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Dr. Dresner is a Chiropractic Physician Certified in Acupuncture

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Contact Dresner Chiropractic Center today at 561-798-9778 for your initial consultation.


Love Dr. Dresner!! Good to his clients! He has worked on my two girls when they were active gymnasts. When I need an adjustment or a massage, they always can accommodate us!! I would recommend him as the best in Wellington; for kids, teens and adults....

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In our office we use only sterile,single use disposable needles. treatment is rarely painful as the diameter of an acupuncture needle is barely more than a human hair. most people describe the treatments as very relaxing and it is not unusual for the patient to fall asleep during treatment.

 

The number of treatments will vary with different conditions. Chronic problems usually require more treatments than acute problems. However, each individual will respond uniquely. It is possible for some patients to notice improvement after one treatment, while others may not notice any effect until the sixth or eighth visit.

Family Health Care - Wellington Florida Chiropractor 

Chiropractic care is for the entire family from infants to teens to young men and women including pregnant women and well into our older years. 

 

It is a family lifestyle and health decision to choose good, alternative, natural healing health care that is not full of prescription drugs and constant surgeries. 

 

Taking a holistic approach to your family's healthcare will help you stay well, get sick less often and keep balance in your body where it is needed the most.

Services offered in our Wellington Chiropractic Center:

  • Chiropractic Treatments and Care
  • Acupuncture Treatments 
  • Massage Therapy
  • Rehabilitation
  • Physiotherapy

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Wellington Florida Chiropractor

Top 10 Questions about Chiropractic

1.  What is Chiropractic?

 

Chiropractic is a health care discipline that stresses the importance of the structural integrity of the body. Chiropractic recognizes the relationship of the human body as a whole however, pays particular attention to the neurological and musculoskeletal systems. The Chiropractor understands that when the structural integrity of the body is compromised the body’s ability to function optimally is diminished. Chiropractic is a method of treatment that is conservative and that does not prescribe medications or perform surgery. In Florida, a chiropractic physician is considered a primary health care provider, and as such a direct portal of entry to our health care system.

 

2.  How do I know if I can benefit from Chiropractic treatment?

 

The first step is to come into the office and meet with Dr. Dresner. He will perform a consultation, physical examination and possibly recommend x-rays or lab work. It is at that time that he may advise you as to weather or not you are a candidate for Chiropractic care.

 

3.  Will I need x-rays?

 

The answer is possibly. Not all patients require x-rays however some may. If it is necessary in your particular case we have the ability to take x-rays right here in our office.

 

4.  What is a MRI scan?

 

MRI or magnetic resonance imaging is a diagnostic test used to help diagnose conditions that x-rays or physical examination alone can not. Chiropractors have the ability to refer you for MRI studies if necessary.  

 

5.  Will I need more than one treatment?

 

Each patient is different. Some patients may require multiple treatments to resolve or stabilize their condition. Others may not. If your situation requires more than one treatment, the doctor will recommend a “plan of care” which outlines the type, intensity and frequency of treatment recommended.

 

6.  What kind of treatments may be involved in my care?

 

Dr. Dresner may use or recommend; Chiropractic adjustments, acupuncture, massage therapy and various modes of physical therapy depending on your condition. He may use one, none or a combination of several modalities.

 

7.  What is an adjustment?

 

An adjustment is a procedure performed by a Chiropractor to correct a vertebral subluxation. It is a specific calculated force which may be performed by hand or with specialized instruments. The doctor will utilize a method appropriate for your particular situation.

 

8.  What is the “cracking” sound sometimes produced with an adjustment?

 

That sound commonly referred to as an “audible” is NOT your spine or bones rubbing against other bones like many people believe. That sound is created by gas pressure released when the joints are separated. Not all chiropractic adjustments produce an audible. In fact, some adjustments produce no audible sound at all.

 

9.  What are some of the conditions that people often seek Chiropractic for?

 

Some of the more common conditions include: Neck, back, shoulder pain, sciatica, numbness, tingling in arms and legs, arthritis, headaches. stress, tension, fatigue, fibromyalgia.

 

10.  How do I get started?


All you need to do is contact our office and we will be glad to schedule an appointment for you. You may phone us at 561-798-9778 or you can schedule through our web site at dresnerchiropractic.com.



Top 10 Questions about Acupuncture

1. What is acupuncture and how does it work?

Acupuncture has been around for approximately six thousand years. It is the primary type of health care for more than a billion people today. Acupuncture is commonly known for its pain relieving effects and is used effectively for internal disease and psychological conditions. Ancient Chinese doctors found that there is a network of energy which travels just below the skin. This network sends messages from the skins surface to internal organs, tissues and glands at precise locations called “acupoints”. There are more than one thousand acupoints on the body which travel in pathways called “meridians”. Energy or Qi (Chi) flows through these meridians and works to influence and harmonize all systems of the body. Due to physical, chemical and mental stresses, this energy can become blocked causing dysfunction in one or more of the bodies systems. By stimulating certain acupoints, in precise sequences, energy can be restored helping the bodies’ natural healing abilities.

2. Is acupuncture painful?

Acupuncture treatment is rarely painful as the diameter of an acupuncture needle is barely more than a human hair. Most people describe the treatments as very relaxing and it is not unusual for the patient to fall asleep during treatment.


3. Is acupuncture safe?

In our office we use only sterile, single use disposable needles. Needles are used only one time and then properly disposed of. The doctor takes special precaution to use “clean needle technique” which involves specific protocol for ensuring a clean treatment area and sterility. Prior to treatment the doctor will consult with the patient and determine if there are any underlying health conditions that would contraindicate the use of acupuncture.

4. How many treatments will I need?

The number of treatments will vary with different conditions. Chronic problems usually require more treatments than acute problems. However, each individual will respond uniquely. It is possible for some patients to notice improvement after one treatment, while others may not notice any effect until the sixth or eighth visit. Patients with acute problems, who suffered little or no tissue damage, results are often permanent. Chronic conditions which have accumulated throughout the years may exacerbate from time to time and may require booster treatments periodically.

5. What is Qi?

Qi (Chi, qi,) pronounced “chi”; as used in traditional Chinese culture is the active, main part of any living being. Qi is frequently translated as life force, or energy flow. Qi is the central principle in traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture theory. It is not unusual for patients undergoing acupuncture treatment to experience or feel Qi, which is often described as a warming, tingling, flowing sensation as acupoints are unblocked or stimulated.

6. How many needles does the doctor use?

The number of needles and placement of the needles depends on your particular situation and condition. As a general rule, the doctor will use as few needles as possible to accomplish the desired results. Using fewer needles allows a more direct effect on the acupoints.

7. Does the doctor use other modalities in conjunction with acupuncture?

The doctor may use modalities like electric stimulation, massage therapy, cupping, nutritional counseling and exercise recommendations to compliment your acupuncture treatment.

8. How do I know if I can benefit from acupuncture treatment?

The first step is to come into the office and meet with Dr. Dresner. He will perform a consultation and physical examination. He may also recommend lab testing or diagnostic imaging depending on your situation. It is at that time that he may advise you as to weather or not you are a candidate for acupuncture.


9. What types of conditions do people seek acupuncture for?

Some of the more common conditions people look to treat or improve through acupuncture include: Headaches, back, neck, shoulder pain, stress, fatigue, lack of energy, weight loss, hypertension, arthritis, fibromyalgia, overall wellness.

10. How do I get started?

All you need to do is contact our office and we will be glad to schedule an appointment for you. You may phone us at 561-798-9778 or you can schedule through our web site at dresnerchiropractic.com.

Read what our patients say...

Dr Dresner is our Favorite Wellington Chiropractor and Wellington Certified Physician! We have been going to Dresner Chiropractic Center for over 12 years. He has helped our entire family with their holistic health care since many of our family members were little children. Dr Dresner is kind and gentle in his approach to caring for his patients.

Katerina Gasset

Patient

I have been going to Dr. Dresner for years he is always willing to find room in his busy schedule to fit you into his day. He and his staff always make you feel comfortable and look forward to going back. He makes my back, neck and jaw feel amazing if you need relief Dr Dresner will see that you get it.. he is a FIVE STAR Doc!

Margaret Vasquez

Patient

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Dr. Dresner is a highly proficient Chiropractor, one who is also certified in Acupuncture. Dr. David Dresner has been helping residents in the western communities of South Florida for over 20 years.


Our Wellington Fl  office is open at these hours:

 

Monday

 

9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

3:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.

 

Tuesday

 

3:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.

 

Wednesday

 

9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

3:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.

Thursday

 

3:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.

 

Friday

 

9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

3:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M.

 

Saturday

 

9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

 


Dresner Chiropractic Center 

13889 Wellington Trace
Wellington, Fl  33414
daviddresner@bellsouth.net

Tel: 561-798-9778

Fax: 561-798-0563

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