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Newark, DE 19713 US

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Gardening and Yard Work Injury

Relief from Gardening Injury and Yard Work Injury with our Newark Chiropractor

Gardening is an enjoyable activity that results in beautiful landscaping and a feeling of satisfaction. However, you may also experience other feelings such as back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and hip pain. If you like to garden but do not enjoy the day after discomfort, our Newark chiropractor has timely and effective pain relief.

Woman with back pain walking through her garden.

At Diamond State Chiropractic, our health team encourages you to be active and that includes working in your yard. If you experience a gardening injury or yard work injuries such as back pain, neck pain or joint pain, our chiropractor in Newark evaluates your condition and presents a chiropractic healing plan. Dr. Kristina Hollstein and Dr. Shavneet Kler work with you to determine the best healing approach so you can finish what you started in your beautiful yard.

Chiropractic Care for Gardening Injury and Yard Work Injury

The repetitive bending and standing when you work in the yard cause strain on your back. You may have overworked the muscles or have moved your spine out of a healthy alignment. Regardless of the gardening injury that led to back pain, our chiropractor in Newark gently adjusts your spine to alleviate your back pain and return your spine to a healthy alignment.

Other movements in the yard such as pulling weeds, shoveling dirt or digging holes, planting seeds and flowers or mowing the grass, may cause strain in your neck. If you are feeling neck pain from pulling and reaching, our chiropractors ease your discomfort through gentle neck adjustments. We also teach you stretching exercises to alleviate muscle tension and restore your range of motion.

You use your shoulders, knees, and hips to perform your yard work and these joints may experience pain and tenderness following hours of gardening. Not only do our chiropractors adjust your spine, they also adjust your joints for pain-free alignment and improved mobility. You leave our office feeling ready to return to your tasks and are able to fix up your yard without discomfort.

Contact our Newark Chiropractor for Gardening Injury Relief Today!

Our Newark chiropractor is your partner for good health. If you have stressed your back, neck or joints and are feeling pain, please speak with us about our natural healing options. Our gentle chiropractic adjustments ease your vertebrae and joints into alignment for smooth movements without pain.

We also teach you healthier ways to perform your yard work so you are able to alleviate discomfort in the future. Our chiropractor in Newark believes in the body's ability to heal itself, but you should not wait in pain. We have options to lessen your discomfort and provide lasting relief.

The benefits of chiropractor care extend beyond healing a yard work injury. We strive to improve your overall health and wellness. To learn more about our chiropractic care for back pain and neck pain following yard work, please contact us today at 302-828-0051.

Business Hours

Monday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

No Morning Appts. (Special Arrangements only)

2:00 pm-7:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have benefited tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Hollstein."
    John D Newark, DE
  • "Doctors & Staff are great, very professional. I have benefited by coming here, Dr. Hollstein steered me away from surgery & that’s great! Thanks!"
    Paul P.

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