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Welcome to Curzie Chiropractic

Your Chiropractor in Anchorage

Are you in pain and don’t know why? Have you been in an accident and are starting to feel the effects? Maybe you’ve been injured on the job and it’s hindered your ability to function at full capacity. If you’re experiencing any of these situations, you aren’t alone. Thousands of people experience pain every single day from sleeping the wrong way, to being involved in other types of situations that cause injuries. When you’re going through this type of pain, your first stop should be a chiropractor.

Serviced at Our Anchorage Chiropractor

You may be apprehensive visiting an Anchorage chiropractor for the first time, and that’s understandable. Knowing what we do and how we can help can put you at ease. At Curzie Chiropractic, Dr. Todd Curzie and Dr. Scott Foley will focus on getting you better – the first time. They utilized a variety of techniques and treatments to ensure you get better and meet your health and wellness goals.

Once you fill out your paperwork and see our chiropractors, we determine the best treatment plan for you. At Curzie Chiropractor, we offer:

  • Chiropractic Care
  • Corrective Exercises
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Spinal & Postural Screenings
  • Lifestyle Advice

Your treatment doesn’t stop when you are treated for the pain – we provide information and resources to enhance your quality of life from the moment you step into the door. In many cases, the pain experienced may also have to do with nutrition, or lifestyle choices. Knowing where these issues stem from. Working to correct them can make a huge difference.

Injuries Treated at Curzie Chiropractic

We treat standard and complicated injuries to ensure you are able to function. Our treatment plans help restore range of motion and quality of life. Our patients have back and neck pain, sore muscles and joints, headaches and a multitude of other ailments. We also provide treatment for prenatal patients, to ensure they remain comfortable until delivery.

While it may seem that most people who visit the chiropractor have been involved in accidents, the truth is – pain occurs every single day when you least expect it. You don’t have to be involved in an accident for your limbs, back or joints to hurt. The goal is to identify the reasons and make sure you are taking steps to prevent it from happening again.

Maintain Your Health and Wellness With Our Anchorage Chiropractor

Get the treatment you need with a great chiropractor in Anchorage. At Curzie Chiropractic, you’ll receive top-notch care and will be able to continue with a treatment plan that keeps you pain-free. For more information, and to schedule a consultation, contact our office at (907) 569-9355 today!

Testimonials

  • "Fantastic hospitality and customer service with top notch professionalism."
    Aaron N.
  • "Enjoyed meeting Dr. Foley. Good “bedside” manner, kind, friendly, I will recommend Curzie Chiropractic to others!"
    Christine B.
  • "I went to 3 other chiropractors office. None of them helped me like Curzie Chiropractic! Loved my experience!"
    Jadene V.
  • "My back feels much better already after only one visit. Thanks!"
    Chris P.
  • "Dr. Curzie and his staff were friendly and professional."
    Cris S.
  • "What a happy place to be at! Superb staff and excellent service. Thank you for making my first visit so awesome that I want to come back again."
    Terry A.
  • "Great staff and Dr. Curzie is most attentive to his patients. Excellent all around health care."
    Lane C.

Office Hours

Dr. Curzie will be out of the office this Thursday, May 10th and Friday, May 11th and will return on Monday, May 14th.

Monday:

10:00 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

10:00 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Saturday:

10:00 am - Until Last Patient Is Seen

Sunday:

Closed

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