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Best Chiropractor: Lowrey Chiropractic

Village Life photo by Mike Roberts
Village Life photo by Mike Roberts

Dr. Judd Lowrey combines chiropractic care and the latest sports therapy. His hybrid approach works well for muscular and skeletal problems, plus headaches, carpal tunnel, shin splints, sciatica, plantar fasciitis and especially elbow, shoulder and knee problems.

Lowrey was a competitive runner and a conventional chiropractor when he saw therapists performing Active Release Techniques after a race. It seemed like a miracle cure. “I decided to go back to school,” he said.

He’s now certified in Active Release and Graston Techniques. Both treat injuries by breaking down scar tissues and adhesions that shorten muscles, increase tendon tension, constrain nerves, causing pain.

Treatment increases the blood flow to the injury. Muscles heal properly. Range-of-motion returns, trapped nerves are freed. Treatments consist of diagnosis, therapy, including traditional chiropractic techniques, and education.

Lowrey Chiropractic is located at 5007 Windplay Drive, Suite 2, El Dorado Hills For more information call (916) 941-7508 or visit lowreychiropractic.com.

 

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