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Welcome to Complete Chiropractic Care!

Complete Chiropractic Care is a pain and wellness clinic that offers chiropractic and therapeutic technologies for relieving and correcting a variety of ailments. We provide the following types of treatments.

  • Chiropractic
  • Spinal Decompression (DRX 9000)
  • Deep Tissue Laser Therapy
  • Physical Medicine Modalities
  • Massage Therapy
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Posture Correction

Relieve Your Pain

Dr. Bruce Resnick is a chiropractic physician in Gilbert, AZ. Dr. Resnick has been serving Arizona's east valley including but not limited to Gilbert, Mesa, East Mesa, Chandler, Queen Creek and Apache Junction for 20 years. Complete Chiropractic Care is focused on relieving  a variety of ailments in patients of all ages. We focus our practice on  the principals of structural, postural and functional restoration which  leads to relief of pain, symptoms and improved performance.

Please take your time and peruse our website and become familiar with the services offered, conditions treated and the technologies we utilize in our office. We accept new patients daily, and welcome you and your entire family to be treated at our facility. Also, if you have time please sign up for our monthly informative newsletter.


Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "The atmosphere was one of caring as soon as I walked in. The front desk was very helpful in starting the process. When I saw Dr. Resnick, he could tell where my major problems area were by just having me stand normally. He was spot on! My back has been feeling better right after treatment #1. With the exercises and treatments, I am almost where I want to be. Glad I went to Dr. Resnick first. He is a personable doctor who knows his stuff"
    - Darrin H. / Gilbert, AZ

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