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Pleasant Grove, UT 84062 US

801-785-9411

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DON'T IGNORE YOUR SYMPTOMS!
A symptom is the body's attempt to indicate an imbalance or problem.  When you try to relieve the symptom you need to recognize that you are giving the body temporary relief; you are not really curing the problem.  If you mask the problem, it could be getting worse without you knowing, or it could manifest itself in other areas of your body.  If you cure the problem, you will obtain relief.

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WANT TO GET RID OF YOUR PROBLEM?
To cure the problem; you have to find the cause. At Rosquist Chiropractic Clinic , chiropractors in Pleasant Grove UT are here to help you find the cause of your pain or problem. If you have already been diagnosed with a spinal disc condition such as a bulged or herniated disc or are experiencing numbness or tingling go to our Spinal Decompression Tab on the left menu.  If you live on pain medications or are experiencing joint pain check out our Class IV Pain Laser Tab for conditions helped with this technology at our pain management clinic in Pleasant Grove Utah.  The Chiropractic Tab has an interactive 3 D section that will answer a lot of your questions and for a more complete list of conditions check out our Community Topics Tab and click on the "We May Help You With"


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"Previous Studies Have Shown that Increased Surgery Rates for Back Pain don't improve Patient Outcomes", Los Angeles Times, October 14, 2009

Much is being said about practicing Evidence Based Medicine. 

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We are located in Pleasant Grove, Utah, Our staff at the Rosquist Clinic/Utah Decompression Clinic will be glad to answer any questions you may have. Dr. Bryon Rosquist and Dr. Douglas Atkinson are committed to keeping up with the Technonolgy that will be of the most help to you.

Serving all of Utah County and Salt Lake including American Fork, Pleasant Grove, Orem, Lehi, Alpine, Provo & Spanish Fork.

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Monday:

8:00 am

5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am

5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am

5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am

5:30 pm

Friday:

By Appt.

By Appt.

Saturday:

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By Appt.

Sunday:

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  • "I'm a believer of the great service and care I have received from Dr. Rosquist over the years. Some times I've crawled into the office after a bad fall wake boarding. He's always got me back on my feet. While other doctors would have loved to fuze my back, Dr. Rosquist works his magic to keep my spine healthy and strong."
    Sussy B. Pleasant Grove, UT

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