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Being an avid athletic competitor and 5-time Ironman finisher himself has provided Dr. John Tuggle, the Tri Doc, with a deep, personal insight into the pains and chronic injuries that bench athletes from their favorite activities. He understands how crushing it is to be held back by injury or pain. Combine his experience with his extensive knowledge and ferocious desire to stay on the cutting edge of new treatment techniques, and it’s easy to see why Dr. Tuggle was named the #1 Chiropractor by Austin Fit Magazine for 2013. However, even if you’re not an athlete, the techniques performed by Dr. Tuggle can treat and vastly improve a wide range of conditions, including:
• Back pain
• Neck pain
• Knee pain
• Plantar fasciitis
• Carpal tunnel syndrome
Dr. Tuggle, who trained at the Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, has also used his expertise to treat whiplash, auto-related injuries, and work injuries. People often wonder how chiropractic care can help resolve pain and help them achieve overall wellness, and the answer begins with having an understanding of what chiropractic care is and how it works:
Chiropractic care is a system of treatment that is designed to help with the musculoskeletal system – the body's framework of bones and muscles. By adjusting the spine, chiropractors correct and prevent restrictions not only on the spine, but also in other areas of the body via connection between the vast network of spinal nerves and muscles in the human body. One of the many reasons chiropractic care is so effective for a number of conditions is the combination of Eastern medicine (focus on natural healing) and Western medicine (focus on emerging technology) methodologies. Dr. Tuggle believes a well-maintained spine, in conjunction with balanced nutrition, exercise, and rest, is one of the fundamental principles for achieving overall health.
In addition, Dr. Tuggle practices the most advanced techniques in the field with the belief that the body, when properly aligned and balanced, is capable of naturally healing itself to achieve its optimum health. He is certified in the Graston Technique, Active Release Technologies (ART), and Kinesio taping, all of which are beneficial for treating a range pain and injuries. Our practice also offers spinal decompression and massage therapy, which can be successful in treating chronic low back pain, disc herniation, bulges, and pent-up tension.
Our Cedar Park chiropractic clinic is consistently committed to delivering great results. By investing his time and effort into researching and getting certified in new techniques, Dr. Tuggle is able to provide patients with an unmatched quality of care. As a premier chiropractic practice in the Austin area, we see the many ways chiropractic care can help people on a daily basis. Click through our website to realize how you can personally benefit from Dr. Tuggle’s expertise and dedication.
Our Cedar Park clinic is located just northwest of Austin and south of Leander, which makes us convenient for the communities of Round Rock, Georgetown, Jonestown, Liberty Hill, Lakeway and Lago Vista.
Contact us today at 512-257-2225 to schedule your first appointment and start your journey back to a pain-free life.
Dr.Tuggle, voted one of Austin Fit Magazine's Top Chiropractors in 2013 & 2014, is dedicated to helping athletes and non-athletes alike live pain-free and achieve overall wellness.
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