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Atlanta, GA 30318 US


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Welcome to BACK to BASICS,

Where our focus is your wellness based on a strong posture and a balanced spine.

We are working to eliminate back pain, neck pain,  headaches, tension and stress out of your daily routine. Located in Atlanta West Midtown district, off I-75 and northside drive, a few minutes north of downtown.

How often do you look at yourself in a mirror and notice your shoulders are not level? Have you ever have to buy a new pair of shoes because of the uneven wear of the soles? Do your family pictures seem to always show you with the same head tilt? Those above are only a few of all the signs that indicate a weak posture and poor biomechanics, which will lead in time to your traditional Headaches, Neck Pain, Shoulder Tension or Low Back Spasms.

Dr. Sebastien Salomone at BACK to BASICS specializes in detecting spinal imbalances that lead to weak muscle tone and uneven posture in order to prevent further symptoms. Whether you are in pain or simply care about your overall wellness and posture, Dr.Salomone has been taking care of all sorts of patients. From your regular low back discomfort, or looking for relief or to reach your goal as an athlete interested in better performance, faster healing and prevention of injuries.

The technology used at BACK to BASICS associated with the knowledge and experience of Dr. Salomone and his staff will help you receive the best care possible to treat daily life, work and sports related problems. The latest software programs also help us with great relationships working with lawyers and insurance companies.

Take some time to explore this website, contact us if you have any questions and come back regularly for updates and new information. We are looking forward to having you come into our office.

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It's Your Life... Live it in Health!

Dr. Sebastien Salomone
Atlanta Chiropractor | Back To Basics |  (404)351-1800 

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