Dr Graham Chiropractor Louisville
Chiropractic services in Louisville
When I was 19 years old, I was lifting weights at Bellarmine College, when suddenly I felt my lower back snap. I ended up going to a chiropractor to have my spine corrected. It was about a month after my first adjustment that I decided to become a chiropractor.
After completing my internship, passing my national and state boards, and completing a residency program, I returned to Louisville. I had always wanted to return to my home roots because I was born, reared, and attended school there (St. Albert the Great, Trinity, and Bellarmine College).
Because of my own personal history, I have a real passion for correcting back pain and am especially sympathetic towards those people who are struggling with back-related health issues. That is the very reason that most of my post graduate conferences revolve around the latest treatment techniques for back pain.
I am a member of the North American Spine Society and the International Chiropractic Association. To keep myself tall and fit, I regularly visit Fitness 19, play tennis at Seneca Park and do my “7 Minute Posture Program” at home.
I look forward to meeting you soon!
Dr. Stephen Graham
Dr Graham’s New Back Pain Book
Dr Graham has written a new book about back pain, ‘Don’t Get The Screws Put To You.” It’s all about how to live with a pain free back and with warnings about some well meaning but harmful medical techniques that actually do more harm than good. He then describes what you should do instead. You will learn the terms associated with and causes of back pain and the methods to avoid problems with your back.
In the book, Dr. Graham outlines 7 easy ways to prevent back problems and ensure a life free from back trouble, or if you already have problems you’ll find exercises and other methods and techniques to eliminate the pain. The book also contains many case studies that tell how Dr. Graham has helped many other people eliminate their back troubles.
Dr. Graham has written this book first for his patients and finally for everyone else who is seeking the joy and blessing of a strong and pain-free back. From the book Foreword by Dr. David Weber M.D.:
“I asked Dr, Graham why he wrote a book on back pain. He told me that he wanted to give something tangible to his patients that would help them to take more ownership with the health of their back. After reading the book, I will take this a step further by adding that this is not only a handbook for people with back pain, but more importantly it is for the bigger population of people, who have not yet suffered with back pain. Ultimately, if this group followed the seven principles outlined in his book, they could quite possibly eliminate future back pain altogether. Talk about moving the total healthcare bill needle?”