X-rays are a common imaging technique used for any number of medical evaluations, including low back pain. Techniques that are less common, but still used in evaluating low back pain include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as well as various imaging devices such as computed tomography. All of these come with a cost, and recent clinical guidelines indicate they may not be necessary in many cases of back pain.
It is refreshing to have a medical professional listen to your concerns and treat the whole issue, not just a band aid. I am very pleased with the result of pain management and would recommend Dr. Eustice to anyone experiencing chronic discomfort.
Great personal attention with a warm touch. Steve is an expert on knowing where to make adjustments and seems to be able to know where it hurts and give relief
Dr. Eustice has helped me over the years from neck pain to back pain. He has a gentle touch and looks at the pain YOU are having so that he customizes his treatment based on your needs. Dr. Eustice is one of the best chiropractors I have ever had, and I have seen a fair number in my lifetime.
Gentle, sensitive and kind. Very tuned in and caring. Dr. Steve will find what's wrong and make it right. Highly recommend a visit. Also, his assistant Anissa is amazing and keeps good candy at the check in desk
Dr. Steve is excellent at what he does. Not only myself, my Mom, my Aunt and even my Grandmother have all relied on his skill and knowledge as a chiropractor. When I need chiropractic care, I have always called on him (12 years now).