SOURCE: Steiner Chiropractic

December 14, 2011 09:45 ET

Castle Pines and Castle Rock Chiropractor Overhauls Website for Patients

CASTLE PINES, CO--(Marketwire - Dec 14, 2011) - Steiner Chiropractic announced that the practice has launched a newly redesigned website to enhance patient communications. The old site was redesigned to improve accessibility and add new interactive content features like the 3D Spine Simulator. The practice is working to expand patients' access to educational resources on family chiropractic care, natural back pain management and whole body wellness. The site also features a "Community Content" resource library and blog. The practice serves the Castle Rock and Castle Pines communities.

Castle Rock chiropractor Dr. Chris Steiner announced that his practice has launched a redesigned website. The site, http://www.SteinerChiropracticPC.com, received a full makeover, including a completely new user interface, new interactive features and new wellness content.

"As a Castle Pines chiropractor, patient education is my primary goal," said Dr. Steiner. "So many individuals do not realize the tremendous difference that spinal adjustments can have on the overall quality of their lives. From neck pain relief to helping patients heal following a car accident, spinal adjustments make a difference. Our redesigned website naturally complements my mission to help patients learn about natural, non-invasive treatment options."

Dr. Steiner emphasized the importance of the website's new "Community Content" library, which is designed to help patients learn more about treatment options and Castle Rock chiropractic care. The library includes articles on the science behind spinal adjustments and how these treatments can naturally relieve pain, including whiplash injuries.

A new website feature is the 3D Spine Simulator, an interactive tool that visually shows individuals how a misalignment in one part of the body can cause pain in other parts.

"Many patients do not realize that pain in one part of the body may be due to an injury in an entirely different location," said Dr. Steiner. "The 3D Spine Simulator does a great of job of demonstrating how our entire body is interconnected, and a single herniated disc can cause significant damage to the musculoskeletal system. This visual tool is essential for helping patients understand the underlying cause for their pain."

Individuals can learn more about how to stay healthy and avoid injuries through Dr. Steiner's new blog. He also posts the latest wellness news, tips for managing pain and other important wellness information.

"My goal with the blog is to create an interactive dialogue with patients," said Dr. Steiner. "It's not a one way tool but a two-way street for constructive communication, so I encourage visitors to post any questions they may have."

Prospective patients can also learn more about what to expect during the first visit to the practice through the website's "New Patient Center." This online resource includes a virtual office tour, information on payment options, and information on the three stages of care provided by the wellness center.

"The primary goal of our website is to educate patients, so when it comes time to selecting a treatment option, they can feel confident they're making the right choice for their bodies and wellness needs," said Dr. Steiner.

Prospective patients can learn more about Dr. Steiner and his practice on the website at http://www.SteinerChiropracticPC.com.

Contact Information

  • Steiner Chiropractic
    Castle Rock, CO
    1-888-667-5235