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Hazle Township, PA 18202 US


Success Stories

  • "I injured my back by lifting heavy compressors at work in 1995. The injury caused a disc problem and also sciatic pain down my right leg. I could not sit or stand for long periods of time. I had taken medication that did not work. I made up my mind to call Dr. Diana.

    Therapy and exercising relieves the pain. GO see Dr. Diana, he is the best chiropractor, trust him. Thank you Dr. Diana !"
    Daphne Rodenbaugh -- Hazleton, PA
  • "When I first came to see Dr. Diana, I had a sudden, severe low back pain and spasms that felt like a knife stabbing me in the back. I could't lie down or get dressed without a lot of difficulty. I was never to a chiropractor before, but my husband who is a patient of Dr. Diana, told me he could relieve my pain. I was very nervous about seeing a chiropractor, especially since I was in so much pain, I thought it would hurt me. Dr. Diana calmed my fears and explained exactly what happened to my back and what he would do to make it better. During treatment he asked if I was okay and made sure I was comfortable. Within a week I was doing great. I feel so much better and I owe it all to Dr. Diana. Dr. Diana is very gentle and understanding. He didn't cause any pain, he got rid of all the pain I was in. Thank you Dr. Diana, your a doctor I could trust."
    Mary Beth Gennaro -- Hazleton, PA
  • "I have a deteriorating disc in my lower back. At times the nerves in the area would become pinched and I would be unable to walk. Although I cold still feel my legs the pain was too much to bear.

    I had tried using heating pad, an ice pack and pain medication. I even tried other chiropractors but none of these remedies helped.

    Dr. Diana treats me like he would a personal friend. He is truly concerned with treating whole person, not just their spines. He's the only doctor that sent me for x rays on my lower back to pinpoint my problem.

    My condition greatly improved. At first I had a few relapses but even during these times he gets me right into the office and relieves my pain and gets me walking quickly.

    Dr. Diana has also recommended vitamins and supplements that have helped not only my back but other problems as well."
    Donna Pusti -- Hazleton, PA
  • "My mother and I were involved in a car accident that gave me horrible neck and back pain. It was difficult to even sleep well. I had tried icy hot and other things like that but I never felt any improvement. My family doctor recommended a chiropractor and we decided to come to Dr. Diana. First the Dr. Diana took x rays to diagnosis the problem. With the adjustments and massages, therapies and exercises he helped me tremendously !!!!!

    You do not have to be in an accident to go to a chiropractor, we all can use the help to keep our bodies in proper alingnment."
    Stepahanie Santana -- Hazleton, PA
  • "I have had a herniated disc problem since 1995. I recently was injured and had to be off work because the pain was so great. In 1995 I was treated with physicall therapy that included exercises in the water helped. I was referred to Dr. Diana by a friend from work and I wasn't sure if chiropractic treatment would work. Dr. Diana relieved my pain and I was very happy with his techniques. Thank God for Dr. Diana! I feel a lot better and I am able to do more things. My words of encouragement for everyone is to go see Dr. Diana and start chiropractic treatment."
    Bill Moore -- White Haven, PA





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  • "Dr. Joseph is very nice and very good at his work.. My daughter and I like him and his secretary Louise, they both make us feel very welcomed."
    Terri B. Hazle Township, PA

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