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Centro Quiropráctico del Oeste / Dr. Ronald Manns

Centro Quiropráctico del Oeste / Dr. Ronald Manns

 We got your back!


  • Mayagüez Terrace #1078 Calle José E. Arrarás, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico 00682


Business hours

8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
8:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Products or Services

  • Conditions treated by a chiropractor:

    • Head and neck
    • Costochondritis (rib pain)
    • Headaches
    • Neck pain - irritation of the joint
    • Neck and arm pain - pinched nerve
    • Damaged discs
    • TMJ problems
    • Lower Back and Pelvis
    • Low back pain - joint irritation
    • Leg and knee pain
    • Sciatic nerve
    • Scoliosis and related pains
    • Herniated or injured discs
    • Care during pregnancy
    • Shoulder
    • Shoulder pain
    •Adhesive capsulitis
    • Frosted shoulder
    • Shoulder rotation
    • Elbow, Wrist and Hand
    • Tennis elbow
    • Golf elbow
    • Carpal Tunnel
    • Tendonitis
    • Repetitive movement or disorder of cumulative trauma

Payment methods

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With 20 years of experience in family practice and industrial ergonomics / workplace. Dr. Manns began his career as a registered nurse in intensive care for 8 years. Meanwhile, he was the host of a radio program on health issues. 

YOUR VERTEBRAL COLUMN: Your spine consists of a series of moving bones, starting at the base of the skull and ending in the middle of the hips. Although the column is composed of 24 individual vertebrae, it functions as a dynamic organ on which the structure depends to obtain support and movement.

WHAT IS A SUBLUXATION? It is when a vertebra is deviated or out of position, allowing interference of the nervous messages between the brain and the body. This causes irritation in the nerves and intervenes in their normal functioning. It can be the result of accidents, falls, excessive physical exertion, tension, posture and exhaustion.

WHAT IS AN ADJUSTMENT? A chiropractic treatment aligns the vertebrae that are out of position, which is why it is called an adjustment. The adjustment pays special attention to the area of ​​the spine where the vertebrae have been immobilized. By doing this normal movement is restored, which reduces irritation or inflammation. The number of treatments varies with the condition of each patient.