In Response To Chronic Pain, Avery Chiropractic Offers Soft Approach To Care

Dr. David Avery of Avery Chiropractic & Wellness Center focuses on helping patients with chronic and debilitating  pain through a softer approach to chiropractic care. He utilizes the Sigma Instrument Method.

“As an active member of the Florida Chiropractic Association for over 30 years, I see patients every day that suffer from debilitating pain and are seeking relief without the use of drugs. However, many are afraid of traditional chiropractic care because they believe it is too rough,” says Dr. David Avery. “That is why I added the Sigma Instrument Method to my practice, it is a state of the art adjustment tool usually preferred by patients who need or prefer a more gentle adjustment.”

Jerry Rice, Pro Football Hall of Fame member agrees on the value of chiropractic care. “Chiropractic care has been instrumental in my life, both on and off the field and I am excited to share this with the American public. I have been blessed with a long and healthy career as a professional athlete and as I move forward into the next stage of my life, chiropractic care will continue to be an important part of my game.”

s movement is overly fluid or rigid. As a result, the Sigma Instrument Method can pinpoint a problem area faster and with more precision than manual methods. It uses a gentle oscillating force to improve the mobility of the spine by reducing or increasing movement in the affected areas. NASA engineers have used this same technology in the space program. Chiropractors can now use this same highly complex technology to help the human body, resulting in a gentler approach to chiropractic care.

Dr. Avery has been using the Sigma Instrument Method in his practice since 2004 with excellent results. Patient Melinda Galarza says, “Dr. Avery is beyond good at what he does, he has the magic touch. I went in falling apart and came out whole.” Patient Katherine Baldwin shares, “I am very satisfied with Dr. Avery. I no longer have back and neck pain.”

More information can be found on Dr. Avery’s website at: or by calling (727) 848-3663.