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Dr. Jordan Aigen
Woolbright Spine and Rehab
2309 Woolbright Rd. Suite 5, Boynton Beach, FL 33426
561.739.5393

Dr. Aigen graduated from Syracuse University, in Syracuse, NY,  in 1996 majoring in Psychology.  In his last year of studies at Syracuse, Dr. Aigen developed a pain in his left elbow that radiated to his left hand and fingers, causing intense pain and numbness.  After months of seeing medical doctors and still having pain and discomfort, at the suggestion of a friend, Dr. Aigen went to see a chiropractor.  The chiropractor performed his examination, showed Dr. Aigen the areas of concern on the x-ray, and adjusted specific areas of the spine only.  After only two treatments, the pain was resolved and since that time, with periodic maintenance the pain has not returned.

Due to this experience, Dr. Aigen has made it his goal to help others manage their pain in the way he was helped without the intervention of drugs or surgery.  Dr. Aigen continued his studies at Life University in Marietta, GA and after graduation moved to the South Florida area to be closer to his family.  Since moving to Florida, Dr. Aigen has worked with some of the most well respected Chiropractors in Palm Beach County.  Dr. Aigen opened his own private practice in 2003, in the Boynton Beach area of Florida. 

Dr. Aigen realizes the importance of listening to his patients concerns and providing chiropractic service through a very gentle technique.  Dr. Aigen is an active member of the Florida Chiropractic Association and the Florida Chiropractic Society, the two largest chiropractic associations in Florida.  Dr. Aigen prides himself with teaching the truths of health and vitality through a safe and drugless approach to the health problems so many people face today.  He also specializes in treating lower back pain and sciatica caused most of the time by a herniated or protruded disc using a technique called Cox Flexion/Distraction.