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Your Coral Gables Chiropractor

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Chiropractor Coral Gables, FL

Over the past thirty one years of clinical experience, Dr. Alan Creed's on going quest has been to enhance his own skills and knowledge, and pass this knowledge on to others. Thousands of doctors have attended Dr. Creed’s seminars to observe, question, and learn from his versatile techniques and application. For the past twenty years, Dr. Creed has been presenting seminars throughout the United States, Europe and south America. These seminars are C.E.U. (Continuing Education Units) approved through the Texas College of Chiropractic. These dedicated professionals all have one goal in mind: becoming the best at what they do by improving their knowledge, skills and demonstrated abilities.


Dr. Creed is an adjunct professor for postgraduate studies of spinal biomechanics and neurophysiology with the Texas College of Chiropractic. Dr. Creed has created a video and CD library with a procedure manual for adjusting techniques. The various techniques that Dr. Creed lectures on are designed specifically to rapidly improve postural realignment and body ranges of motion improvements, thus reducing neurological and functional loading that facilitate a rapid healing for acute and chronic injuries. Dr. Creed’s focus on spinal biomechanics and neurophysiology provides a unique approach to your health care whether you are a patient or a doctor. Dr. Creed has created a "Chiropractic Bridge" between the various techniques and modalities. Therefore, the issues and conditions of his patients are provided for. A unique comprehensive health experience is the outcome. With this approach, Dr. Creed and many of his students are able to choose the necessary procedural modalities to increase functional capacities and decrease pain and suffering of the patient almost immediately. By employing multiple techniques, styles and technologies, Dr. Creed addresses a wide variety of challenging and debilitating issues. People with severe disc degeneration, scoliosis, pre and post back surgery, arm and shoulder conditions, leg and foot conditions, tired and slow organ function are the focal points of Dr. Creed’s work. One of the most significant area Dr. Creed has found to have wide-ranging effects on his patient’s overall health, is his Postural Correction Approach. This emphasis of Postural Correction improves the movement and flexibility of the neck and back and helps the function of the organ systems. Along with the refacilitation of the neurological circuit breakers, which are switches that have interrupted the body’s ability to function properly. Structure dictates function and function is the predicate of structure.

Dr. Creed patients travel from all over the world for his effective corrective results that make such profound differences in their lives. do you identify yourself , your family members and friends with the symptoms which are listed below:

  • Pinched nerves
  • Scoliosis
  • Sciatica
  • Nervousness
  • Headaches
  • Slipped or herniated disc
  • Arthritis
  • Pain due to weather changes
  • Loss of energy
  • Loss of sleep
  • Anti-Aging
  • Allergies
  • Auto Accidents/ Whip lash
  • Carpul tunnel syndrome
  • Body aches due to Pregnancy
  • Pain or numbness in the:
  • Low back
  • Legs
  • Feet
  • Neck
  • Shoulders
  • Arms
  • Hands

Dr. Alan Creed
Coral Gables Chiropractor | Alan Creed, DC PA | (305) 446-1718

1427 Ponce De Leon BLvd
Coral Gables, FL 33134

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