About Charles J Myers, DC

Charles J Myers, D.C. has been a practicing chiropractor for over 33 years. He received his chiropractic degree from Northwestern College of Chiropractic in St. Paul, Mn.

In addition, he holds certifications in chiropractic acupuncture, nutrition and adjunctive procedures (physical therapy modalities). He also has advanced training in chiropractic rehabilitation, sports medicine, weight management, personal injury (auto-accidents) and other areas of healthcare.

Dr. Myers was the owner and operator of the first chiropractic, rehabilitation and weight management center in Pennsylvania. Here he not only treated his own patients but rendered rehabilitation therapy to the patients of other area doctors who referred their patients to him.

Interestingly, Dr. Myers has suffered with chronic lower back pain most of his life. He blames the cause of his pain on football injuries, hereditary (ankylosing spondylitis), occupation, a short leg and trigger points. Despite his history and pain he attributes his success with his own personal battle with lower back pain to the application of the information, procedures and steps that he presents in this website.

Along with applying his years of experience, knowledge and this same approach his patients were able to achieve very satisfying results, even when other methods failed.

As both a treating chiropractic clinician and a lower back pain sufferer, his unique approach and successful methods are presented in his website.

Dr. Myers' presentation is objective, in-depth and applicable to all, whether a lower back pain sufferer or not. He lays out an approach to lower back pain and spinal health that focuses on the overall structure and function of the human frame. Special emphasis is on the body's foundation (feet), the major source of pain (trigger points), and the function of the nerves, muscles and joints.

Armed with the information found in his website, Dr. Myers believes you too can achieve successful and lasting relief from your lower back pain. This will enable you to have a more productive, pain-free, longer and happier life.

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