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Pioneer Sports & Pain Center is a premiere an innovative rehabilitation and pain treatment facility. Using methods like the Graston Technique, we are able to treat every person with unique types of injuries and different physical demands. Our treatments are individually tailored to meet your own physical needs and the nature of your injury. We provide a very unique approach, combining the best of Chiropractic Sports Medicine, Physical Rehab / Physio Therapy, and Myofascial Soft Tissue Therapy to get you the pain relief you are looking for!
Dr. Burtenshaw & Dr. Elliott
Kuna Chiropractor | Pioneer Sports & Pain Center | 208-922-4908
757 East Wythe Creek Court Suite 102
Kuna, ID 83634
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