Dr. Rettner




Dr. Raphael Rettner, a Palmer College of Chiropractic West graduate and in practice since 1982, is dedicated to providing compassionate, quality health care.

The Healing Center is a place where you can get assistance in dealing with your health issues. He is motivated to assist you in attaining and maintaining optimal health and uses chiropractic to take away “interferences” from the nervous system so your body can heal itself.

The result of a thorough examination is to determine what is causing your spine to be unstable, so you won’t have to keep coming back for the same problem. Gentle, effective adjustments result in optimal performance and relief from pain without having to be painful.

Dr. Rettner is committed to getting results. He is dedicated to finding the cause of your health problem rather than just treating the symptoms.

A partnership, with specific goals, is formed between Dr. Rettner and each patient, thus sharing the responsibility of an individual’s health. This creates a process whereby both parties become committed to achieving their health related goals. Corrective postural exercises and yoga are incorporated into the treatment, allowing you to take an active part in your healing process.

Dr. Rettner is one of the most highly skilled and respected chiropractors in the United States. He has made numerous radio and T.V. appearances, is the author of Vegetarian Cooking for People with Allergies and has produced several videotapes including: End P.M.S Now!, The Ultimate Diet, and Twelve Causes of an Unstable Spine.

He has studied both force and non-force techniques such as Activator, Applied Kinesiology, Biophysics, Gonstead, S.O.T. and over a dozen others. With a combination of creative thinking and an insatiable quest for knowledge, Dr. Rettner has developed several new and exciting chiropractic techniqes.

Since 1994 he has taught these in his Applied Trigger Points seminar to chiropractors all across the United States, Australia, Canada and England.

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