Dr. Dahl discusses the importance of his role as a sports chiropractor for Albuquerque athletes. Whether you’re a professional athlete or just a weekend warrior, sports injuries can happen quickly and cause a lot of pain. Why suffer? Contact our office to find out how Dr. Dahl can help alleviate pain and free up stiff, sore muscles with sports chiropractic care and other cutting-edge therapies.
Dr. Eric Dahl’s recommends utilizing supplements, such as USANA Health Sciences Inc. products, to support your natural health journey. Dr. Dahl wants to help you live a healthy and active lifestyle while taking fewer prescription medications. His focus is on alternative wellness therapies like chiropractic adjustments, medical massage therapy, proper nutrition and supplementation.
Call us at 505-792-3311 today to schedule a wellness consultation with Dr. Dahl and learn about the different options you have for living your healthiest life. #PainFreeAtApollo#USANA#TuesdayTIp
Dr.Eric Dahl invites you to reach out to him for guidance with your health and wellness journey. His goal is to help his patients reduce or limit the number of prescription medications they’re taking and to improve their health through proper nutrition, lifestyle changes and chiropractic maintenance. Call us at 505-792-3311 to set up a wellness exam and to talk about the other options you have for living your healthiest life.
Dr. Dahl performs instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization therapy, also known as “scraping,” on Mr. Romello Brown of The Duke City Gladiators. If you are interested in trying this therapy for your own tight muscles or sports injuries, give us a call at (505) 792-3311
We would love to help you live #PainFreeAtApollo.
Is neck and shoulder pain making your job harder on you? Here are some exercises you can do right now to help! Dr. Eric Dahl shows you some corrective exercises you can do at home or even at work to start releasing tension in your neck and shoulders. It’s as easy as YMCA! Share with or tag a coworker whom you think needs to take a break to stretch!
Psoas syndrome can cause a snapping sensation in the hip, low back pain, and can even cause your pelvis to tilt out of place. In this video tip with Dr. Eric Dahl, Duke City Gladiators player Darryl Stonum receives a treatment to release his psoas muscle. Psoas injuries can be common in athletes, but we’ve got you covered here at Apollo Chiropractic! If you have experienced any of these symptoms and want to try this treatment out for yourself, call us at (505) 792-3311 to set up an appointment.
💧Hydration is key💧Join us for our next full Kangen Alkaline Water demonstration here at Apollo Chiropractic! Learn how alkaline based water can help reduce the acid load in your body and improve your overall health and wellness! Follow us on Facebook to stay updated on when we will host our next Kangen Alkaline Water demonstration. #PainFreeAtApollo
In today’s video, we have a demonstration of Red and Infrared Light Therapy performed on Dr. Dahl’s wife and business partner, Mrs. Emma Dahl. Give us a call at (505) 792-3311 for more information on this treatment and how it can help you!
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Are you a veteran? Watch our Facebook video and learn how to access Community Care for veterans enrolled in VA health care. You may be eligible for Community Care (located outside a VA medical facility) when VA cannot provide the care you need. To find out if Community Care is available to you:
- Go to the VA and schedule an appointment with your VA provider (doctor).
- Make an appointment with a non-VA healthcare provider — VA will work with you to find a community provider, such as Apollo Chiropractic.
- Receive quality care covered through the VA.
For more information about the steps to accessing Community Care, visit the VA Community Care website.
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Albuquerque, NM 87120
Due to the anticipated COVID-19 infection rate accelerating over the next two weeks, our office will be closed beginning April 3, 2020, with a tentative re-opening during the week of April 20. Please revisit our website and follow us on Facebook for further updates. Thank you and please be safe!