About Dr. Keith Currie, D.C
Currie Health & Wellness Diagnostic Center is a 4,000 square foot, one of a kind treatment facility with a focus on utilizing non-invasive, proprietary treatment protocols.
“I went to Dr. Currie the beginning of December 2020 with two ruptured discs and one bulging on my sciatic nerve. I was in pain, a lot of pain. Today is January 25, 2021 and I am not hurting one bit.”
★★★★★ Garrettt Skidmore
Dr. Currie developed his treatment protocols for severe and chronic
debilitating health conditions such as Severe Neck or Low Back Pain, Leg Pain (Sciatica), Severe Neuropathy related pain (such as burning, tingling or numbness and even balance related problems). His focus is not to use the traditional approach of medicating or operating which often masks over the problems without solving anything.
Dr. Currie attempts to directly target the root cause of these health conditions and relieve pain and dysfunction by going to the source of the problem. He is proud to not only treat patients from Arkansas but also treat a large number of patients from all over the United States. Dr. Currie receives a high amount of patient referrals from his current and past patients and many of his patients have already had.
Dr. Keith Currie won Best Practice award in 2008. He receives a high amount of patient referrals from his current and past patients and many of his patients have already had failed neck or back surgeries and don’t want to chance having another. That is the main source that compels patients to go through Dr. Currie’s treatments.
Dr. Currie says that over half of his patients have already had failed neck or back surgery. “They are no better and often times worse. They don’t like the meds that keep them acting like zombies and they for sure aren’t going to go back under the knife when the previous surgeries failed them”.
Dr. Currie also has a high success rate in treating neuropathy. Most of his patients come in stating that their doctors have told them that they will have to live with their neuropathy pain and that they will have to be on medication to try to cover up the symptoms which often doesn’t work.