KANSAS CITY, MO – 02 Aug, 2016 – Renuva Back and Pain Centers announce the scheduled opening of its newest chronic pain treatment clinic in Indianapolis. The clinic will open for appointments on Monday, August 15. Located at 11405 N. Pennsylvania Street, Suite 102, Carmel, IN 46032 in the Pennwood Office Park. It is less than six blocks from the IU Health North campus. Hours of operation will be Monday – Thursday 8AM to 5PM and Friday 8AM to Noon.
The Renuva Back and Pain Center clinic in Indianapolis is the tenth clinic location for the organization. “We are excited to open an office in the thriving community of Carmel. This new clinic will allow us to bring the highest concern for treating the cause of our patients’ pain and provide real, permanent relief,” commented Dr. Michael Riley, D.C., founder and Medical Director of Renuva.
Renuva Back and Pain Centers offer specialized treatment of chronic pain conditions utilizing a unique protocol developed by Dr. Riley – CoreCare™. CoreCare is a methodical, tested, proven, and scientific approach to actually healing pain by correcting the fundamental biomechanical issues affecting the body. The therapies applied with CoreCare include some of the very latest advances in medical technology along with physical modalities to get the body back to a healed state. Pain pills, injections and surgery are never used.
Staff doctor and Clinic Director, Dr. Patrick Moore, D.C. is a Hoosier native with more than 22 years of experience in patient care and pain relief. Dr. Moore received his Doctorate from the National College of Chiropractic in Illinois. Dr. Moore is a strong advocate of CoreCare – “I am eager to bring the real and measurable benefits of CoreCare to the Indianapolis community. I am passionate about it and hope to be able to share that passion through community outreach.”
Renuva Back and Pain Centers have successfully treated thousands of patients in the Midwest since its founding five years ago. CoreCare is not a miracle cure and results for each patient will vary but, overall, more than 98% of Renuva patients eagerly recommend the clinic to family and friends.
Just a few of the conditions that may be treated with CoreCare are neck and back pains including spinal stenosis, sciatica, degenerative disc disease, scoliosis, failed surgeries, knee pain, arthritis, and neuropathy.
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