Reno Chiropractor, Dr. Daniel Welch, DC
From a young age, Dr. Welch was always interested in healthcare. Dr. Welch felt inclined to pursue a career that would help people feel their best thanks to safe, innovative treatments. It’s why this Reno chiropractor chose this particular sector of the industry.
Dr. Welch’s treatment plans take a whole-body approach to chiropractic. He has certifications in nutrition, radiology, prenatal care, biomechanics, and extremity rehabilitation. Dr. Welch is currently in the process of attaining a Diplomat from the Chiropractic Board of Clinical Nutrition.
Dr. Welch focused on growing Northern Nevada Chiropractic through holistic medicines while also educating his patients. Doing so allows them to improve their lives through optimal wellness treatment plans. Dr. Welch also takes a special interest in working with athletes to help them stay at top performance or recover from injury. He uses soft tissue techniques such as active release therapy and Graston to help him more precisely treat the patient, getting them faster and better results.
As one of the most innovative wellness clinics in northern Nevada, patients can take advantage of general chiropractic care, massage therapy, spinal decompression, hydrotherapy, electrical stimulation, therapeutic ultrasound, and much more. In addition to practicing at the NNC Reno office, Dr. Welch also practices at the Round Mountain Medical Clinic one day a month in order to service Nevada’s rural population. He also donates his time to working with the athletes at Gymnastics Nevada.
Along with the rest of our staff, Dr. Welch continues to offer the highest quality of chiropractic care. That means that there’s no need for invasive surgical techniques or potentially dangerous medications. At Northern Nevada Chiropractic, our mission is to help our patients enjoy optimal wellness without needing to deal with pain any longer.
Watch Dr. Welch’s Philosophy on Chiropractic Medicine
“The reason I feel that chiropractic is great is the ‘WOW’ factor I get from it. I love when a patient is hobbling in here, and then walking out. I get that sense of satisfaction that I made a difference in their life…”