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When you need effective pain relief for discomfort in your back or other joints, Whitehead Chiropractic can help. Our chiropractor in Austin, TX, Dr. Wendee Whitehead offers noninvasive treatment for injuries and damage resulting from wear and tear or underlying illnesses. Our treatments include chiropractic adjustments, corrective exercises and other types of care to help you recover and get back to your normal activities. These treatments do not put you at risk of developing other health problems or serious complications.

Safe and Non-surgical Chiropractic Care for Pain Relief

When you have a back injury or an injury to another joint, you might deal with ongoing pain that does not improve with medication or another form of conventional treatment. Although some doctors recommend surgery for pain that does not ease up, this comes with potentially serious risks and no guarantee that the procedure will be successful. At Whitehead Chiropractic, our chiropractic care is a non-surgical approach to pain relief that does not have these risks. Instead, you can enjoy relief from your symptoms while also lowering your risk of having persistent pain or pain that comes back.

Effective Care for Back Pain, Neck Pain and More

When you come to Whitehead Chiropractic for treatment, you can expect to receive effective chiropractic care for back pain, neck pain, headaches and pain in other parts of your body. Dr. Whitehead performs spinal adjustments to help ease pressure on nerves, promote the body’s natural healing process and align spinal discs to prevent pain from coming back. Keeping your spine in alignment offers ongoing relief from pain, stiffness and other symptoms that can stop you from being able to enjoy your favorite activities or do simple, everyday tasks. Dr. Whitehead uses different approaches to chiropractic care based on the results of your evaluation. These might include the Gonstead approach, McKenzie exercises or Grostic Orthospinology.

Dr. Whitehead might also recommend other forms of treatment to go along with spinal adjustments, such as corrective exercises, nutritional counseling and lifestyle advice. Corrective exercises help make your muscles stronger and improve the flexibility in your joints, which reduces your risk of having additional injuries or pain. Nutritional counseling helps you learn more about proper nutrition to help you lose excess weight that can contribute to chronic pain. Lifestyle advice for pain relief involves making healthy choices throughout your day, so you can reduce your risk of dealing with persistent pain.

Contact Our Austin Chiropractor for Drug-Free Treatment

If you have pain in your back or other joints from an auto accident injury, work injury or other causes, please contact Whitehead Chiropractic to make an appointment at our clinic in Austin, TX. Austin chiropractor Dr. Whitehead offers drug-free care, so you can benefit from pain relief without having to worry about adverse reactions or side effects. Keep in mind that we also offer postural screenings to check for signs of spinal problems that need to be corrected.

“Take care of your body with steadfast fidelity. The soul must see through these eyes alone, and if they are dim, the whole world is clouded."

Johann Wolfgang von Goeth

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Meet the Doctors

  • Dr.
    Wendee Whitehead
    Dr. Wendee Whitehead received her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin. She attended Texas Chiropractic College in Pasadena, TX. She went on to receive her Board Specialty in Rehabilitation and Strengthening through Los Angeles Chiropractic College. She has extensive postgraduate training in Gonstead technique, Thompson, Activator, Grostic and Mckenzie.
  • Dr.
    Cameron Kretsinger
    Dr. Whitehead is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Cameron Kretsinger to the practice. He is an Austin native. He graduated in 2009 from Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville, TX. He went on to Texas Lutheran University graduating in the top of his class with a degree in Kinesiology and emphasis in exercise physiology in 2013. He received his Doctorate in Chiropractic from Parker University in Dallas in 2017. Dr. Kretsinger is proficient in adjusting and has additionally continued his education and has received Certifications in Active Release Technique, through extensive training in myofascial release.


Reviews By Our Satisfied Clients

  • "Wendee is the BOMB! She is very charismatic and insists on educating you about your spine and recovery."
    Sarah C

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