About Midwest Spine & Nerve Center
In today's rapidly changing and demanding healthcare environment it is more important than ever to focus on new and innovative clinical techniques in patient-centered Chiropractic care. The last two decades have seen a dramatic change in the totality of the chiropractic health encounter. But even though technology has advanced by leaps and bounds, the core fundamentals of the Chiropractic principles has always remained the same. Dr. Chris and Dr. Sam Sekanick bring a blend of technology and a holistic approach to the treatment of spine and nerve pain. Our Spine and Nerve Center includes our SpinalAid Decompression Clinic, our Neuropathy Pain Treatment Center and Sekanick Chiropractic and Physiotherapy. The Doctors use several Chiropractic techniques, non-surgical Spinal Decompression and Laser Light Therapy so that they can customize a detailed treatment protocol to fit each individual patient's needs.
As qualified Doctors, we specialize in diagnosing and treating back and neck conditions using proven non-surgical methods, and are successful in returning patients to activity without having to resort to surgery.
Patient care is our top priority. At Midwest Spine and Nerve Center we help our patients get out of pain and back to enjoying life again, as evident by our many patient testimonials.
Chiropractic care has always been a part of the Doctor's lives. One of the early pioneers of Chiropractic was their great-great uncle Dr. L H McLellan D.C., born September 14th 1892. "Uncle Lewie" was a graduate of Palmer, the secretary/treasurer of the Arizona State Examining Board and a teacher at Ratledge Institution in California, amongst other things. He was also a friend and classmate of Dr. Clarence Gonstead, and the personal chiropractic physician of Dr. Mabel Palmer, wife of Dr. B.J. Palmer.
Dr. Samuel Sekanick graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, with a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida. He has had special training in several Chiropractic techniques including sports Chiropractic and is a Certified Personal Trainer.
Dr. Christopher Sekanick graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire with a Bachelor of Science Degree. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida. (Cum laude). His primary focus of practice is on chronic back and neck conditions, posture curve correction and spinal stability. He also has special training in Sports Chiropractic.
Both Doctors spent time in India providing humanitarian care in the field of Chiropractic to the people of Hyderabad, India. They were also volunteers in Palmer Florida's outreach clinic, providing free clinical care to people and families of lower and fixed incomes in the Daytona Beach area.