Get treatment for your chronic pain – without the agony of surgery, side effects of drugs, and hours of physical therapy. Alternative medicine – specifically chiropractic care and acupuncture treatment – have grown in popularity in recent years as complementary options alongside typical western medicine.
These services are available right here in the local area, and Meridian HealthCare is your trusted provider when it comes to licensed acupuncturists and experienced chiropractors.
Hands-On Chiropractic Care from the Best Chiropractors in Niles
Chiropractic treatment is a hands-on method of health care that uses joint and spinal manipulation to increase function, reduce pain and treat a patient’s overall health and wellness. This treatment also restores mobility, allowing the nervous system to function freely without interference.
Our experienced chiropractors offer a surgery- and medication-free alternative to help you manage chronic pain, improve mobility/range of motion, and improve overall wellness.
Chiropractic treatment plans are based on an individual’s musculoskeletal problems and can be a successful alternative treatment option for many people seeking relief. Most seek chiropractic adjustment for neck pain and lower back pain, but chiropractic techniques can also treat painful conditions such as migraines and sciatica.
Get Pain Relief, Boost Your Immune System, and Improve Well-Being!
Did you know that when it comes to back and neck pain, chiropractic care can be more effective than massage therapy, yoga, pilates, and even over-the-counter medications? Our experienced local chiropractors help you manage chronic pain, improve mobility/range of motion, and improve overall wellness – whether you’re dealing with issues from scoliosis, an auto accident or a chronic condition.
During a new patient’s first time at Meridian, our chiropractors will take the time to discuss problems, review health history and complete a preliminary examination, then that doctor of chiropractic care will map out a treatment plan. No referral from a primary care physician is needed to begin chiropractic care.
Give Meridian HealthCare A Call Today!
Meridian HealthCare is proud to be the area’s premier integrated health system for addiction treatment programs, primary care, chiropractic treatment, acupuncture and behavioral health services.
Accredited by the Joint Commission, one of the most respected names in healthcare, Meridian works to continuously evolve as the concept of integrative care becomes the benchmark for healthcare providers worldwide.
Whether you’re searching for an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for rehab from drug/alcohol addiction, a primary care doctor, dual diagnosis treatment, medication-free pain relief, or a listening ear for yourself or a loved one, Meridian HealthCare is here! The power of care is nothing without hope. And every service we offer is created with true healing in mind. Find YOUR hope at Meridian.
What is Niles, Ohio known for?
Throughout much of the 20th century, Niles was known to most Ohioans as the birthplace of William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States. McKinley was born in Niles on January 29, 1843. … President McKinley’s assassination in 1901 shocked the nation and particularly saddened residents of northeastern Ohio.
Is Niles, Ohio safe?
The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Niles is 1 in 34. Based on FBI crime data, Niles is not one of the safest communities in America. Relative to Ohio, Niles has a crime rate that is higher than 90% of the state’s cities and towns of all sizes.
Is Niles, Ohio a good place to live?
The one perk of this city is that the cost of living is relatively low, so rent can be fairly cheap. The utilities used to be very reasonable, but now have raised rates and become almost unmanageable for most people. Niles is a pretty decent place to live.
Directions From Niles, Ohio to Meridian HealthCare
- Head east toward N Main St (69 ft)
- Turn right onto OH-46 S/N Main St (1.7 mi)
- Turn left onto Salt Springs Rd/Salt Springs Youngstown Rd (3.8 mi)
- Continue onto N Meridian Rd (1.4 mi)