Tired of Living with Pain?
Join the millions that find pain relief with Chiropractic Care and Deep Tissue Laser Therapy. We have treated patients for almost 30 years, proudly serving the Milwaukee, WI area.

Chiropractic Care for All Ages
Dr. Longo has helped newborns, infants, teenagers, adults, and seniors. Treating conditions relating to everyday life, sports injuries, work-related injuries, and auto accidents. You  too, can find pain relief Chiropractic Care and or Deep Tissue Laser Therapy.

Promoting Proactive Healthcare with Chiropractic Treatments
Our goal is not only to reduce the symptoms but also to have long-lasting results with chiropractic care. Treatments include patient education, instruction on proper stretching exercises to promote healing, and nutritional consulting if desired.

We’ve seen patient with many symptoms such as arthritis, herniated disks or back pain from sitting in front of a computer all day that can be treated with chiropractic care. Click on the link below to see what types of common symptoms we’ve seen in the past.








Accelerate Your Healing with Deep Tissue Laser Therapy
Laser Therapy accelerates the healing process. However, it doesn't make an old part new again. Chiropractic Care is used to improve the structure and function of the treated area. The goal is to get the machine working better again and accelerate the healing process.
Chiropractic Care and Laser Therapy combined are like "peanut butter and jelly". Not all issues require both. During consultation and examination, Dr. Longo can determine what treatment would be best for your specific condition.


What Is The Difference Between Dry Needling and Acupuncture?

It is a common misconception that dry needling is simply another term for acupuncture. Although both of these treatments involve the use of needles, there are not many additional similarities between the two. The main difference between the two treatments is that while traditional acupuncture is based on ancient Chinese medicine, dry needling is based on human anatomy. Further, dry needling is used to treat chronic and acute muscle pain...

How To Minimize Back Pain At Work

Regardless of your occupation, a long day at work can leave your back aching. The most common factors contributing to your back pain after work are force on the spine, repetition of certain movements, and inactivity. Here are some tips and tricks that will help you minimize this pain. Be mindful of your posture. If you sit for long periods of time, make sure you have a chair that is...

Chiropractor Frequently Asked Questions
Take a look at some of the common questions we are asked and our answers.

What happens during a Chiropractic exam? Will I have to come in for the rest of my life?