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Broadway Chiropractic Mission Statement!

Dr. Phil & Dr. Jessica Szalowski
It is the mission of our office to provide the highest quality Chiropractic care available. We do this by not only treating symptoms, but also seeking out and eliminating the cause of illness and disease so that the body can heal from the inside out. Through patient education, community lectures and service we strive to enhance general healthcare awareness so that people can live longer, happier, healthier lives.

WHIPLASH-I know what it is now
This is a daily statement being made by new members of the "Whiplash Club." The term "whiplash" is such a common term to the general populace, but only after one has had the unfortunate experience, is the true understanding really felt.


Chiropractors, Ground Zero Heroes
The atrocities of September 11, 2001 have affected us all. Stress levels are high. A 16% increase in prescriptions for "mood regulators" has occurred since the tragedy. Most people are at a loss as to how they can help. Like many Americans, chiropractors have donated blood and made substantial donations to the Red Cross relief fund.

However, for a growing number of chiropractors, "how to help" immediately meant doing the thing they do best: to give chiropractic adjustments to the workers at the site of the World Trade Center.



Caution: Low Shoulder
"Caution: Low Shoulder" is an obvious danger sign. On the highway, it means to watch where you're going. If you get too close to the side of the road, you'll slide off into the ditch where you might get stuck or even roll your car. When you have a low shoulder, you may be in danger of sliding off into ill health. A low shoulder can often indicate a musculo-skeletal (muscles and the bones they're attached to) imbalance that can create functional problems, as well as, pain.


Tennis Elbow Pain Anyone
Whether you are competing against yourself or on a team, competitive athletes want the ability to "give it all you've got." You want to play up to your natural talent; and frustration occurs when injury disables you, especially one that keeps coming back.

Tennis Elbow is just such an injury. Tennis Elbow ("elbow tendonitis" or "epicondylitis") is inflammation where a tendon attaches one of the forearm muscles to the bone of the upper arm. Symptoms of Tennis Elbow include inflammation, elbow pain and wrist weakness. Tennis Elbow is diagnosed in players of all racquet sports and in carpenters, electricians, skiers, bowlers and golfers.




Vision of the Human Skeleton