With over 30 years of experience, the attentive health care professionals at University Center Chiropractic in Seattle are dedicated to helping you achieve your health goals by combining skill and expertise that span the entire chiropractic wellness spectrum. In the past, Dr. Kearney was voted as state chiropractor of the year by his peers and he is committed to bringing patients better health and an improved life. He will take the time necessary to listen and work with you to formulate a plan to help your specific problem.
Patients are assured of receiving the finest chiropractic care and attention to detail through the use of modern chiropractic techniques, equipment. and a variety of gentle manual techniques. If necessary, we will provide a complete team approach that includes exercise, nutritional counseling, massage, and acupuncture. Dr. Kearney and staff have a genuine concern for your well-being.
Common symptoms treated at our office include: sudden or chronic back or neck pain, shoulder pain, tension headaches, migraine, pain or numbness and tingling in an arm or leg, a "pinched" nerve sensation, hip, knee or foot pain, sudden or slowly increasing stiffness, fibromyalgia, and various forms of arthritis.
If you are new to our office, spend some time on our website and learn more about us and our approach to chiropractic and wellness here at our Seattle chiropractic clinic. We are conveniently located just off I-5 on the corner of Roosevelt and 45th and have free validated parking.
By: Dr. Eugene Kearney
University Center Chiropractic | 4500 9th Ave. NE #300 | Seattle, WA 98105
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