Dr. Keith Warde, DC, CCSP®, focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of injuries to athletes and to anyone who is interested in a more active, healthy, pain-free life. He is a 1998 graduate of Life University with over 17 years in the chiropractic profession including the treatment and prevention of sports Injuries. Dr. Warde has worked with athletes of all levels and ages, from professional to weekend warrior and beginners.
Dr. Warde is passionate about helping people reach their fullest potential and live healthy, active lifestyles. Treatment offered includes spinal and extremity adjusting, Class IV Laser Therapy, Graston Technique® and nutritional products for rapid recovery and optimal performance. Whether you are a competitive athlete, weekend warrior, or a non-athlete you can benefit from seeing a sports doctor. As an athlete you will recover faster from injury, have access to a wider range of treatment tools, receive expert guidance in prevention strategies and athletic training, and receive an individualized treatment plan that will be integrated with your training. As a non-athlete you will be able to take advantage of the latest treatment methods, receive a faster evaluation of injury or pain source, recover with a reduced treatment duration, and receive rehabilitation for quicker recovery and reduced recurrence of injury.
Dr. Warde uses an evidence-based, conservative, non-invasive, and holistic approach to health care. Using this comprehensive approach, Dr. Warde is able to help his patients reach their goals without surgery or drugs. Dr. Warde strives to get you better as quickly as possible with the fewest visits to the office using cutting edge effective therapies. Your treatment is optimized with nutrition and specific rehabilitation. Patient education has always been a focus for Dr. Warde, helping you understand your injury and minimizing the chance for re-injury.
"I have a deep passion for sports and healthcare which I combine in the clinic to inspire my patients to achieve a lifetime of healthy, active living."