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Welcome To Kurtz Chiropractic Center

When It Hurts Call Kurtz

Our Kurtz Chiropractic Center in Wilson, NC provides treatment and rehabilitation for patient pain and personal injuries. Our chiropractor, Dr. Colin Kurtz and Dr. James Carraher ,and our interdisciplinary staff of professionals are dedicated to helping you find lasting relief. Whether wilson chiropractic care and pain reliefyou are suffering from a personal injury, such as an auto accident, work or sports injury, or chronic pain such as fibromyalgia and headache, we are prepared to help soothe your pain. Our Wilson chiropractic clinic serves the cities of Elm City, Stantonsburg, Bailey, Black Creek, Middlesex, Pinetops, Kenly, Rocky Mount, and Lucama.

Our founding chiropractor, Dr. Kurtz, has been our doctor of choice since 1994. He has extensive training and experience in a wide variety of spine related problems. He also is a member of the ICA, the NCCA, and several other chiropractic-related organizations.


Our Chiropractors Alleviate Neck Pain, Headaches, and Back Pain

Our chiropractors believe in a multidisciplinary approach to addressing acute and chronic pain. Spinal adjustments are the most effective and most non-invasive way to relieve most back and neck pain as well as headache and other extremity pain. However, in order to make the pain stay gone, other disciplines such as corrective exercise, nutrition and lifestyle advice and massage therapy are extremely beneficial.

Nearly every kind of pain, apart from broken bones and similar trauma, can be treated without surgery using chiropractic methods. Personal injury such as whiplash, chronic back pain and fibromyalgia all respond positively to this form of treatment. This is due to a common source of pain: nerve pain, which is relieved by spinal adjustments.

Neck pain, back pain and other problems can be removed permanently (barring trauma) by our course of corrective exercise,diet and lifestyle planning. This plan, made specifically for your needs, will also speed your road to recovery. These habits, if kept beyond our treatment of your specific problem, will help you reach your full health potential.

treat neck pain, back pain, whiplash through chiropractic and massage therapy

Nutrition and lifestyle choices speed up your recovery and keep you healthy by avoiding unhealthy foods and habits, while promoting healthy foods and habits. Proper diet and hydration provide the building blocks for a healthy and stable body. Exercise strengthens your body, mind and soul. Stress management, proper rest and smoking cessation also contribute greatly to your well being and health.

Either chiropractor at our Wilson clinic will be able to create a plan of recovery and health with you and help you achieve your full potential. Call us at (252) 234-0000 to find out more.

Dr. Colin Kurtz
Wilson Chiropractor | Kurtz Chiropractic | (252) 234-0000

3011 Raleigh Road West
Wilson, NC 27896

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:45 am-12:00 pm

2:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:45 am-12:00 pm

1:30 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

1:30 pm-5:45 pm

Friday:

7:45 am-12:00 pm

1:30 pm-5:45 pm

Saturday:

By Apt

Sunday:

Emergency

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Testimonial

  • "For over a month my 10 y/o struggled with neck pain. It made her miss school, most nights she was in so much pain she cried herself to sleep. I took her to ONE appointment with Dr. Kurtz and I swear he worked a miracle!! After just one visit she no longer needed the muscle relaxers or the Ibuprofen that the day before her visit, she needed just to make it through the day!!! If you're in pain, Dr. Kurtz is the man to see!!!!!"
    Elizabeth B. / Wilson, NC

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