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Gentle Adjusting. Natural Healing.

Contact our team at The Chiropractic Rehab & Wellness Center to get on the path to wellness!

Gentle Adjusting. Natural Healing.

Contact our team at The Chiropractic Rehab & Wellness Center to get on the path to wellness!

Gentle Adjusting. Natural Healing.

Contact our team at The Chiropractic Rehab & Wellness Center to get on the path to wellness!

The Chiropractic Rehab & Wellness Center
in Northwest Fort Wayne IN

Welcome to The Chiropractic Rehab & Wellness Center, located in northwest Fort Wayne, just north of the Dupont and Coldwater intersection. We provide a variety of services that support the natural ability of your body to heal, without the use of drugs or surgery. Due to Chiropractic’s effectiveness and over 90% patient satisfaction rate, it has become the largest alternative healthcare profession in the world and serves over 30 million people annually.

Why choose Dr. Miller's office?  In 2016 a poll was taken among his current patients about why they chose his care. The number one answer for choosing Dr. Miller was his use of a gentle, safe, computerized-adjusting instrument that does not involve any twisting, turning, or cracking.

Another reason that patients have chosen this office is Dr. Miller's compassion for those in chronic pain.  Dr. Miller suffered with chronic pain for over 9 years.  When medicine did not help him, he found the root cause of his pain through science-based nutrition, testing that Dr. Miller currently performs in his office today.  To hear more about Dr. Miller's journey of suffering with chronic pain, how he endured and overcame it, and the hope he has to offer you, click on the video below.

Our mission at the Chiropractic Rehab & Wellness Center is to provide you with the best possible care to get you on a path to Wellness! Through gentle adjustments, specialized rehabilitation, medical massages, nutrition education, and natural treatment, you will finally be able to experience life to its fullest....pain free! Call us today and start your journey to good health!

"But those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength.  They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint." Isaiah 40:31

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What Our Patients Are Saying

"Dr. Miller is knowledgeable and thorough. He is personable and does a great job at addressing spinal issues and more."
- Gene

"What they do truly makes a difference in peoples lives everyday and has had made all the difference in my life!"
- Stephanie

"They take care of the problem and help you understand possible causes. They will also do rehab to help the issue as well, not just the adjusting."
- Jennifer

Suffering With Any Of These Symptoms?

Back Pain
Headaches & Migraines
Auto Injury
Neck Pain
Pregnancy Discomfort
Ailments in Children (Ear Infections)

Frequently Asked Questions

Doesn't a Chiropractor just snap, crack and pop things?

Actually, not at all.  Dr. Miller uses a computerized instrument called the proadjuster to provide gentle adjustments that is much less aggressive than the manual twisting, turning and cracking adjustments.

D.D. Palmer, the founder of chiropractic, believed in a natural healing philosophy. It involved slight adjustments to the body to produce results without the need for drugs or surgery. In fact, his first patient was a partially deaf man. With a simple, natural adjustment, the man could hear much better the following day. This is the foundation of chiropractic healing.

What kind of training do chiropractors have?

The educational requirements of a chiropractic physician are 9 years of total education, equivalent to medical school.  This includes 4 years of pre-medical undergraduate education followed by an additional 5 years of post graduate/doctoral education at an accredited chiropractic college.  Once accepted in chiropractic school students undergo intensive classroom and clinical hands-on training averaging 32-36 credit hour trimesters. In some areas such as anatomy, physiology, nutrition, rehabilitation, and public health, chiropractic physicians receive more intensive education than medical doctors.  As part of their professional training in their last year, chiropractors must complete a minimum of a one year clinical based internship program dealing with actual hands on patient care.

Following graduation chiropractic physicians must pass their state licensing board and the NBCE, the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, a distinguished honor.   Dr. Miller became a board-certified chiropractic physician in 2005, following graduation.

Once board certified, chiropractic physicians must meet yearly continuing education requirements to maintain their license.

Think of your chiropractic physician as a primary care doctor who focuses on the root cause of the problem without the use of medications or surgery.  They specialize in neuromusculoskeletal conditions and nutritionally treat many primary care conditions, like heart disease and diabetes.

To learn more visit the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) or the NBCE websites.

What can I expect on my first visit?

We want you to feel relaxed and comfortable on your first visit to The Chiropractic Rehab & Wellness Center. We will investigate the root cause of your problem with a comprehensive consultation followed by an examination that includes chiropractic, orthopedic, and neurologic tests and measurements. Your first visit will last about 30-45 minutes. Read more about what you can expect by visiting our New Patients Page.

How often do I need to see a chiropractor?

It's different for each patient. Treatment is customized to your individual symptoms and conditions. When you visit The Chiropractic Rehab & Wellness Center, you will receive a comprehensive consultation and an examination and a recommendation for your care to get you feeling better as soon as possible.

Don't worry Dr. Miller will not tell you he wants to see you 3 times a week for the rest of your life.  However chiropractic treatment is based on continuity. Similar to physical therapy-it will take a series of treatments.  As a matter of fact any treatment that works is based on continuity.  Think about an orthodontist-you don’t take braces off after one day-it takes time.  A diet also doesn’t happen overnight.  The treatment plan Dr. Miller prescribes will give you the best opportunity to heal without the use of drugs or surgery.   

Is Chiropractic safe?

Absolutely!  Chiropractic is widely recognized as one of the safest drug-free, non-invasive therapies available for the treatment of neuromusculoskeletal complaints. Although chiropractic has an excellent safety record, no health treatment is completely free of potential adverse effects. The risks associated with chiropractic, however, are very small. Many patients feel immediate relief following chiropractic treatment, but some may experience mild soreness, stiffness or aching, just as they do after some forms of exercise. Current research shows that minor discomfort or soreness following spinal manipulation typically fades within 24 hours.

Also, Dr. Miller uses a gentle computerized instrument for all his adjustments that does not involve any aggressive twisting, turning, or cracking.  For more information click on the "computerized instrument adjusting tab" under services.

Do medical doctors refer to chiropractors?

Yes!  Dr. Miller receives referrals from his established network of medical professionals willing to do what's best for the patient.  And if Dr. Miller does not feel he is the appropriate physician for a patient's case, he does not hesitate to refer to an appropriate medical doctor.

What do chiropractors do?

Chiropractors pride themselves on taking a natural, drugless approach to helping their patients reach their health goals. Essentially, the basic principle upon which the entire profession is built is that the body has the amazing ability to heal itself (under the right conditions), and it is the chiropractor’s job to help create an environment to facilitate this.

Because the nervous system controls every cell and organ in your body, chiropractors focus their attention on the health of your spine being properly aligned and, if there are shifts, helping the spine come back into alignment.

In other words, chiropractors are experts at analyzing posture and how it relates to spinal problems.  They are trained in the art of detection, function, and restoration.  Outward muscular postural changes add up to changes in spinal and nervous system function.  Your brain must now adapt to these altered posture patterns which leads to chronic movement dysfunctions, increasing the likelihood of future injury.  Based on individual needs, your chiropractor can design a program of correction for you to help improve posture.  Targeted exercises and movement will be designed to optimize muscular efficiency so you are less prone to fatigue.

What does the "adjustment" do?

A Chiropractic adjustment (spinal manipulation) is the use of a specific force in a precise direction that helps normalize spinal function. The adjustment is applied to a joint that is fixated, "locked up", or not moving properly. Adjustments help return the bones to a more normal position or motion, restoring body's natural healing.

Office Hours
Monday9:00am - 5:30pm
Tuesday9:00am - 5:30pm
Thursday9:00am - 5:30pm
Friday9:00am - 4:00pm
The Chiropractic Rehab & Wellness Center
The Chiropractic Rehab & Wellness Center
10528 Coldwater Rd
Fort Wayne, IN 46845
(260) 338-1700
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