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135 S. Livernois Rd.

Rochester Hills, MI 48307 USA

(248) 652-3343

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Rochester Hills Chiropractor helps patients
with Chiropractic and Physical Therapy


Dr. Ron Fried Chiropractic and Wellness Center offers chiropractic care, physical therapy, sports medicine, and massage for patients in and around Rochester Hills, Michigan.  Our chiropractor has over 20 years of experience in these areas, as well as many others.  Rather than merely treat the symptoms of pain with drugs or painful surgeries, we treat the underlying cause of the pain with natural, holistic methods.


At Dr. Ron Fried, we take great pride in providing the finest chiropractic wellness care to our patients. Below is a sampling of the different chiropractic services we offer in our Rochester Hills office.

Chiropractic Care

As chiropractor in Rochester Hills and the owners of our wellness Center, Dr. Ron Fried understands the busy and active lifestyle of his patients. Dr. Fried has a special interest in sports medicine and he has been chiropractor to professional sports teams such as the Detroit Lions, the Pistons and the Tigers. However, Dr. Fried believes that sports medicine and physical therapy are not only applicable treatments for athletes. After all, it's not just athletes that suffer injuries, sprains, and strains.


Corrective Exercises

At our Rochester Hills Center, Dr. Fried combines his experience with chiropractic care, treating sports injuries, and physical rehabilitation to provide comprehensive treatment plans for patients in pain. Additionally, as the father of 5 children, Dr. Fried found there are many applications for chiropractic care to treating ailments like the common cold and earaches.  It truly is amazing what a minor adjustment or muscle treatment can do.  With that in mind, we also know when our services will not address the pain a patient is suffering, and we will refer you to the appropriate specialist.


Lifestyle Advice

Our list of services for Rochester Hills patients extends well beyond chiropractic medicine.  TMJ jaw pain, neck pain, back pain and a headache can be treated by any combination of by massage therapy, exercise, physical therapy and nutritional advice.  Quite often, it is not an injury that is what ails our clients, but various lifestyle decisions.  We can provide consultations on the lifestyle changes you need to make in order to truly achieve optimal health.

We also have electrical stimulation therapy and rehab for persistently inflamed muscles.  If you are unfamiliar with this service, it is a safe procedure where muscles are stimulated with mild electrical currents to relieve swollen, painful muscles.  It can provide a wonderfully relaxing conclusion to your visit.


Nutritional Counseling

We provide specific recommendations on nutritional supplements and healthy food choices to enhance our patient´s return to optimal health. Do you know which supplements and vitamins are good for you? Do you know how these supplements and vitamins interact with one another? Dr. Ron Fried can provide a structured nutritional program based on your individual needs.


Massage Therapy

Massage therapy offers a natural conservative treatment approach that relieves musculoskeletal pain for many patients. Our office provides specific massage and muscular therapy that is tailored to meet the patient's condition and injury. The benefits of massage therapy may include increasing blood circulation, reducing swelling, relaxing muscles, relieving muscle pain and spasms, and aid in recovery and range of motion.


Spinal & Postural Screenings

We also have electrical stimulation therapy and rehab for persistently inflamed muscles.  If you are unfamiliar with this service, it is a safe procedure where muscles are stimulated with mild electrical currents to relieve swollen, painful muscles.  It can provide a wonderfully relaxing conclusion to your visit.

We also treat everyone, including children, elderly people, as well as young adults.  As mentioned earlier, we do not just treat athletes, but everyone from all walks of life.  We invite you to come in for a consultation. Call us at 248-652-3343 for an appointment.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00-1:00

3:00-7:00

Tuesday:

Closed

2:00-7:00

Wednesday:

9:00-1:00

3:00-7:00

Thursday:

Closed

Closed

Friday:

9:00-1:00

3:00-6:00

Saturday:

9:00-12:00

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Closed

Locations

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Testimonial

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Ron is a highly skilled chiropractor. He is attentive to all of his patients, and takes the time to look at the "whole picture". He takes a non-invasive approach, explains how adjustments work, and can accomplish spinal manipulation in a variety of manners, including a more gentle approach if you are apprehensive. He continually studies, and stays up on the latest information and technology. Highly recommended!
    January 24, 2012"
    Kristen Myers, Rochester Hills, MI

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