Nima Kianfard, D.C | Chiropractor


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Nima Kianfard, D.C

Nima Kianfard, D.C | Kian Chiropractic Care

Nima Kianfard, D.C | Kian Chiropractic Care, Farsi Chiropractors in Irvine

He has a passion for human anatomy and its complex systems, After learning about chiropractic care, he was interested to find out more about the complex biomechanical systems and their role in our physical and emotional well being. This curiosity leads him on a path to holistic methods of treatment through chiropractic, and he has been eager to share his expertise with others. He is now a practicing chiropractor in the city of Irvine, CA.

His goal is to find the least invasive treatment methods that work for your unique physique without the need for surgery or pain killer medications. Kian Chiropractic uses the latest technologies and evidence-based techniques to treat your specific condition with a treatment plan designed to help your body help itself. The beauty of chiropractic care is that the focus is on the body’s natural healing abilities. We emphasize strongly on lifestyle changes and preventive care for long-lasting results.

” You can’t treat a condition by only treating the symptoms. What drew me to chiropractic care was that it focuses on the root cause rather than symptoms management. There is no chemical solution to a mechanical problem. Just like you cannot fix your car’s alignment by changing the oil, you cannot fix the body’s alignment by taking medications.”

Nima Kianfard, D.C | Kian Chiropractic Care, Persian Chiropractor in Irvine, California

Why Chiropractic?Some key points about opioid medications: Inadequate pain management coupled with the epidemic of prescription opioid overuse and abuse has taken a severe toll on the lives of tens of thousands of people in the United States. According to the CDC, as many as one in four patients who receive prescription opioids long term for non-cancer pain in primary care settings struggles with addiction.

Every day, more than 1,000 people are treated in the ER for misusing prescription opioids. Deaths involving opioids are six times higher than in 1999; in 2017 alone, more than 47,000 people died from overdoses involving the drugs. That same year, another 2 million people abused or were dependent on opioids. Given these alarming statistics