Grace Chiropractic Center
309 West Main Street
Cabot, AR 72023
Monday thru Friday 8:30 - 5:00
Extended hours are
available by appointment.
What makes our office the top Chiropractic office in Cabot? As far as we can tell, our office treats more professionals than other Chiropractic offices in this area. We receive referrals from the local hospitals, physical therapist, M.D.’s and even from offices out of state. Dr. Clay gets calls from other doctors asking how we do things in our office and co-treat many of our patients with other specialist. According to google analytics, people view our online information 537% more than other similar offices in Cabot.
Our approach is to listen to the patients complaints, examine the area involved to determine the type of tissue causing the problem (joint, muscle, ligament, tendon, nerve) and explain why we choose a particular treatment for that problem. ” I would say that one of the main differences in our office is that we take the time to listen to our patients and take the time to explain the biomechanics of their problem. Patients are telling me that is one of the differences they see in our office.” – Dr. Clay Gross
Our treatments for injuries are progressive. This means as the patient can tolerate more physiotherapy, we provide more. Each person is different and usually they already hurt somewhere, so we strive to provide the most treatment that they can tolerate well. The initial office treatment begins with a consultation to make sure they are at the right place. We have referred a few people that were having cardio problems that needed to be seeing a cardiologist, not a chiropractor.
What do we treat? We deal with biomechanics, muscle, tendon, ligaments, nerves, joints and how they work together. Causes of biomechanical problems can be from sports injuries, auto accidents, work related or hobby related. Not all biomechanical problems are due to a injury, sometimes they are caused by life style. Repetitive actions can cause complaints and symptoms without a traumatic event occurring. Someone that works at a computer all day, a truck driver, a school teacher, policeman, firefighter all tend to do the same activities over and over again.
We will continue to do our best and updating information to keep you informed.- Dr. Clay Gross Grace Chiropractic Center