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Welcome to Zola Chiropractic Center!

401-785-1978

Para El Español

144 Waterman Street, Suite 2

Providence, RI 02906

Plenty of parking at our professional office.

  • Short-Term Care For Your Neck & Back Pain
  • Accepts M.D. Referrals
  • Affordable/ Insurance Accepted
  • Be Seen Today, No Appointment Needed
  • Member of ChiroTrust (www.Chiro-Trust.org)

Call our friendly staff for an appointment. We will verify you insurance coverage and if you don't have insurance you'll be surprised at how affordable our care can be.

Please explore our website and check back frequently to see our workshop schedule and community service activities.

It's Your Life... Live it in Health!

Dr. Michael Zola

144 Waterman St. East Side Chiropractor | Zola Chiropractic Center | 401-785-1978

Providing the best care for RI, Providence, Cranston, East Providence, Barrington Seekonk, Pawtucket, Warwick, North Providence and Attleboro

Testimonials

Reviews From our Satisfied Patients

  • "Dr. Zola is so skilled and so compassionate. Even after being through a lot of trauma, my body relaxes for his adjustments, because it instantly trusts his touch. He is one of the best. And Olga is great and caring too. I am so very thankful I found them!"
    Kristi M.
  • "Dr. Zola is amazing! His knowledge and expertise makes it possible for me to continue working at a profession I love. Olga and staff are exceptional and I highly recommend this office to everyone who wants their spine to be healthy and function optimally."
    Mary Dee H.

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