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OVER 15 YEARS OF SERVING BARTOW AND THE SURROUNDING AREA

Dr. Aqui

Dr. Alex Aqui grew up in the Lakeland, Fl area since he was 3 years old. He received his high school diploma from Lakeland Christian School and then received an undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Natural Sciences at the University of South Florida. As a USF track and field athlete he saw first hand the benefits of chiropractic care and after graduating from USF he decided to dedicate his life to the art and science of chiropractic. He moved to Chicago Illinois to continue his education and received a second bachelor degree in Human Biology and then graduated in 1999 with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from National College of Chiropractic.

Dr. Alex Aqui has been treating acute and chronic neck, back and extremity pain using chiropractic adjusting techniques in Bartow, Fl since 2002. He also incorporates corrective exercise, physical therapy, massage therapy, myofascial release techniques, kinesio-taping, nutritional counseling, and state of the art technology such as Erchonia cold laser therapy, DTS spinal decompression therapy, and Normatec dynamic compression therapy to get patients back into better health and function.

In 2008, through the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Medicine, he earned the certification as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician. In 2014, he received a Functional Movement Technique (FMT) certification, a 2-part kinesiology taping certification offered by RockTape. He is a current member of the Florida Chiropractic Association and the Polk County Chiropractic Society.

Dr Aqui also believes that a high quality and timely referral network in the alternative and conventional medical fields is important and through the years has established a comprehensive referral network in Bartow.

Our mission at Aqui Chiropractic Clinic is to exceed our patient’s expectations. This will be accomplished by offering them safe, personable and effective care, educating them about their condition and making them aware of their treatment options.”