We Believe in Elevating Life

We Believe That Movement Is Medicine

We Believe In Personalized Treatment

We Believe In Healing Your Pain

We Believe Your Time Is Valuable

We Believe In Listening To You

We Believe In Family

And Invite You To Join Ours

We Believe In Giving Back to the Community.

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Our Services

We provide relief for those in pain. For people who are active or want to be active, we can help keep you on your feet. If you’ve suffered an accident or injury, we’ll help restore your mobility.  We service individuals and families (from infants, to parents, to grandparents).

Diagnostic Approach

An accurate diagnosis is paramount for treatment success. Through
Selective Functional Movement Assessment and advanced orthopedic
testing, our doctors develop a treatment protocol to exceed your goals.

Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic adjustments address mobility restrictions in the joints of the spine and extremities. The adjustments restore segmental mobility, and effect global mobility throughout the body. Suited to all ages and lifestyles.

Manual Therapy

Soft tissue mobilization acts as a standalone treatment for somatic problems and is used in conjunction with spinal manipulations and other modalities.

 

Functional Rehabilitation

Functional rehabilitation is an extension of traditional physical therapy.

Its purpose is to correct various musculoskeletal conditions and restore mobility

Meet The Doctor

I grew up in Woods Cross, Utah; and attended the high school there. After completing my Bachelor’s degree at USU & BYU-Idaho, I then went to St. Louis, Missouri for a Doctorate of Chiropractic at Logan University.

Before becoming a Chiropractor, I was a licensed social worker. In that field, I saw that the systems in place treated people with a lot of drugs which masked symptoms and issues. It never treated causes. While I spent the most time with people, I had the least amount of control in their care. I had to sit silently as I saw families ripped apart when they were supposed to be helped.

I stumbled upon chiropractic treatment during this time, and immediately connected with the idea. Bettering life without the use of drugs or surgeries? It was amazing. In the position of an entry-level provider, I could treat patients as I saw best.  I was in control. Better still, I could focus on causes rather than symptoms only.  Being able to listen to patients and treat their issues is much more rewarding.

Our physical health influences our mental, emotional, and spiritual health (and vice-versa).  Chiropractic care is not a miracle cure, but when it comes to issues that affect quality of life, be they in the form of immobility, pain, weakness, or poor performance, there’s a lot we can help you with.  If you’re suffering from these problems, come to my office and find out what I can do for you.

Let’s Get In Touch

Manwaring Chiropractic

435-535-3299

manwaringchiro@gmail.com

 3935 N 75 W

Hyde Park, UT

84318

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