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Dr. Kenneth Lee

I first came to Dome Center Chiropractic because my orthopedic surgeon told me that I would need surgery to releive the radiating pain into my legs. I had not been able to walk without the use of a walker or cane for nearly a year. The doctor that recommended surgery was quite suprised when I walked into his office with no pain after only a few treatments with Dr. Lee. I feel like I have been given my life back. Thanks again Dr. Lee!

Susan B.

Dr. Lee was recommended to me by a family member that he helped in the past. I suffered with terrible migraine headaches for years. My family doctor and various specialists had always told me that it was "all in my head" and gave me medication which didn't help. After a suprisingly thorough evaluation, Dr. Lee explained to me that my headaches were actually being caused by poor alignment in my neck. 24 hours after my 1st treatment, my pain was nearly 80% better. My headaches and neck pain were completely gone within 3 days.

Roger D.

I first came to Dome Center Chiropractic out of curiosity. As a local resident, I have always wondered what the inside of the dome looked like. I was pleasantly suprised to find that there are several treatment rooms, an x-ray facility, and an upstairs exercise and therapy area within the dome. Dr. Lee proved to be a far superior chiropractor than any other that I have been to and his prices are half what I have paid in the past for chiropractic treatment. I have since refered several of my family, friends, and co-workers.

Joseph P.

I have been a regular chiropractic patient since I was a kid. I decided to try Dome Center Chiropractic after moving to Long Beach several months ago. I was initially impressed with the thoroughness that Dr. Lee showed while investigating my problem. He was able to show me my problem on an x-ray and explained to me how my problem was causing the pain that I was experiencing. Very knowledgeable and informative. As far as his adjusting skills, I could not have been more pleased. He has great hands! Strong, yet gentle. I was especially pleased with the joint mobilization, stretching, and therapy that he performed on my entire spine before the adjustment. not your usual "whack-em and kick-em out the door chiropractor."

Amanda S.

I was looking for a Chiropractor in Long Beach for my lower back pain from a car accident I experienced a few years ago. I had visited several chiropractors in Long Beach but none came close to the level of treatment by Dr. Lee. I am truly grateful for his help and recommend him to anyone experiencing pain and is looking for relief.

Jake Zepeda

Long Beach Chiropractor

Lee Chiropractic

5935 E. Spring Street
Long Beach, CA 90808
Phone: 562-497-2910

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