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Discover Soft Tissue And Spine
Grand Rapids Chiropractic Office
Dr. Eric Lambert, DC and Maggie Zick, LMT
Specializing in Soft Tissue Injuries and Treatment
Our goal is to help people feel better and live healthier
lives. Our healthcare practice is built on trust and
integrity. We educate our patients in order to work together to prescribe the
right treatment from our full-service approach to
musculo-skeletal care. What makes us different is that we treat not only the
joint component but we also treat the soft tissues (muscles, tendons,
ligaments, and nerves) that contribute to pain and injuries. In our office we specialize in finding and fixing adhesion.
Discover the Difference at our office, Discover Relief!
"My massages are always great, but this time my therapist was able to use recent training to address a very specific problem I had been having with my arm. She found the issue and was able to help tremendously. Over the years I have been getting treatment, it has always been nice and obvious that Dr. Lambert and his staff stay well up to date on the latest Chiropractic care information."
"I highly recommend Discover Soft Tissue & Spine. I first started seeing them when I was experiencing back pain and not getting relief through regular physical therapy. My back is now so much better, plus they have also treated my shoulders and feet with very good results. The staff is excellent -- very proficient and good listeners. Five stars!"
Gloria Broomhall, Ada MI
"Soft Tissue Work and Chiropractor Works! Besides professional service and friendliness, the soft tissue has been a blessing. It is a mix of PT and Chiro. I no longer have the headaches I had and he is helping my hip!"
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