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When you want to find a chiropractor, you should review as much information as possible. A professional does not have a resume, but a curriculum vitae, a document that focuses on their accomplishments as a professional. This document is key in understanding the knowledge base and experience the doctor has and allows the potential patient to make an informed choice for receiving the best care possible for his/her condition. Click here to view Dr. Theriault`s CV

Chiropractor Venice Florida

Dedicated to Chiropractic Care for Optimal Wellness

Welcome to Theriault Chiropractic! Our Venice chiropractor, Dr. James Theriault, has been providing chiropractic care for our friends and neighbors in Venice and the surrounding communities for over thirty years. He is committed to providing all-natural forms of relief for patients suffering from back pain, neck pain, sciatica, fibromyalgia, headaches and migraines and many other aches and pains that makes it difficult to enjoy life to its fullest. Dr. Theriault is a leading proponent of many cutting-edge forms of wellness care.

When patients visit our Venice chiropractor after suffering a car accident injury, sports injury, work-related injury, or personal injury they are often looking for relief from whiplash, back pain, neck pain, headaches and migraines which may be affecting their ability to function normally. Dr. Theriault first performs a thorough examination to look for any underlying causes of pain, and then he recommends a course of treatments which may include chiropractic care, spinal decompression, applied kinesiology, physical rehabilitation, nutritional counseling and lifestyle advice.

Senior Care and Pediatric Chiropractic Venice, FL

Back & Neck Pain, Headaches & Migraines

Dr. Theriault relies on his extensive background in chiropractic orthopedics, rehabilitation and extremity problems to provide relief for back pain, neck pain, headaches and migraines. He is a fellow of the Academy of Applied Spinal Biomechanical Engineering with the special designation of F.A.S.B.E. Once he has provided pain relief through chiropractic care or spinal decompression for your car accident injury, sports injury or sciatica, he may also prescribe a wellness plan to help keep you feeling your best.

One of his specialties is Contact Reflex Analysis (CRA). In CRA, Dr. Theriault conducts an analysis by testing your body's primary reflex points. If his analysis of your reflex points reveals any deficiencies or imbalances, he may recommend a personalized health improvement program for you, based on designed clinical nutrition. This variant of whole food in tablet form is specifically designed to match the needs found in your individual CRA analysis. These are nutrients you are simply not getting or assimilating in your current diet. We are also partners with Standard Process Nutrition, which provides a wide variety of whole food supplements.

Some patients come to Theriault Chiropractic with vague symptoms of hair loss, fatigue, depression, memory loss, cognitive impairment or neuromuscular complaints. These can sometimes be traced back to thyroid problems and iodine deficiency. Dr. Theriault may prescribe the use of iodized water or iodine tablets to alleviate these symptoms.

The health care professionals at Theriault Chiropractic treat you with compassion and respect. We do whatever we can to help you feel your very best every day. Take a look around our website and read many of the informative articles that have been provided just for you. If you're looking for relief from back pain, neck pain, headaches and migraines, or other injuries, or are just looking to feel better, call us to set up an initial appointment. At Theriault Chiropractic we know that, "With Chiropractic Care, there is a better way to live."


Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I have suffered for 20 years with severe lower back pain and discomfort. Dr. Theriault changed everything beginning the very first week.. I am able to enjoy activities again that I have not participated in for years, thanks to him and his office."

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