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Welcome to Capstone Chiropractic, Your Salt Lake City Chiropractor

At Capstone Chiropractic, serving Salt Lake City, Holladay and the surrounding Utah area, Dr. Ryan J. Rowell, Dr. Steven Fisher, and the highly trained staff offer various chiropractic treatments to help with a variety of issues. Our chiropractors have been providing the Salt Lake City area with a high level of care, compassion, and quality chiropractic treatment. 

Services We Provide 

Capstone Chiropractic offers a wide variety of treatments including spinal alignments. A spinal alignment is a treatment that a chiropractor performs by aligning the spine with his hands. Using specialized motions, the chiropractor places the vertebrae back in line with the spinal discs. The vertebrae become out of aligning as a result of repetitive motions, poor posture, injuries or an automobile accident, just to name a few. Dr. Rowell may use a spinal alignment to treat conditions like sciatica, general back pain, a bulging or herniated disc. It's also beneficial to those who have degenerative disc disease, arthritis and various other issues affecting the back. 

Adjustments are almost beneficial to those who have neck pain, even if the pain is related to whiplash. A chiropractor may perform manipulation in other areas of your body to correct issues such as plantar fasciitis. Any type of chiropractic adjustment takes pressure off of the nerves and soft tissue surrounding the bone. Additionally, an adjustment optimizes blood flow to the area, so you receive more nutrients to the area, ultimately relieving swelling and promoting healing. 

Spinal decompression is another treatment our chiropractor utilizes. It's beneficial to many of the same issues that a spinal adjustment corrects. In particular, it helps patients who suffer from degenerative disc disease. Spinal decompression consists of you lying on a traction table that gently pulls the spine, reducing pressure on the sensitive or injured discs in your back. This promotes healing and reduces pain and discomfort.

Chiropractic massage is another service we offer. A massage therapist uses his or her hands to loosen the soft tissue around the areas where you're experiencing pain. This enhances your circulation around the area, helps with the healing process and decreases inflammation and pain. We also offer nutritional counseling and various other methods to help improve your health and oftentimes life. 

Call Us Today

To schedule an appointment with our Salt Lake City chiropractors, contact Capstone Chiropractic today by calling  (801) 272-8500. We proudly service Salt Lake City, Holladay, and the surrounding Utah area.

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Meet the Chiropractor

  • Steven Fisher
    DC
    Chiropractic Physician
    Dr. Fisher has provided over 250,000 adjustments and has over 34 years of experience. The majority of his chiropractic practice was in California, where he was born.
  • Ryan James Rowell
    DC
    Chiropractic Physician
    Dr. Rowell recently moved to Utah from Dallas Texas (so be careful what you say about the Cowboys). Dr. Rowell studied Biology at Utah State University and Graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Parker University.

Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Clients

    "I have benefited tremendously from the chiropractic care I received from Dr. Anderson."

    John Doe / San Diego, CA

    "My health has improved considerably thanks to Dr. Anderson"

    Jane Doe / La Jolla, CA

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