Welcome to Rush-Henrietta Family Chiropractic!

We are accepting new patients!

New Patient Room

Where your first visit will take place, where exams are performed, problems are identified and where we create your treatment plan together!

Treatment Room

Here's where the healing takes place!

Improve Concentration!

School and university student are often expected to sit through hours of their day in class and again during study. Chiropractic care can help alleviate the stress this produces. We often hear from our "student-patients" that relieved stress points, including more relaxed shoulder and neck areas, allow them to focus on their studies instead of their pain. All of that can happen without the use of medication!

Enjoy Your Life Again!

As we age, it's common to experience little aches and pains in places you haven't before. However, that's doesn't mean you have to accept them. Chiropractic care is an all natural method for addressing your body's need for healthy alignment.

Safe for the Entire Family!

As experienced chiropractic professionals, we understand each person and age-group have unique needs. Chiropractic care is delivered with consideration for the person being treated. So it's appropriate for all ages.

Chiropractic during Pregnancy!

Yes in fact, we routinely adjust women during their pregnancies. It's amazing how a woman's body changes through this process. As the fetus grows gaining size and weight women can suffer considerable discomfort. Chiropractic is often used to relieve these bodily stresses. And, since there's no medication involved, women often report a greater sense of confidence with this type of care VS taking pain relievers. Some women even say their deliveries are easier than those experienced before experiencing chiropractic care.

Make Workout Time Count!

For those looking to establish healthier lifestyles through physical workouts, chiropractic can help. Pushing your body is an important part of attaining gaining muscle and reducing fat. But all that activity can put a strain in you. In our opinion, Chiropractic offers the best solution for dealing with body aches and helping to improve your range of motion. Talk to us about your goals and we can work on them, together.

WELCOME TO Rush-Henrietta Family Chiropractic located at 4029 West Henrietta Road

We have been serving the greater Rochester community since 2002.  Dr. Wong is here to help you reach your health and wellness goals through chiropractic care.

Our philosophy is to treat patients with respect and understanding. We want to get you out of pain as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Rochester Office Hours

Monday: 9:00AM – 6:00PM
Tuesday: 7:00AM – 6:00PM
Wednesday: 9:00AM – 7:00PM
Thursday: 7:00AM – 6:00PM
Friday: 7:00AM – 3:00PM
Saturday 10:00AM – 1:00PM
Sunday: Closed

Call today for RELIEF! 585-321-3200

Helping Residents of Rochester

Our clinic is uniquely designed to offer relief to families, children and individuals that need help with:

Back Pain
Neck Pain
Carpal Tunnel
Car Accidents and Whiplash
Workers Compensation

Recent Chiropractic Blog Posts

Do You Have Plantar Fasciitis? Bunions? Here’s How Chiropractic Can Help

June 16, 2020

Are your arches dropping in your feet? Do you have flat feet? We can perform a foot assessment in our Rochester, NY office that will assess the severity of your arch drop. Fallen arches can lead to a variety of problems such as ankle hyperpronation, shin splints, plantar fasciitis, bunions, hammer toes, and even knee,…

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Work-from-Home Ergonomics

May 16, 2020

Due to the pandemic, many of you have found yourselves suddenly working from home. Here in Rochester, NY, many have found that their home environment doesn’t prove to be as productive as when in the office – including everything down to the desk/work space. You may suddenly find yourself working off of a small laptop…

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Chiropractic: Slowing the Progression of Scoliosis

April 15, 2020

Scoliosis comes from the Greek word “scolios,” meaning crooked or curved, and is found in people of all ages as it usually develops during 3 stages of your life. The following are the 3 stages at which scoliosis can develop in your lifetime: congenital scoliosis (0-5 years old), early onset scoliosis (6-12 years old) and…

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