Whether you visit us for a one-off treatment or a longer course of action, at Doha Chiropractic Center, we make sure our patients play an active role in their recovery so they can remain pain-free once treatment ends.



Patient-Centered Treatment

At Doha Chiropractic Center, we hear your story and take a detailed history. To that end, we create an individualized treatment plan including Treatment & Therapy aimed at achieving the functional goals we set together.

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The Tools You Need

Chiropractic adjustment, also known as spinal manipulation, is a procedure performed by applying controlled force to the joints of the spine. This procedure is performed to correct the alignment of the spinal joints to improve the body's functions and treat chronic pain particularly back pain.

For patients who wish to improve their posture, minimize pain in the neck and back, and improve other body functions that are affected by the spinal joints.  If bones, muscles, nerves, and joints are not properly aligned, a patient can suffer from various health issues and problems.

Thus, chiropractic treatment such as spinal adjustment can promote balance in the body's structure, and allow the body to heal itself.



Putting You First

Shockwave Therapy is a non-invasive, out-patient alternative to surgery for those suffering from many joint and tendon disorders. ESWT (Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy) sends acoustic shock waves into bone or soft tissue, in effect reinjuring the area on a cellular level and breaking up the scarring that has penetrated tendons and ligaments. The controlled reinjuring of tissue allows the body to regenerate blood vessels and bone cells. The resulting revascularization leads to faster healing and often a return to pre-injury activity levels.



Putting You First

Dry Needling also known as Intra Muscular Stimulation (IMS) is a process which involves the insertion of acupuncture needles into muscles in order to alleviate pain and stimulate healing. Generally this technique is used in the treatment of injuries and their associated pain. The filiform needle is inserted directly into the myofacial trigger point which acts to increase circulation and thus speed up the repair of the surrounding tissue.