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Treating Car Accident Injuries since 2006
Michael T. LoGiudice, DC

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For more information or to schedule an appointment with our Salem & Keizer chiropractor, call 503-371-9593 today!

Dr. Michael LoGiudice is a chiropractor serving Oregon and the surrounding area. Our chiropractor and the rest of the welcoming team are committed to providing chiropractic solutions to address your unique needs, whether you are experiencing back pain, neck pain, headaches, or even muscular tightness and tension. You may be searching for pain relief after an accident, experiencing an injury, or if you suffer from a specific condition like chronic back pain or a spinal condition. Even if you're looking to improve your overall health, our chiropractor can help you attain your everyday wellness goals! Visit our testimonials page to find out what our patients are saying about our Salem chiropractor and our chiropractic care plans.

Why Choose Dr. Michael LoGiudice, DC?

  • We provide Primary Spine Care
  • We are quick to Refer for X-rays/MRI/CT, when indicated
  • Superior patient ratings
  • Effective and often immediate results
  • Safe for all ages
  • Protocols for common injuries
  • Treatment aims to heal and enhance
  • Preferred treatment for medication-sensitive patients
  • Avoid unnecessary surgery

"A Primary Spine Provider The Primary Spine Provider (PSP) is a health care professional who is specially trained to provide front-line management for patients with Spinal Related Disorders (SRDs). The PSP has the skills necessary to provide differential diagnosis and management for the majority of patients with SRDs, without referring out (Ie. excessive testing, medication, or surgery) for a majority of the cases. In addition, this practitioner has the ability to recognize those relatively few patients who require special tests (X-Ray, CT, MRI, and Lab) and invasive procedures (injections, nerve blocks, surgery) ."

Treatment protocols that have been rigorously tested! Try the rest -- Call us when you need results.

  • Injuries, repetition, and even sudden movements can change your day-to-day range-of-motion (ROM), cause pain and dysfunction, change your body mechanics, alignment, and cause motion irregularities
  • We treat soft tissue injuries, compressed nerves, muscle pathology, connective tissue disorders, and aim to prevent degenerative changes from becoming disabling.

Linn City Chiropractic - We have a technique that is as unique for you and your condition

  • Activator Method -- a soft technique using a mechanical adjuster for the anxious patient
  • Arthrostim --Electric adjustment device, releases trigger points/muscle spasm
  • Chiropractic adjustment -- a controlled force, leverage, direction, amplitude, and velocity into stuck or fixated joint(s)
  • Cox/McKenzie protocol -- a mechanical flexion treatment table decompresses spinal structures disc pain
  • Manual therapy -- treatment using hands that directly contact the body
  • Manipulation -- a specific thrust to move a fixated joint in order to restore normal ROM
  • Mobilization -- movement applied within the physiological range
  • GRASTON technique -- Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization IASTM
  • Non-surgical Spinal Decompression -- first line therapy for herniations/bulging discs
  • Vibra-Cussor -- for musculoskeletal pain and myofascial syndrome, trigger point therapy using vibration
  • Bracing/Taping Kinesio sport taping, durable medical equipment, to improve and/or limit movement
  • Cold LASER Low Level Laser using 808 nm frequency promotes healing using phototherapy
  • Infrared Sauna Dry Infrared Sauna promotes detoxification, deep heat, relaxation of tight, tired muscles

What is the next step?

  • Call right now to schedule an appointment!

We are a results-driven practice. Our word-of-mouth marketing style just means that if you had a positive experience with our clinic, we hope you will refer your friends and family. Our vision commits us unequivocally to our mission everyday and inspires us to help those that need it. Our staff is always willing to put in the time and effort needed to try and help you.

Our patient base is as diversified as the globe. Young / Old; Sedentary / Athletic; Acute / Chronic pain; Auto / Work / Sports Injuries; Weekend-Warriors / Professional Athletes; Aches / Headaches/ Cramps; Pinched Nerves / Sciatica

Disease is a condition treated by medical doctors. 
Dys-ease: painful movement is a condition treated by chiropractic doctors.

Dr. Michael LoGiudice
Salem/Keizer Chiropractor | Michael T. LoGiudice, DC | 503-371-9593

1127 Broadway St. NE Ste. 330 
Salem, OR 97301


Review By Our Satisfied Patient

  • "If it wasn't for Dr Mike I wouldn't be here at the beach, every time I have needed help, Dr Mike fits me in with no appt and fixes the problem with immediate care. He is truly a healer. Before u go anywhere, I promise u won't be disappointed."
    Stephanie E.

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