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At Ross Get Healthy Chiropractic, there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all treatment.

The Wilmington-based chiropractic practice aims to provide patients real results by tailoring to their needs and using their medical network to offer a well-rounded response plan. Patients meet with Dr. Jacob Ross D.C., a Kennett Square, Pennsylvania native who studied at Penn State Brandywine in Media, Pennsylvania and Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa.

As a chiropractor, Dr. Ross loves seeing his patients feel better and no longer live with pain. His area of expertise and focus is acute and chronic pain including but not limited to athletic injuries, everyday injuries, car accidents and workers’ compensation incidents.

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Healing Naturally

Chiropractic treatment is a natural form of health care that doesn’t use drugs or surgery. Instead, it uses precise spinal adjustments to correct spinal alignments, ease pain and assist the body in healing naturally.

One of the biggest misconceptions of chiropractic treatment is that it’s only a solution for back pain, but chiropractic treatment can be used to treat a wide variety of physical issues, such as migraines and headaches, neck pain, carpal tunnel, pain due to injury or muscle strain and more.

Having experienced pain for only a short time or a very long time does not correlate to the length of the treatment plan. After a thorough examination, Dr. Ross will be able to determine the severity of your condition and how soon he can get you to a better state. Improving someone’s condition may only take a few treatments or it may need an extended treatment plan.

Creating the Best Plan for You

Dr. Ross approaches each patient’s needs with individual care, meaning there’s no cookie cutter response when it comes to treatment. Many factors affect a person’s health, including exercise, nutrition, sleep, environment, and heredity. There are different levels of treatment and Ross Get Healthy Chiropractic provides a crossover between chiropractic and exercise therapy.

Dr. Ross is a board-certified chiropractor and physiotherapist, offering patients services ranging from gentle treatment to traditional chiropractic therapies. He also regularly works with other practitioners from medical areas like orthopedics, pain management, and neurology because more eyes can lead to better outcomes.

Every new patient receives a consultation with the Wilmington chiropractor to establish the best personalized care plan. Whether rehabilitation is sufficient, medication is needed to be prescribed or the patient is needed to be evaluated for surgery, Dr. Ross works closely with primary care physicians and other specialists to make sure the correct solution is found. Dr. Ross begins a patient’s treatment at his office and if it is determined that they need more medical attention, he makes the correct referral with detailed notes of their previous treatment.

Putting Patient Safety First

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Ross Get Healthy Chiropractic is also making sure patients are guaranteed a safe experience amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The office follows CDC guidelines including regular sanitation and wearing masks. Patients do not need to worry about overcrowding as each patient receives their own private room for treatment to properly social distance. The waiting area is always observed to adhere to social distancing guidelines.

Dr. Ross has treated patients in the NFL, U.S. Comedy, and Hollywood’s finest.  We ask you to also give Dr. Ross a chance to improve your well-being. Call us at (302) 407-5571.Ross Chiropractic

Ross Get Healthy Chiropractic; 5239 W Woodmill Drive #49, Wilmington, DE 19808
www.gethealthychiropractic.com

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