We are not just concerned with what might be going wrong in your body. Instead, we aim to improve and rejuvenate every function of the body – making the body stronger, healthier and more youthful
Once full-blown disease has taken hold, even the best drugs and therapies sometimes offer only limited help. Therefore we take aggressive action to prevent the diseases of aging with nutritional and metabolic therapies.
Instead of seeing the patient as a collection of parts to be fixed by various specialists, we take a holistic view of the body and each person. Each aspect of your health is considered and treated in view of the whole person.
Combining the best and most effective therapies from western medical and alternative approaches. Your health challenges are tackled by a team of health physicians rather than an individual.
Dr. Brady and his staff gave me an immediate appointment, took care of all my billing and made me feel welcome from day one. Dr. Brady is a kind, humble yet extremely knowledgeable professional who has since helped change my life...
Lina H. Patient
I went to see Dr. Brady, he is not only a great Chiropractor (with no cracking or twisting), but he has amazing knowledge in Functional Medicine and muscular imbalance... I highly recommend that you see for yourself...
Michelle S. Patient
This has truly been a life-changing experience for me and has greatly improved the quality of my life. I feel healthier, happier and VERY grateful to Dr. Brady for his kindness and his outstanding skills as a Doctor of NUCCA Chiropractic. Thank you!
Lynne H. Patient
By Dr. Brady on March 7, 2017
Chronic pain is ongoing, but oftentimes it is manageable (if not curable). How you manage pain on a day-to-day basis can make a huge impact on your overall sense of well-being. Physical pain can impact your mental, emotional, spiritual and social health, causing a snowball effect.
By Dr. Kendrick Heywood on March 1, 2017
It's no secret that South Florida has a not-so-shiny track record with opiod (over)use. The feds have tightened up policies and procedures resulting in "health" clinic and drug-ring busts. One article states an expected 800 people were to die from opiod overdose in 2016.