Timothy P. Schneider, D.C. is a chiropractor trained in treating the framework of the human body from head to toe, from infants to senior citizens.
Founding Caledonia Chiropractic Clinic in 1996, Dr. Schneider recognized the need for alternative and integrated treatment options for patients suffering from problems with the complex relationship of the nervous system, joints and muscles. The practice has since grown to include several different types of specialists, who share his philosophy of treating patients like family.
Improving and updating his knowledge in the area of alternative medicine, chiropractic, and nutrition, he participates in advanced post-graduate courses and numerous seminars across the country. Dr. Schneider is a provider for Health Care Network, an organization providing healthcare to the poor. He has also written articles for local newspapers, appeared on local radio and spoken to numerous groups and organizations.
Chiropractic Care, the Art of Natural Healing
A Doctor of Chiropractic is a recognized member of the healthcare team who considers the human body as a whole, giving special attention to the nerves, muscles, and joints.
Chiropractic seeks to relieve pain, illness, and disability, while restoring health though natural practical approaches. The procedures most commonly used are manipulations, physical therapy, exercise, nutrition, and lifestyle changes. Chiropractic does not involve drugs or surgery, is safe, non-invasive, and has fewer side effects. It can benefit everyone in your family of all ages, including pregnant women who can’t use other methods to alleviate their discomfort.
A misconception exists that chiropractic only addresses back and neck problems. Irritated nerves can not only cause pain, but can affect many other functions of the body. This is why an impressive array of other physical complaints also responds well to chiropractic care. Together, we will tailor a specific plan of action to meet your needs, goals and unique physical condition.