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Seattle Chiropractor Announces New Website

SEATTLE, July 7, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Optimal Health Spine + Wellness Clinic in Normandy Park, WA has launched a new website to better serve patients. The website, http://www.normandyparkchiropractor.com/, is designed to educate patients about the benefits of chiropractic care for injury rehabilitation and immediate back pain/neck pain relief. Website features include a blog, 3D Spine Simulator and new patient center. Chiropractors Dr. Brian Stuck and Dr. Daryll Marshall-Inman hope the information on the new website will empower patients to take active control of their health. Optimal Health Spine + Wellness Clinic provides both immediate pain relief (patch care) as well as long-term rehabilitative and corrective care.

Seattle chiropractor Dr. Daryll Marshall-Inman announced that Optimal Health Spine + Wellness Clinic has a new website to educate prospective and current patients. The website's features, including the chiropractic care resource library, will help individuals better understand the benefits of chiropractic care for pain relief and injury recovery.

"Our clinic provides both immediate pain relief – known as patch care – and long-term corrective and rehabilitative care," said Dr. Marshall-Inman. "However, many individuals are new to chiropractic or unfamiliar with its important health benefits. Our new website will help educate patients so they can make an informed choice for their health care."

The website's "Community Content" resource library includes articles on the many benefits of chiropractic care for back pain and neck pain relief, as well as personal injury and auto accident injury treatment. Patients can learn more about the history of spinal adjustments, how they are performed, and what to expect during a treatment session.

For a more in-depth lesson on the science behind spinal adjustments, patients may use the website's 3D Spine Simulator. This online tool simulates how the force from an accident injury can affect the musculoskeletal system. The 3D simulator shows how a herniated or slipped disc may compress nerves and trigger radiating or numbing back pain sensations throughout the body.

"The 3D Spine Simulator is new online tool that we are excited to offer our patients," said Dr. Marshall-Inman. "It complements our "Community Content" library as a tool for exploring the causes and treatments for back and neck pain."

Seattle chiropractor Dr. Brian Stuck recommends prospective patients visit The "New Patient Center" to learn more about the practice's approach to pain relief as well as what to expect during the initial visit.

"Our practice offers several stages of care," said Dr. Stuck. "We recommend new patients visit the 'New Patient Center' to learn more about our unique approach to treatment and what they should expect during the initial diagnostic visit."

The "New Patient Center" also includes forms that can be filled out online in advanced of the first visit, saving patients' time. There is information on frequently asked questions, such as accepted forms of insurance. Patients can also sign up for the practice's e-newsletter via the website at: http://www.normandyparkchiropractor.com/.

CONTACT: Optimal Health Spine + Wellness Clinic 888-667-5235Source:Optimal Health Spine + Wellness Clinic