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Concord Chiropractors For Comprehensive Care

Carolina TotalCare has been improving the overall quality of life of the Concord community for over 17 years. With a comprehensive approach to healing, Concord chiropractor, Dr. Rose can successfully correct the cause of your compromised health.

We will provide patients with the best customer service and a full spectrum of personalized care:

Your Health Is Our Top Priority

Carolina TotalCare - Chiropractor - Concord NC 28027 - Chiropractic Treatment

As premier Concord chiropractors, we take the time to educate patients about different treatment options, review test results and empower patients to take control of their health. We inform each patient where their health stands, what their treatment options are and then put them in a position to make the best possible decision for their health outcome. It’s very simple…we determine & educate, you decide!

Excellence For Your Best Results

Our location, our facility, our staff and the services that we provide are all driven by excellence. Our motto is…”We strive to provide the type of care to each patient that we would extend to our own family members.”

Carolina TotalCare is known for helping those with complicated medical cases. Our team of multi-specialty providers is focused on turning on the healing potential within each patient’s body. Our goal is for patients to heal and function more optimally and at a quicker pace.

Once our patients are at full functionality we teach them how to maintain optimal health as a part of their lifestyle. Call our office today to see if we can help you. (704) 784-4445

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Meet the Chiropractor

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  • Dr. Jason R. Rose, DC
    “It was always my chiropractor that kept me on the playing field throughout High School and Legion baseball. I played infield and I was always diving on the ground. Hip, shoulder, rib, neck: you name it, he fixed it.” Dr. Jason knew his calling wasn’t in professional baseball, but he still wanted to work with athletes and loved the natural approach of chiropractic.

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  • Dr. Geoffrey A. Rose, DC
    At the age of 13 I became sick with an unknown illness that lasted for over 18 months. I had headaches, fever, body aches, swelling, fatigue and saw every specialist we could find…all to no avail. I’m sure my parents were puzzled when someone asked them if they’d tried taking me to a chiropractor! They were told that most people don’t realize that chiropractic helps the body to function more optimally and that pain relief (what most people seek chiropractic for) is just a side effect/benefit. Out of despair, and with nothing to lose, they took me to a chiropractor. He was honest and said, that he didn’t know if he could help, but after his assessment, he felt he could help my body work better. Basically he said, ‘I’ll do all that I can, and we will see what his body can do from there’. To our astonishment….it worked! In fact, it likely saved my life as I was sent home from a large medical university in California to ‘die at home’ because they didn’t know how to help me. With a personal testimony like this, one can easily see why Dr. Rose is a chiropractor today and why he has such a passion to “give back” and help everyone that he can!

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  • Dr.
    Deanna K. Rose, DC
    Dr. Deanna completed her B.S. in Honors Biology, Magna Cum Laude, from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She then graduated from Parker University in Dallas, TX in August of 1996 with her Doctorate of Chiropractic degree, Magna Cum Laude. Parker University was at the top of her list for many reasons- two of which are their impressive academic reputation and outstanding clinical resources. Although planning to earn her degree and head back to her hometown of Brampton, Ontario, Canada it seems that there was another plan for Deanna. She met her future husband, Geoff Rose in her first semester there, became fast friends and they quickly realized that they were meant to be together. They both shared a passion for health and a love for chiropractic, ultimately marrying just 2 weeks after their graduation date! Since graduating, she has attended and received seminar certification both in nutrition and female hormone health. She has come to love the complicated world of hormones and says that ‘hormone patients are the most challenging but also the most rewarding ones’. She continues to treat an array of hormone patients currently and really enjoys treating each patient with their own unique set of symptoms.

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Testimonials

Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I wish more people would take advantage of chiropractic care. I had back surgery for a ruptured disc in 2009 and still suffered from chronic pain for years. Dr. Geoff at Carolina TotalCare diagnosed me with hip issues (among other things that X-rays revealed) and began a plan of care that has helped me tremendously. My quality of life has improved ten fold. I can run with my toddlers, I have much more energy, my immune system is firing on all cylinders and I sleep so much better!

    Dr. Geoff and Dr. Jason are compassionate and actually care about improving your quality of life, not just treating symptoms. They get to the root of your issues and help you reach your life goals.

    Please, if you have back pain don't just eat fistfuls of Advil like I used to-get evaluated. You don't have to live in pain!"
    Amy P.

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Regular Office Hours

Monday:

9:30 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:30 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:30 am-12:00 pm

2:30 pm-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-11:00 am

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed