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Lifeclinic of Biltmore , AZ

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Restore, maintain and optimize your body.

Injuries are one of the most common complications a person may experience, and it can result from sports, violence, or accidents. For example, trips and falls or sudden movements without proper back support could result in body pain. You may feel it in different areas of your back but more prominently in your joints, hips, knees, or spine.

The pain resulting from an injury can be excruciating, which could, in turn, affect your mobility. For instance, it may be difficult for you to move around because of your limited motion range.

But these injuries affect not only your physical body—but they could also take a toll on your mental and psychological health. The trauma that results from bodily injury could put you at risk of disorders such as anxiety and depression, for example. Moreover, you may also become unproductive and inefficient in completing your tasks at work, school, or at home. When this happens, you’ll be unable to do the things you used to enjoy.

Don’t let an injury stand in the way of your everyday life. Partner with LifeClinic and start living a life free of pain. LifeClinic of Biltmore aims to restore, maintain, and optimize body function to help you recover from your injuries. Our team of medical professionals and chiropractors will be more than happy to assist you in your journey to recovery.

Meet the Team

Dr. Andrew Moore - Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Andrew Moore

Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Andrew Moore is a graduate from Palmer College of Chiropractic West Campus. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic and earned a Clinical Excellence award. He enjoys helping people in the Phoenix, AZ area, including the Happy Valley-Peoria surrounding suburbs. Dr. Andrew was inspired to become a chiropractor to help people achieve a better quality of life and reach an optimum performance with their daily, active lifestyles. Dr. Andrew has an interest in fitness and working with athletes. He specializes in trigger point therapy, Graston technique, IMJT, cupping, and PNF stretching.

Biltmore, AZ Chiropractic Services

Neck & Back
Shoulders & Arms
Hands & Wrists
Feet & Ankles
Hips & Knees
Athletic Performance
Work & Auto Accidents

Biltmore, AZ Rehabilitation

Medical professionals at LifeClinic in Biltmore will recommend various forms of exercises for you to do. The prescription of exercise to be done depends on the analysis of your posture, muscle speed, length, and strength, and as well as your balance and coordination of muscles.

Stretching Exercises

Healing joints and tissues need gentle stretching when they are healing. Stretching with a moderate pull and holding it for 30-60 seconds allows the tight muscles to relax. This allows for further improvement in your recovery.

Strengthening Exercises

An inactive lifestyle and being stagnant causes your joints and muscles to weaken. After you have had treatment for your pain, it is necessary to bring back muscle and joint strength to prevent it from coming back. This also improves your posture.

Balance Exercises

These balance exercises are done to achieve coordination among your muscles. It promotes stability and body awareness as well. This is vital in protecting your joints and reducing risk to any future injuries.

Biltmore, AZ Special Services

LifeClinic of Biltmore specializes in the following services:

Normatec Compression

Normatec compression is a type of therapy that helps increase blood flow to different parts of the body. This way, you can speed up recovery and reduce your pain. 


A hydromassage reduces pain, improves circulation, and relieves stress and anxiety. It also helps treat insomnia and other sleeping issues. Anyone may go through a hydromassage, except those with high blood pressure, recovering from surgery, or are pregnant. 

Theragun Percussive Therapy

This therapeutic approach treats muscle soreness and relieves pain. As a soft tissue manipulation method, it can help increase your range of motion through rapid and long vertical strokes. It can also speed up your recovery and decrease the build-up of lactic acid.

Conditions We Treat

LifeClinic of Biltmore offers treatment for various musculoskeletal conditions. Some of them include:

Chronic Joint Pain

Long-lasting musculoskeletal parts of your body can be defined as chronic pain. Often, it can be felt as a stiff and aching sensation that can range from mild to severe. Joint injuries and diseases can result in joint pain. 

Muscle Pain

Muscle pain is a condition that affects your body’s muscles. It can result from injury, infection, and inflammation. Just like joint pain, this pain can be limited to one area or it may spread across different muscle groups.


Bursitis can be defined as soreness, pain, or discomfort in your joints. You may experience painful sensations in joints such as your shoulders, elbows, and hips, for instance. It can also be felt in your knee and heel areas.


Widespread musculoskeletal pain is known as fibromyalgia, which is usually accompanied by fatigue and issues with memory and mood. This condition may also boost painful sensations that affect the brain and spinal cord, making it difficult to identify painful and non-painful signals.

Ankle Pain

Ankle pain causes swelling, redness, and stiffness in the affected area, and it is best described as an intense, dull ache. It could also limit ankle motion. It can be caused by nerve compression, ankle instability, and poor structural alignment of the leg or foot.

Dizziness & Vertigo

These two conditions mainly affect your heads and vision. Dizziness makes you feel faint, woozy, and unsteady while vertigo makes it feel like your surroundings are spinning or moving.

Elbow Pain

Your elbow is one of the most used joints in your body, and sometimes you may experience pain in this part. The pain could be caused by sports and repetitive hand, wrist, or arm movements. It may also arise if you have arthritis.

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