Relieve Pain, Improve Quality of Life at The Pain Relief Center

Nashua Chiropractor, Stephen Dohoney D.C., DAAPM

At The Pain Relief Center in Nashua, NH, we treat each patient as an individual. Our goal is to provide each patient with the most effective and cost-efficient level of health care possible. Nashua Chiropractor Stephen Dohoney, DC, DAAPM, is a chiropractic physician devoted to natural methods of alleviating pain and encouraging your body’s natural ability to heal itself from many conditions including:
    Whiplash
    Auto Accident Injury
    Sports Injury
    Sciatica
    Herniated Disc
    Carpal Tunnel
    Neck/Back/Wrist/Joint Pain
    Knee and Foot Pain

Call Dr. Dohoney's office today 603.886.4500 or learn more about what we can do for you.

The Pain Relief Center News

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Dr. Dohoney Honored in NH’s 40 Under Forty!

Dr. Dohoney honored as one of NH's 40 under Forty of 2014 by the New Hampshire Union Leader, Citizens Bank and the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire.   Managing pain is Stephen Dohoney's calling, along with helping Read More >

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Chiropractic Blog

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Is Sitting BAD for My Back?

Please enjoy this article shared from my blog at www.drstephendohoneyblog.com. A major manufacturer of workstations reports that 86% of work computer users have to sit all day, and when they do rise from sitting, more than half (56%) use food as the excuse to get up and move.Read More >

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Whiplash – “What’s Happening in My Head?”

Please enjoy this article shared from my blog at www.drstephendohoneyblog.com Whiplash or WAD (whiplash associated disorders) are terms usually linked with car crashes and neck injuries, but what about when a head injury or traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs alongside a WAD? Our brains are suspended by ligamentsRead More >

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Tension-Type Headaches – Management Strategies

Headaches (HA) can significantly alter a person’s quality of life. Moreover, they can interfere and sometimes even prevent an individual from performing important activities such as going to work, attending school, or participating in group activities such as sports, music programs, holiday gatherings, and more. The focus ofRead More >