Loveland Chiropractor Physical Therapy Acupuncture Membership Program Launched

Loveland multidisciplinary health clinic Scott Family Health launched Integrative Health, a new membership plan offering chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy services. Clients benefit from custom treatments and consulting in exchange for a low monthly fee.

Loveland, United States - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Scott Family Health, a multidisciplinary health clinic based in Loveland, Colorado, announced a new membership program for clients looking to benefit from complete chiropractic, acupuncture, physical and massage therapy, and direct primary care services. The Integrative Health program combines the benefits of multiple medical disciplines to provide custom medical solutions for clients of all ages.

More information can be found at https://scottchiro.com/the-1-2-3-punch-of-integrative-health.

The program includes complete chiropractic services. All procedures are preceded by a complete consultation including a variety of tests such as orthopedic, muscular, reflexes, range of motion and many others. The clinic’s professional chiropractors will then create an individualized treatment plan to help clients improve their function and eliminate musculoskeletal pain.

Scott Family Health specializes in chiropractic adjustments to ensure the correct alignment of spine and joints. All services are provided by professional chiropractors with extensive experience working with clients of all ages. Referrals to other medical professional are provided, if necessary.

Integrative Health also provides its members with complete acupuncture treatments. The clinic specializes in both traditional Eastern practices and modern innovations, offering painless therapy sessions to help patients alleviate the symptoms of sinusitis, rhinitis, headaches and other conditions.

Finally, the membership program includes custom massage therapy. Clients benefit from working with licensed practitioners to alleviate chronic and acute pain, improve muscular function, eliminate stress and promote relaxation.

The latest program is part of the clinic’s efforts to provide high-quality, professional services for clients in Loveland, Fort Collins and the surrounding areas.

A satisfied client said: “Five members of our family have been receiving high quality, compassionate care for over a year now and could not imagine going anywhere else. Between chiropractic, acupuncture and massage, staff and providers have treated us for sports injuries, migraines, general body aches, and numerous other health issues. We recommend Scott Family Health frequently.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Ashley Riss
Organization: Scott Family Health
Address: 1491 Denver Ave #101, Loveland, CO 80538, United States
Phone: +1-970-663-2225

For more information, please visit https://www.scottchiro.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300588

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