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Guzzardo Chiropractic Center has combined technology, spa-like atmosphere and exceptional chiropractic care to create its new wellness center. Here patients not only experience the wonderful pain relieving effects of the chiropractic adjustment, but also the improvement in their overall health and well being.
The Clinton Township practice has an airy feel and look of a spa – plenty of natural light warms the various public and private areas of the office, and wood trim and furnishings are finished in warm tones. The structure is wired with the latest computer technology, which saves time for both doctors and patients and allows more time for care and education. Dr. David Guzzardo has been in practice for over 28 years and is a graduate of Life Chiropractic College-West in San Lorenzo, Calif. His associate, Dr. Marie Palazzolo-Meyer, is a graduate of Life University in Marietta, Georgia. The team also includes licensed massage therapist Lacey Lyon.
The office has converted to electronic record keeping and admission, which considerably reduces work for the staff and check-in for patients. Once a client signs in at the touch screen computer at the front desk, his or her chart is automatically forwarded to a laptop at one of the two doctor's adjustment stations. All X-rays are digital, and images are ready right after they are taken; no waiting for film to be developed. The doctors also can zoom in on images in detail to easily diagnose your problem. “The new technology has truly revolutionized patient care, patient education, patient satisfaction and most of all our certainty as a chiropractic wellness team.” states Dr. Guzzardo. “These new systems give us the edge in taking our practice to a completely different level.”