Roshel Chiropractic is located at 4251 South 7th Street. You can reach us at 478-2000. We are accepting patients.
If you live in or around Terre Haute, odds are you've heard the name "Dr. Roshel". But now, there's a new Dr. Roshel, in town! And in today's Healthy Living, you'll hear that this chiropractor is known for more than just back adjustments!
Dr. James Roshel explains. "As many people in the Wabash Valley may know, the name "Roshel" is better known for dentistry and orthodontics. However, having injured my back several times in sports, chiropractic made better sense and was a better fit for me. Not only do I get to help people with back-related issues, I get to help people with physical therapy related to sports injuries, post-surgical injuries, as well as workman's comp and personal injuries.
"Another feature here at Roshel Chiropractic that we would like patients to know is that we do offer patients nutritional consulting. I know that today's society, cheeseburgers and french fries are very easy to get on the run, but if your looking to have a better diet, looking to decrease the chances of any systemic diseases come see us and we can get something worked out with you.
"You'll find that the benefits for, not only losing weight, and reducing your risk of heart disease and diabetes, you'll find that your problems in your joints, especially in your back and your knees - the weight bearing joints, you'll find that your problems will be diminished.
"Roshel Chiropractic is located at 4251 South 7th Street. And you can reach us at 478-2000. We are accepting patients. You just have to call us and we will set that up."
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