The best way to find a Chiropractor Delray Beach

Many people look for a chiropractor when they are in pain or having symptoms, but don't know where to start their search. It can be confusing to know what to look for, the right questions to ask, and what services are necessary. If you're looking for a chiropractor in Delray Beach the good news is there are many options with great results to choose from. The purpose of this article is provide you with information to make your search easier.

A good place to start is by asking a friend for a referral. Most people know someone that has been to a chiropractor, and going to someone that has been recommended is a good place to start. That way you know what type of experience you can expect, and what types of treatments and results you can expect.


Another option is asking your primary doctor or specialist for a referral. In the past it was unheard of for medical doctors and chiropractors to refer to each other, or work together. Fortunately, nowadays both types of practitioners realize there is a right time and place that each is necessary. As a chiropractor in Delray Beach, we work with many medical professionals in the area on a team basis to get patients the best results.


The simplest and probably most popular approach to finding a chiropractor in Delray Beach is to search online. With computers and phones at our fingertips it is easy to find in a matter of minutes. The most common ways to search are:

Some of the best things to search for are: 

 What type of chiropractor are you looking for in Delray Beach?

When searching for a chiropractor, some people may just look for the closest one to their work or home. While convenience should be a factor, it definitely shouldn't be the top or only one. The most important thing to find out is if the doctor you are researching takes care of people with similar conditions or symptoms as you. For example, at my office we specialize in taking care of not only neck pain and low back pain, but also migraines, headaches, vertigo, Meniere's Disease and TMJ pain. There are different types of chiropractic techniques that get better results with certain conditions. Another way to find out about an offices results is to check out their reviews on Google or Yelp. You can. read about real patient results, the types of condtions the doctor gets good results with, and the overall office experience. There are offices that focus on overall wellness, sports offices, and others that mainly see car accident patients and do more therapies than chiropractic. There is no right or wrong way to practice, but you want to make sure you end up in the right type of office so your needs are addressed, and you have a positive experience. At Schrier Family Chiropractic we regularly have patients that drive 1-2 hours to see us because of the specialized technique, NUCCA / Upper Cervical Care we do and results we obtain.  

If you've been suffering for a long time, and feel like you've tried "everything", or have a problem that started today, call to schedule a complementary consultation 561-445-2648 or book online at 

Elan Schrier Dr. Elan Schrier is the clinic director of Schrier Family Chiropractic. He focuses in upper cervical chiropractic and continuously is training to improve the quality of his patients' lives. He has a lot of success with difficult vertigo, migraine, and fibromyalgia patients.

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