ABOUT Impule Chiropractic and Dr. Casey

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Impulse Chiropractic and Rehab is a new chiropractic office in Debary/Orange City that is here for your chiropractic needs. The office specializes in one-on-one care for a variety of conditions that range from back/neck pain, wrist/ankle pain, disc herniations, carpal tunnel, radiculopathy, sports injuries, and much more. The Doctor will spend an hour with you on your first visit and perform a thorough exam to discern what is going on with your condition. You will get the chance to learn, ask questions, and leave feeling better than when you walked into the office.

The solo chiropractic doctor, Dr. Casey Attenberger, was born and raised in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. After a brief hiatus for college near Rochester New York, she moved down to Port Orange, the little beachfront town that is home to Palmer College of Chiropractic. She graduated in 2021 and is proud to open Impulse Chiropractic and Rehab here in the Debary/Orange City area.

She is passionate about patient satisfaction and helping each patient reach their individual goals. She entered this profession in order to spend time and energy with patients and encourage them to reach their full potential. She loves to work with an athletic population whether they are competitive athletes, recreational athletes, beginners, or new to an active lifestyle. She hopes to inspire others to become active and enjoy the recovery process as they increase their strength and control through chiropractic rehabilitation.

Through chiropractic school, she trained extensively through the Motion Palpation Institute which increased her adjusting skills and patient care tremendously. She took courses from the McKenzie institute for disc rehabilitation and pain management as well. She is prepared to use all of these skills for the right patients at the right time.

She is excited to run the practice and help it expand for the patients. She hopes to have patients that come in for their pain and receive relief but continue to come back in the future when they have new pain concerns or questions.