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Providing 40 Years of Quality Health and Balance Through Chiropractic

Your local Tempe Chiropractor Bruce Lubitz

Tempe chiropractor and acupuncturist; Dr. Bruce Lubitz, has treated back pain, neck pain, low back pain, sport injuries, personal injuries like automobile accident injuries and whiplash, for over 41 years. His tempe chiropractic office has treated multiple problems like shoulder, knee pain, migraine,headaches in addition to neck pain, low back, disc and sciatic pain issues. Dr. Lubitz uses multiple techniques to get the best results in the shortest amount of time. Common techniques use in our Tempe office are Applied Kinesiology, Palmer technique, full body manipulation, Activator and low force techniques, and Acupuncture are able to give Dr. Lubitz a vast range of treatment options to find the exact techniques to use for you.Tempe Chiropractic and Dr. Bruce Lubitz is dedicated to providing short term, quality chiropractic care to patients without sales pressure, long-term commitments, unnecessary therapies or excessive costs.

We provide same day treatment, without needing an advanced appointment. We welcome walk-ins any time that is convenient for you. Our all natural methods help to treat your pain immediately. When you want fast results you can count on us.

After 41 years in Tempe, Arizona, and over 41 years, our practice has treated almost every type of pain problem naturally without drugs or surgery through effective and proven Chiropractic care. We pride ourselves in giving you the care that you want and need. Our office is setup with only one person in mind, YOU!

We provide same day treatment, without needing an advanced appointment. We welcome walk-ins any time that is convenient for you. Our all natural methods help to treat your pain immediately. When you want fast results you can count on us.

After 40 years in Tempe, Arizona, our practice has treated almost every type of pain problem naturally without drugs or surgery. We pride ourselves in giving you the care that you want and need. Our office is setup with only one person in mind, YOU.

We will provide only the services that you want. Our unique treatment concept is based on surveys of what our past patients have told us they want from their chiropractor.

Because we get quick results within short time, we are less costly than most chiropractors and yet we do not diminish our quality of care.

Office Hours

Monday:

11:00 am-1:00 pm

4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

11:00 am-1:00 pm

4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

By Appointment Only

Thursday:

11:00 am-1:00 pm

4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

By Appointment Only

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet the Chiropractor

  • Bruce Lubitz

    Dr. Bruce Lubitz D.C., director, has been in practice of Chiropractic for 41 years and has treated over 40,000 patients.

Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "A year ago i was having acute pain in my right lung, I assumed it was lung cancer decided to come see Dr. Lubitz. He told me that i was in luck and that it was just a out of place rib causing the pain. After 3 sessions it was completely gone and zero pain has returned. I was a skeptic at first for "Holistic" medicine, but Dr. Lubitz has made me a believer."
    CF

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