.

Let Our Chiropractic Specialists & Massage Therapists Help You Today!

Our Doctors will explain how chiropractic helps with so much more than traditional back and neck pain, it can help alleviate symptoms experienced from a variety of conditions. Here at Chiropractic Association of Bedford, we take tremendous pride in our initial exam procedures to find out the root cause of your issue and then develop a plan of care to get and keep your family well for a lifetime.

Massage therapy is one great way to achieve maximum relaxation and pain relief. Many patients find that regular visits to a massage therapist can help to alleviate chronic pain and provide relief. No one should suffer from frequent or constant pain. If you're not getting relief from your current regimen, making an appointment to see a massage therapist could provide added relief. Our massage therapists target muscle groups and problem areas, applying the appropriate amount of pressure for your body. Our job is to reduce pain, improve range of motion, and help you relax and unwind.

If you've been experiencing pain due to age, genetics, or your job, massage therapy might be the answer. These days many of us experience pain in our necks, hips, and backs because of sedentary office jobs. Massage therapy can help get blood moving and revitalize tired or strained muscles. Our qualified therapists will target your most painful muscle groups; using massage, we will work to relax your body and ease muscle tension. For your next appointment with our talented massage therapists, call or stop in today.


Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8 - 11:45am

3 - 5:45pm

Tuesday:

8 - 11:45am

3 - 5:45pm

Wednesday:

8 - 11:45am

3 - 5:45pm

Thursday:

8 - 11:45am

3 - 5:45pm

Friday:

8 - 11:45am

3 - 5:45pm

Saturday:

8 - 11:45am

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Always feel great walking out of Chiropractic Associates. I highly recommend them. My wife and I have been going to there for close to 20 years. We wouldn't go anywhere else. Once you try them, you'll never go anywhere else."
    William J.
  • "All of the staff is extremely professional and efficient. The organization of the practice of also extremely efficient. I feel confident with the knowledge and experience of the staff. Pleasant experience."
    Barbara M.

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