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for Mental Health


As it is written in the official report, youth under 24 had the highest rates of mood and anxiety disorders of all age groups. Chiropractic treatment can be the best non-drugs solution for you or for someone you love. Our spine is a connecting path between brain and body, by working with it you can optimize every part of your body. Moreover, chiropractor can help you ease such symptoms as:

  • Chronic headaches and dreadful migraines;
  • Increased anxiety and panic attacks;
  • Tension in the body and sleep issues.

Chiropractic treatment has been shown to yield positive results while working with patients who have PTSD, depression, OCD and other mental health issues. SafeSpace specialists care about your health and will combine different practices to make you feel better and improve your quality of life.

With the assistance of nutritionist, you will better understand language of your body and will be able to get healthy diet matching with your conditions.
Before providing you with proper nourishment program, nutritionist consider core factors such as gender, lifestyle, age and degree of physical activity. After evaluation, certified specialist can prescribe you individualised nutrition plan and will supervise you in further application of it.
We believe that “You are what you eat” and we want you to be the best!


What else do we treat?

Chiropractic care can be the solution of many problems such as:

Joint and muscle pain (back, neck, knees, hips, etc.)

Sprains and strains;

Pregnancy-induced spinal pain;

Sports/Work-related injuries;

Plantar Fasciitis;

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome;

And much more.

SafeSpace will take care of you and support each your step during rehabilitation so you will go back to your normal life as soon as possible.


Once you enter the Safe Space clinic, you’re in good hands


We can to achieve the solution and bring back comfort to your life


Our three-way approach: being both patient-oriented and keeping an open mind

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