HealthSource of Rockford Central
3806 E. State St. Suite 101
Rockford, IL 61108
Our Chiropractic team at HealthSource of Rockford Central, IL, is ready to get you out of pain and change your life. Dr. Richard Lynch helps with a variety of symptoms, including neck pain and back pain, and is well versed with working on extremities. He is also certified in a specific lumbar disc treatment using Cox Flexion Distraction. Dr. Lynch also specializes in treating infants and children.
We invite you to meet our whole team: Dr. Lynch (Chiropractor), Corinne (front desk), Erin (Massage Therapist), and Cara (Office manager). You'll quickly find that you have much more than a Chiropractor at HealthSource of Rockford Central! We look forward to helping you feel better and getting you out of pain.
Meet Our Local Team of Professionals
Dr. Richard Lynch, D.C.
B.S. Zoology SO IL University Carbondale, IL (1979), D.C. Palmer College of Chiropractic Davenport, IA (1994).
Dr. Lynch received his Chiropractic Degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. Prior to becoming a chiropractor Dr. Lynch worked for 10 years as an exercise physiologist for cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs. In addition he trained high school, college, and professional athletes in a hospital based acceleration program. Dr. Lynch is a very kind and compassionate doctor who takes the time to listen to each patient to differentiate their unique symptoms and develop a proper course of care.
A message from Dr. Lynch My goal is to provide cost-effective chiropractic care for the purpose of increasing spinal mobility and integrity, as well as to relieve pain and suffering from new/old injuries or chronic conditions. I will find the source of your problem, correct the problem with chiropractic adjustments, Progressive Rehabilitation®, and provide education to help prevent recurrence. The big topic today is a preventative healthcare which is the basis of chiropractic treatment and education within HealthSource. We all agree exercise, proper nutrition, stress reduction, health education, and regular check-ups to name a few can go a long way towards disease prevention. But what is often missed and equally important is spinal health. A healthy spine is free of pain or tenderness, has full range of motion, and doesn't hurt while sitting, standing, or walking. However, if you have pain or decreased movement and ignore it now, it can lead to serious spinal problems as you age. A little prevention now can go a long way toward optimal health moving forward!