Reformation Chiropractic in Oakland

Chiropractor Oakland FL Robert White

Ever since I was a junior in high school, I have wanted to become a chiropractor in the West Orange & South Lake community. I grew up in Winter Garden playing baseball and originally wanted to pursue that professionally. But by the time my Junior year at West Orange high school rolled around, I was constantly struggling with shoulder and elbow injuries. I tried everything under the sun; physical therapy, medications, ice, heat, rest, you name it. Nothing helped. As a last resort, I went to a chiropractor. The first thing he did was x-ray my spine. Nobody, up until this point, had looked at anything other than my shoulder and elbow. He explained that the nerves that left my spine went to my shoulder & elbow, so if there was a problem in my spine, there could also be a problem in my arm. Sure enough, I started getting better for the first time. I couldn’t believe it because he didn’t even touch my arm. After that, I lost interest in baseball and fell in love with chiropractic. I love this community & it was always in my plans to return here to practice chiropractic once I had completed my studies.


Common Misconceptions About Chiropractic in Oakland

  • Getting adjusted is painful
    When you know exactly how to fix the problem, there is no need to use excessive force. Every adjustment is backed up by a 5 pillared Gonstead analysis that is designed to make sure the doctor is absolutely confident that they have found the subluxation so that they can remove it with specificity and gentleness.
  • Getting adjusted is scary
    What most people find scary about getting adjusted is the excessive twisting, yanking, and bending they see other chiropractors do on the internet. They are especially scared about all of that happening to their necks. Thankfully, the Gonstead method of adjusting involves none of that. Gonstead adjusting prides itself on maintaining proper anatomical positioning of the joints of the spine throughout the entire adjustment process.
  • All chiropractors are the same
    There are over 200 different types of chiropractic techniques. Saying, “I’ve tried chiropractic and it didn’t work for me” is like saying, “I’ve seen art before and I didn’t like it.” Maybe that wasn’t the art that best fit your taste, and maybe that wasn’t the chiropractor that best fit your needs.

Here is a list of the questions that you need to ask yourself when you go to a chiropractor or any doctor for that matter:

  1. What problem are they trying to solve and do I agree with the problem?
  2. What analysis is being used, and does it make sense to me?
  3. Does their solution better me and my family holistically?

If you agree with them about the problem, understand their analysis, and believe that their solution will benefit you and your family holistically, then you’ve found a good doctor.

OFFICE HOURS


Monday
9:00am - 12:00pm
3:00pm - 6:00pm


Tuesday
3:00pm - 6:00pm


Wednesday
9:00am - 12:00pm
3:00pm - 6:00pm


Thursday
3:00pm - 6:00pm


Friday
Closed


Saturday
Closed

Reformation Chiropractic

301 South Tubb Street Suite F2
Oakland, FL 34760

(407) 789-3501