The services at Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation are relevant in the treatment of vision problems because our practice views the alignment and health of the total spine (as opposed to individual vertebral subluxations) as the main focus of treatment. While traditional chiropractic care is one function of our facility, Monmouth Pain and Rehabilitation also practices a form of chiropractic known as Chiropractic Biophysics (CBP). Because CBP promotes overall spinal and postural health, every part of the body affected by the central nervous system can benefit from this type of care.
If you are experiencing vision problems or if you are interested in learning more about the health benefits of chiropractic treatment, please call or visit our Red Bank, New Jersey office.
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