At Lesch Chiropractic, we understand that your time is valuable. We respect your intelligence and appreciate the fact that many neck and back pain sufferers have the ability to correct their own problem when given the knowledge and tools to treat it themselves. Dr. Lesch has streamlined some of the best diagnostic and treatment methods from the chiropractic, physical therapy, and athletic training professions in order to provide a specific diagnosis and the most effective exercises for a fast and full recovery. His aim is to determine the specific treatment and exercise that gets to the root of the problem and leads to immediate and dramatic results. It all begins with taking the time to get to the correct diagnosis.
Dr Lesch is an established expert in Mastering Disc Pain and Mechanical Assessment of the Spine & Extremities. He has the distinction of being one of only a few Chiropractors certified in both the McKenzie and Mulligan Concepts of spinal assessment and treatment. Dr. Lesch is a sought after speaker, teaching seminars to other Chiropractics in the proper techniques for the spine and extremities, along with effective disc reducing exercises and mobilizations.
Seminar quote: "WOW, two days into the work week and already made huge strides with 5 of my 'stubborn pain' patients! Certainly a unique approach to treatment that offers results quickly and easily. All 6 of us thank you and looking forward to the rest of my week."
Dr. Eric Nowak, Nowak Family Chiropractic
Key To Recovery
The key to recovery is understanding that the great majority of neck and back pain is the result of a sprain or weakness to the outside wall of the disc and that it’s not something to be stretched out
Dr. Lesch uses a variety of diagnosis and treatment methods. The following are some of the more frequent techniques he uses in practice: McKenzie Therapy, Mulligan Therapy, Powerlifting Training, And More
Physiotherapist - Founder of the McKenzie Therapy
"If there is the slightest chance that a patient can be educated in any method that enables him to reduce his own pain and disability using his own understanding and resources, he should receive that education. Every patient is entitled to the information, and every therapist should be obliged to provide it.”