Dr. Sharma Returns to Natural Approach Wellness Center




Natural Approach Wellness Center is proud to welcome back to the practice Dr. Rozana Sharma, Chiropractic Physician. Dr. Sharma has added more modalities to her skillset and completed advanced training in chiropractic care since she was on-site in 2015. 

Dr. Sharma specializes in non-surgical spine and joint rehabilitation though chiropractic therapy, NeuroMuscular physical therapy, postural rehabilitation, anti-inflammatory lifestyle design, weight loss and Photobiomodulation cold laser therapy to decrease inflammation.

She has completed training as a Rehabilitative Fitness Professional to help patients get back to regular activities after a car accident or an overuse injury such as tennis elbow or Tech/Text Neck. "The degeneration of posture is creating chronic health issues for patients such as frequent headaches and nerve dysfunction. If you are having sciatic pain or numbness and tingling of the arms or hands, correcting the posture will often relieve those symptoms," states Dr. Sharma.

Dr. Sharma provides gentle chiropractic adjustments, manual and instrument assisted myofascial therapy and nerve stretching at every appointment.

Natural Approach Wellness Center is located at 2002 Pennwood Drive in Melbourne. For more information or a schedule of classes and events (including monthly Stress Relief Happy Hour), visit MyNaturalApproach.com. To reach the office line of Dr. Rozana Sharma, call/text 321-361-6869. 

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