Dr. Jeff Lissenden Has Over 25 Years Experience
Welcome to the website of Alpha Health Center: home of Lissenden Chiropractic Center, Massage Haven and Alpha Weight Loss. We provide chiropractic care and other related services to residents of Greensboro and the Triad area. Dr. Jeff Lissenden is the Clinic Director. He went to Old Dominion University and Palmer College of Chiropractic to obtain his doctorate. He is also certified as a Personal Trainer. He has been in practice since 1989 (over 25 years).
Our practice goes well beyond treating patients with back pain, neck pain and headaches. Although, these symptoms are very common and we get very good results treating the cause of such problems. There are many difficult conditions that we get great results treating. Dr. Jeff will let you know if he cannot help you. Read on. Other conditions are discussed.
Dr. Jeff believes in providing alternatives to spinal surgery. Our Greensboro chiropractic clinic implements cervical and lumbar traction to treat herniated, bulging and degenerated discs. These problems respond to this treatment incredibly well, and can quite often prevent the necessity of surgery. If another clinic has proposed surgery for your disc pain, please consult with us first.
Dr. Jeff uses Alternative Health Care Measures
to get Excellent Results
Chiropractic, in order to achieve its maximum effectiveness, implements other disciplines to assist with pain management. Massage therapy, physiotherapy and other forms of treatment augment and perpetuate the results of spinal adjustments to speed up and stabilize them. Chronic headaches, neck and back pain, whether from car accident injury or chronic stress heal much more quickly, and other conditions such as fibromyalgia respond well to this multidisciplinary approach.
Maybe you have pain and/or numbness in your leg(s) and/or arm(s). Good News! We have effective treatment for sciatica, peripheral neuropathy and other difficult conditions.
"Observational study found that low back pain patients receiving chiropractic care, which typically includes spinal manipulation, are more satisfied than those receiving medical care."
-New England Journal of Medicine