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Harrison County Chiropractic Care Helps Bring Better Health to Patients

Welcome to Harrison County Chiropractic, home to your Harrison County chiropractors, Drs. Renee Tornatore, Justin Hapka and Daniel Handrich. If you are struggling with back or neck pain, or need help healing following an auto accident injury, you have come to the right place! Our southern Indiana wellness team provides long-term, effective pain management solutions - without the need for dependency on prescription painkillers.

Harrison County Chiropractors Provide Pain Management and Wellness Care

Our approach to treating pain is different from traditional medical care. We don't use medication to "cover up" pain. Instead, we focus on the underlying cause for an illness or injury. When you receive treatment from our Harrison County chiropractors, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that you are receiving high quality, patient-proven treatments that really work. Our chiropractors have helped many southern Indiana patients recover from an injury or debilitating chronic pain - and we can help you too!

When the musculoskeletal system is misaligned, the entire body is at-risk for injury, illness, pain and fatigue. If a vertebra or herniated disc compresses a nearby nerve, patients may experience a radiating pain sensation in their legs, buttocks, or lower back. While medication can temporarily relieve this pain, prescription painkillers are not an effective pain management solution. Unfortunately, as long as the nerve is compressed, the pain will continue. Our Harrison County chiropractors use gentle, hands-on adjustments to restore alignment to the spine. By returning the disc to its proper position, the nerves are no longer compressed and our patients are no longer in pain.

Patented Traction Therapy

Dr. Tornatore's patented traction techniques accelerate the adjustment and healing process so patients feel better faster and experience the long term benefits of proper alignment. 

Dr. Tornatore's ultimate goal is to help patients obtain a higher quality of life and avoid future injuries and painful conditions.

If you are suffering from a personal injury, car accident injury, neck pain, back pain, chronic headaches & migraines, or another condition not mentioned on this website and wish to schedule a consultation appointment with our Harrison County chiropractic office, please call us directly at 812-734-1020.

One of the most common auto accident injuries our patients sustain is whiplash. This injury can occur at speeds as slow as 5mph during the most "minor" fender bende rs. When a vehicle is hit from the behind, the force of impact can whip the neck backwards and forwards, knocking the cervical spine out of alignment and damaging the surround soft tissues. Whiplash can lead to chronic neck pain, headaches, and even difficulty concentrating on tasks. You may struggle to look from side to side or move your head up and down. Unfortunately, many patients may not experience these symptoms until weeks or even months after the crash. Even without immediate pain, serious damage may be done to the musculoskeletal system, leading to the build-up of scar tissue and increasing your risk for future injury. Only a trained chiropractor can restore alignment to the cervical spine and help the muscles in the neck heal. Our hands-on adjustments can carefully correct misalignment and prevent long-term pain.

Our Harrison County chiropractic & wellness services go beyond pain management and injury healing. Our goal with every patient is not only to relieve pain, but also to help him or her enjoy long-term, optimized wellness. Our complementary treatments can naturally speed recovery while enhancing overall well being. In addition to chiropractic adjustments, we provide nutritional counseling services, lifestyle advice and corrective care exercises.

Don't let an auto accident injury or back pain stop you from living an active life. It's never too late to get healthy. Contact our Harrison County chiropractic care team at 812-734-1020 today!

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