CHIROPRACTIC CARE

Are you considering chiropractic treatment? If so, you may have some questions. Don’t worry, this is completely normal and expected, especially if you have never sought this type of treatment in the past.

What Exactly Is Chiropractic Care and What Does A Chiropractor Do?

Chiropractors work with bones, muscle and ligaments of the body to help relieve pain and dysfunction in the body. Chiropractors mainly focus on the spine and inflammation along the spine that can affect the nerves; this can cause a cascade of problems including pain.

Chiropractic care is focused on the relationship between your body’s structure, mainly the spine, and function, which is coordinated by the body’s nervous system. It also focuses on how the relationship affects the restoration and the preservation of your overall health.

More than 15 million people in North American seek chiropractic care each year for the effective, natural, and safe relief it provides. This type of treatment can help alleviate a wide array of ailments, including low energy levels, poor overall health, extremity pain, headaches, back and neck pain, and more.

The Benefits Offered By Seeking Chiropractic Care

Some specific benefits offered by seeking chiropractic care include the following:

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Reduced inflammation of the tissues

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Extremity and spinal pain relief

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Enhanced healing of damaged tissue

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Headache relief

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Reduced degeneration and injury risk

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Increased range of motion and mobility

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Increased coordination and balance

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Reduced muscular spasms and stiffness

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Increased sense of relaxation and well-being

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Relief from arthritic joint pain

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Increased energy and performance

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Increased joint health

Meet Your Award Winning Chiropractic Team

Meet Dr. Frogley

Coming from a large family of chiropractors, Dr. Scott Frogley followed in his father’s footsteps, Dr. H. Ronald Frogley, as a graduate of the Palmer College of Chiropractic Medicine in 1994. While spending a year in his father’s clinic in Davenport, he completed a year-long course to become a Certified Chiropractic Extremities Physician (CCEP). Eventually relocating his family to Salt Lake City, he spent two seasons with the University of Utah football team as a team chiropractor.

In 1997, he opened his own private practice, Frogley Health & Wellness, precursor to Integrated Wellness of South Jordan. He was later joined by his brother, Dr. Cory Frogley, with the opening of a second location in Centerville, Utah.

In 2022 Dr. Frogley teamed up with Regan Archibald and East West Health to create Integrated Pain Specialists. 

His life having personally been touched by the benefits of chiropractic medicine, he has spent his career working to better understand how to better treat his patients’ long term physical maladies.

Dr. Frogley completed four years of undergraduate school from BYU. He completed an advanced certification with the San Diego Spine Institute specializing in soft tissue injuries that occur from automobile accidents. He has also given strict focus on superior training in the area of spinal correction and the treatment of scoliosis, and utilizes the Pettibon System in his practice. Dr. Frogley is the only doctor that is Spinecor scoliosis certified in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Nevada and New Mexico.

Dr. Frogley is also the lead mentor for all Integrated Pain Specialists chiropractors. 

Meet Dr. Lorenc

Dr. Caleb Lorenc DC first received an associate degree in massage therapy at Provo College. He then did his undergraduate work at Utah Valley State College and Salt Lake Community College to advance him to Palmer College of Chiropractic where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree and Doctorate of Chiropractic. At Palmer he graduated summa cum laude and participated in extra programs to enhance his progression. He participated in Palmer’s clinic abroad program where he went to Manaus, Brazil in a humanitarian effort. Caleb also participated in the Preceptor program which allowed him to spend his last trimester of school working at our sister office in Bountiful.

Dr. Lorenc went through a seven month program learning advanced extremity adjusting, soft tissue treatment, gait and orthotics, and rehabilitation.

He certified as a Certified Chiropractic Extremities Practitioner (CCEP).

Meet Dr. Gunnell

Dr. Jeffrey Gunnell grew up here in the Salt Lake valley. He graduated from Alta high school then attended Ricks College and later graduated from BYU. He continued his education at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa for his Doctor of Chiropractic. He graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2003.

Working in Washington and Idaho gave him great experience and wonderful memories while his children grew. In 2014 he joined Integrated Wellness, and is happy to be back in his home state.

Dr. Gunnell is married to his wife Amber, and they have 4 children.

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Meet Dr. Bentley

Dr. Matt Bentley grew up moving around a lot he live in the Puget Sound in Washington, Henderson, Nevada, and settled in the Salt Lake Valley. After graduating High School, he served a mission in South Carolina. After returning home he attended Salt Lake City Community College shortly and then transferred to Utah Valley University where he majored in Fine Art. In the final years of his undergrad, he realized that he wanted to pursue a career that allowed him to work with his hands and help people get out of pain. 

 
Dr. Bentley then decided to attend Chiropractic school at Northwestern Health Sciences, located in Minnesota. While attending school, he gravitated to physical rehabilitation and pain science. He took extensive courses on extremity adjusting and attained his certification in Selective Functional Movement Assessment, which focuses on restoration of function and elimination of pain. After school, he returned home and lives in the Salt Lake Valley with his Wife Hayley and his 2 kids.

You Owe It To Yourself To Understand All Your Treatment Options So You Can Make The Best Decisions Concerning Your Health.

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Tuesday 2 pm – 6 pm
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Friday 8 am – 1 pm

 

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