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We Specialize in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Spinal Ligament Injuries

These injuries are the number one cause of pain and disability world-wide. Many doctors fail to diagnosis these serious injuries which can cause you pain and/long term disability. We perform very specific x-rays which are then sent to board certified medical radiologists for a separate and distinct procedure known as a CRMA. This allows us to locate, objectively measure and document these spinal injuries. Our treatment is better directed when we have a more accurate diagnosis.


We offer short term care as well as more extensive care when needed for neck and back pain

We work with your medical doctors

Private adjusting and treatment rooms

No forced chiropractic education or spinal care classes

I have been a chiropractic patient for many years and understand what it is like to be treated by many different chiropractors with various techniques and procedures. I have always responded best to the doctors that told me what I needed for treatment, but ultimately allowed me, the patient, to decide how long I was going to benefit from care. It is this philosophy that I have incorporated into my practice, giving patients what they want from their chiropractic treatment  allowing them to decide how long they would like to benefit from care. 

Not everyone has a condition that will respond to chiropractic treatment. Those that do will usually feel some relief within 2 weeks once they begin treatment. For this reason, we offer an opportunity to consult with us to determine if your particular situation is something that chiropractic and our unique approach can help.

If you're taking medication, having injections, and wondering why your pain won’t go away, please give our office a call. Our treatments are designed to get you pain free and out of our office as quickly and easily as possible.

Dr. Petrie has been providing quality chiropractic care to the residents of Raynham and the surrounding communities of Taunton, Easton, Bridgewater, Middleboro, Lakeville, Dighton and Berkley, MA for over 16 years. We have been a member of ChiroTrust in Raynham, MA since Feb 2014

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I've now had the pleasure of working along side Dr. Petrie and know him to take the time to listen. He shows a caring personable attitude and transmit knowledgeable helpful information for the health of all. 100% professional, would recommend A+."
    -Lisa Evans

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Dr. Brian Petrie

Monday:

8:30AM - 6:00PM

Tuesday:

8:00AM - 12:00PM

Wednesday:

9:00AM - 6:00PM

Thursday:

8:00AM - 6:00PM

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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