Meet Dr. Henre J. Andosca
Why did I become a chiropractor?
I became a chiropractor after having a great experience with a chiropractor over 21 years ago.
At the time, I got hit by a car riding my bicycle to work one morning and my left leg was crushed. I was taken to a hospital after. They examined me and then released me with a pair of crutches saying “there are no fractures.” Then, I went to my PCP a few days later who referred me to several specialists. The MD’s told me they “couldn’t do anything” for me.
I was afraid I would never feel better again. Then, a friend told me to go see her chiropractor. I didn’t know what a chiropractor could do for my leg. However, I decided to take a chance.
The chiropractor did an exam, took x-rays, and then “adjusted” me. The adjustments didn’t hurt – they actually felt good. Within a few months I started running again. I saw so many ‘miracles’ in his office that I went to chiropractic school myself. And that’s how it happened!
For the last 17 years people have come from all over to see me with their:
- Leg and arm pain & numbness
- Chronic pain
- Headaches & migraines
- Dizziness & vertigo
- TMJ problems
- Shoulder pain & rotator cuff issues
- Wrist & elbow tendinitis
- Knee pain
- Disc problems
- Plantar fasciitis, ankle & foot pain
- Ear infections
- Digestive issues (IBS, constipation & colic)
- Gall bladder issues
- Pregnancy induced low back & leg pain
- Bed wetting (enuresis)
- Acid reflux (GERD)
- Sinus problems & allergies
- Blood pressure & blood sugar problems
- Neurological disorders
- Athletic injuries
- Chronic stress
Just to name a few…
What I do is analyze your nervous system using state of the art technologies (Thermography, Surface Electromyography, Heart Rate Variability, and Digital X-ray) to determine the levels of accumulated stress. Then, I deliver specific chiropractic adjustments to remove that stress, and your body responds by healing itself. It’s truly amazing!