Desert Rose Chiropractic recently welcomed Andrea Kurelowech, D.C. to its staff She is a graduate of Logan University in St. Louis, Mo., with additional certifications in Applied Kinesiology, Kinesiotaping, and Internal Health with Enzyme Nutrition.

She grew up in Glendale and is excited to return back to Arizona to serve the community.

With Kurelowech on staff, Desert Rose Chiropractic now offers a variety of new chiropractic techniques that involve both instrument and manual adjusting as well as soft tissue work, Kinesiotaping, and nutritional Enzyme Therapy to promote healing from the inside-out as well as the outside-in.

With chiropractic care coupled with the unique approach of Enzyme Nutrition, a person can eliminate two of the three contributors to stress. Signs that a person is in need of dietary modification includes; stiff, sore joints, headache, insomnia, anxiety, irritability, gas, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, lack of energy, inability to concentrate, and a variety of other symptoms.

Desert Rose Chiropractic, 532 E. Maryland Ave., Ste. D, has expanded its hours to five days a week. The office is open Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Fridays by appointment. Stop by or call 602-264-6300 to set up a free consultation for Enzyme Nutrition Therapy or chiropractic care.


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