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Welcome to Chiropractic Family Health Center 

Your Aiea & Pearl City Chiropractor

Also Serving Pearl City, Halawa, Waipahu, Makakilo, Kapolei, Ewa Beach, Mililani, Waipio, Waikele, Kalihi, Kahuku, Haleiwa, Wahiawa, Laie, Hau'ula, Kaaawa, Kailua, Kaneohe, Kahaluu, Waialua & Surrounding Areas

Phone: (808) 486-6696

We're delighted that you have discovered the official website for Chiropractic Family Health Center in Aiea, Hawaii. Our chiropractor, Dr. Paul Kurihara, has established a chiropractic practice dedicated to helping each member of your family feel better, function better and enjoy a lifetime of optimal health and wellness. Whether you're in need of help for a painful acute or chronic ailment or you just want to enjoy life to the fullest every day, chiropractic care can help -- and we want to share that healing potential with you. We proudly serve Pearl City, Halawa, Waipahu, Makakilo, Kapolei, Ewa Beach, Mililani, Waipio, Waikele, Kalihi, Kahuku, Haleiwa, Wahiawa, Lai'e, Hau'ula, Kaaawa, Kailua, Kaneohe, Kahaluu, Waialua & surrounding areas.

If you've never visited a chiropractor before, you might be surprised to learn that this form of care can address many more conditions than just back or neck pain. That's because chiropractic adjustment can relieve neurological and musculoskeletal problems afflicting practically any part of the body. The vertebral joints wrap around the spinal cord to protect it while allowing major nerve roots to extend outward branching into nerves that convey signals throughout the entire body. When a vertebral misalignment pinches the nerve tissue and inhibits this communication, it can cause debilitating symptoms such as:

  • Headaches and migraines
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Limb pain, tingling, numbness or weakness
  • Balance problems
  • Dizziness
  • Trouble with vision or cognition

Since your nervous system tells all your other physical systems how to function, impaired nerve signaling can cause immune dysfunction, reproductive issues, respiratory problems, digestive complaints and all sort of other health challenges. 

Your Resource for Family Health and Wellness in Aiea & Pearl City, Hawaii

Unlike some chiropractors who only work reactively, correcting alignment problems only after they've already impaired your health and comfort, Dr. Kurihara takes a proactive approach to help prevent those problems from occurring in the first place. Regular wellness examinations are the key to this smart strategy. We consider your medical history, talk about any current health challenges you may be having, and perform a detailed evaluation of your spinal alignment to see if chiropractic adjustment is in order. By keeping your spine straight, we can help you avoid impinged nerves, herniated discs and sub-par physical function. 

Our Aiea, Hawaii chiropractor uses a variety of spinal adjustment techniques to correct your alignment gently but firmly. As administered by an expert like Dr. Kurihara, these techniques are safe and effective for all ages. In fact, regular chiropractic care can help your kids grow up as healthy as possible in the face of daily challenges such as heavy backpacks and school sports.

If you're already suffering from a painful injury or a chronic health condition, trust your friends at Chiropractic Family Health Center to provide drug-free, non-surgical relief. By removing pressure from nerve roots, we can relieve your pain at its source. We can also recommend mobility and strength exercises to help you rehabilitate your body and protect it from future threats, along with lifestyle adjustment to help you manage pain, obesity, diabetes and other unwelcome problems. Contact us today!

Dr. Paul Kurihara
Aiea Chiropractor | Chiropractic Family Health Center | (808) 486-6696

99-115 Aiea Heights Drive
Aiea, HI 96701


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    Paul Kurihara

    When I was seven, I started getting migraine headaches that were incapacitating at times; I remember having excruciating pain on the right side of my head pounding behind my right eye. Medical doctors told my mom that it was growing pains and that I would grow out of it. 

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Reviews By Our Satisfied Patients

  • "I was in a car accident and was having a lot of pain in my right shoulder. When I saw Dr. Kurihara, in about two days of seeing Dr. I was feeling so much better. Now I am on the road to a better back, shoulder, and body."
    Estar Ganitoen Aiea, HI

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