“We look for long-term solutions. Our focus is always on the patient,” says Camilla Moore, owner of Bristol Chiropractic. A Maine native, Camilla moved to Bristol when she accepted an associate position at a local chiropractic office. She fell in love with the community, and also fell in love with her future husband, who was a student at RWU at the time. With a vision to provide comprehensive and collaborative care, she opened her own practice in 2012 when a space in the Bristol Total Fitness building became available. In just five years she’s developed pioneering programs for individuals ranging from endurance trainers to post-cancer patients, and is a provider at the Women’s Medicine Collaborative in Providence. She recently expanded her Bristol office by moving to a larger space within the same building and bringing on an additional chiropractor to meet the growing client base. “We work with some of their personal trainers and have patients that are members. The synergy between our businesses has been great,” Camilla says.
Connecting patients with other wellness and healthcare providers is part of the overall philosophy at Bristol Chiropractic. It all starts by addressing the root of a client’s neuromusculoskeletal injury or pain. Specializing in soft tissue work, Camilla’s team takes a functional approach when assessing patients, uses creative treatments to increase mobility and customizes programs that help strengthen and stabilize the area. “We are trained in the
Active Release Technique, a state-of-the-art treatment that can have immediate results and encourage tissue growth. We use this technique with many athletes,” she says, pointing out that she’s in the IronMan provider network.
While the practice offers a wide variety of personalized programs, Camilla admits that sometimes chiropractic treatments are just a part of the solution. “We’re really good at what we do, and I’m very proud of that. But if the injury cannot be fully treated by our specialty we’ll collaborate with our amazing East Bay network of healthcare providers,” she says. She believes in advocating for her patients total well-being by connecting them with acupuncturists, physical therapists and other local practitioners. “Our clients’ needs always come first,” she says. “Our whole community benefits when we meet their needs.”
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