Tramonto: 623-587-02772525 W Carefree Hwy Bild 1 Suite 100Phoenix, Arizona 85085
Flagstaff: 928-522-84591501 S Yale Street Suite 250 Flagstaff Arizona 86001
Dr. Martin is a native of Arizona. He attended McNeese State University, Louisiana State University and the University of Houston at Victoria pursuing premedical and chemistry requirements followed by earning his Doctorate of Chiropractic degree from Parker College of Chiropractic in September of 1994.
Since graduating from chiropractic college Dr. Martin has continued to increase his training and healing knowledge by obtaining a Diplomate in Clinical Neurology under the ICA's three year Neurology Diplomate program as well as a two year certification in Clinical Electromyography. Dr. Martin is also certified in Physiotherapy and a Fellow of the American Board of Disability Analysts. This post doctorate training allows for a more accurate diagnosis and treatment of your condition.
Dr. Martin is board certified by the International Chiropractic Neurology Board. Certification is granted to those who complete the 300+ hours of post-graduate training and pass the practical and written board examination.
"The Doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease."- Thomas Edison
The Chiropractic Rehab & Neurology Center is a facility dedicated to assisting you with neurological, skeletal and muscular disorders.Our clinic provides special emphasis on nerve disorders such as disc injury's, nerve entrapment syndromes, movement disorders, vertigo, poststroke rehab, pain associated with function muscle weakness and many other nerve or brain lesions as well as Cervical and Lumbar non-surgical decompression and rehabilitation.
Chiropractic neurology incorporates similar training to medical neurology but differs in application, treatments and therapies. Consequently, chiropractic neurologists may recommend treatment or therapies that may not be familiar to other practitioners and will likely be new to you as well. Such treatment, known as afferent stimulation, is the use of elements of the physical environment that are non-invasive and non-surgical. Examples of afferent stimulation include chiropractic adjustments, brain exercises, light, heat, water, sound, specific rehabilitation exercise and electric stim. When these afferent stimulation modalities are specifically and correctly applied to your case immediate results are often observed. Your nervous system will begin to regain its optimal function and you will begin to regain your life.
Have you been in a Motor Vehicle Accident or had a Work related injury? Unfortunately winter not only brings the cold but icy roads and treacherous driving conditions. Accidents do happen and when they do, you need the best care available and you need it quickly. If you have been in an accident, give us a call and we will make you a priority and ensure that you benefit from our Hanoun evaluation and treatment plan. It is our goal to return you as close to pre-injury status as quickly as possible.
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Our practice is state of the art and includes Lordex Lumbar Decompression for disc healing, E-Stim for soft tissue healing, and cervical rehabilitation for whiplash and neck injuries using the Hanoun rehab system as well as a neurodiagnostic lab used to diagnose muscle and nerve disorders.
I've been to 3 chiropractors in my life before Dr. Martin. He is the only one that took the time to find out the CAUSE of the problem before "popping" everything into place. He educated me on what caused my lower back pain and treated me for several months. My back pain went away...and wow does it make a difference to my quality of life. Thanks Doc!
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