Since 1999, Hamilton Health Associates has been serving the residents of the Butler County area. They offer a range of specialty health services designed to get you back on your feet and feeling your best. Whether you need comprehensive chiropractic care, physical therapy, massage, or psychological support, Hamilton Health Associates has the provider you need to take charge of your health. The Hamilton Health team is dedicated to the empowerment and education of each client. They want you to.. find the solutions that work best for your body and your overall health, and they provide treatments ranging from mainstream, Western options to traditional and natural methods. No matter what brings you into their offices, be it a work injury, car accident injury, or new or longstanding health concern, you can be confident that you will be taking a proactive role in your healthcare. To meet the needs of a changing world and an ever-evolving understanding of medical care, Hamilton Health Associates has professional treatment options in a number of different specialties. These include: * Chiropractic Adjustments & Manipulations * Sports Rehabilitation * Physical Therapy * Massage * Psychology * Custom Foot Orthotics * Spinal Decompression All treatments take place at their state-of-the-art facilities. They utilize the most recent technology to get to the root of your problem and start you on the road to recovery. Hamilton Health Associates aim to make your experience an exceptional one from the moment you step in the door. Call Hamilton Health Associates at (513) 863-2273 to schedule an appointment with a chiropractor or any of their other healthcare professionals. Visit theirwebsite to learn more about the services they offer. At Hamilton Health, you will feel welcome and comfortable as you address your medical issues with the latest in conventional and natural healthcare solutions.VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
Hamilton Health Associates helped out my husband when he was in a car accident. They did an o.k. job. After my husband had is 10 visits permitted by his insurance he stopped going. They called a million times to try and get him to come back. Which was kind of annoying, but I guess it's their job. Overall they were o.k.
Posted: 10/30/2007 • Last edited: 1/02/2008 • Link to this review