Houston Chiropractic Care
Working With the Body to Eliminate Pain

In today’s health conscious society where the benefits of balanced nutrition and exercise are evident in the longer more active lives we live, a healthy approach to treating pain is proving just as important – with equally impressive results.

At the 1960 West Chiropractic Center, Dr. Thomason and her staff of Houston chiropractor specialists treat muscular, nervous and skeletal system conditions and associated pain at the core – developing non-invasive treatments that work with the natural function of the body.

No harsh medication. No invasive surgical instruments.

Houston Chiropractic Care

Dr. Thomason is helping patients across Texas isolate the source of their pain with one of the most effective scientifically founded, natural treatments available in medicine today. The success of her Houston chiropractic clinic is built on a foundation of pain-free patients, who were able to avoid surgery and the risks that accompany it – by approaching the source of their pain and improving the quality of their lives naturally

In today’s medical environment, even the most skilled orthopedic surgeons urge patients to seek non-invasive treatment to an injury by visiting a Houston chiropractor, and resort to surgery only when absolutely necessary.

Specializing in neck and back pain, Dr. Thomason offers advanced chiropractic treatments and therapy for a broad range of conditions – from headaches, leg and arm pain including some cases of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, to scoliosis, sciatica, pinched nerves, extremity pain and dysfunction, and subluxation. Your Houston chiropractor is able to target the source of the pain and treat according to your specific needs.

According to a recent study by American Specialty Health Plans Inc., chiropractic care cut the cost of treating back pain by 28 percent, reduced hospitalizations among back pain patients by 41 percent, reduced back surgeries by 32 percent and produced an overall 95 percent approval rating among chiropractic patients. – Archives of Internal Medicine, October 11, 2004.

Member of the Texas Chiropractic Association

American Chiropractic Association