Welcome

Welcome to Health 1st Chiropractic and Rehabilitation.  Our offices are located throughout the Piedmont Triad.  The Greensboro Main Office is located at 4518-A West Market Street in Greensboro, NC, between Muirs Chapel and Holden Road, next to Acapulco Restaurant (formerly La Vaca Ramona). We have been serving people of the Triad for nearly 20 years and are committed to providing the finest chiropractic and advanced rehabilitation procedures available.

With state of the art chiropractic facilities and advanced rehabilitation equipment, our office is tailored to meet the needs of people who are looking to get out of pain and live healthier and happier lives. The offices have been successfully treating people who have been involved in auto accidents, workers compensation injuries or even rehabilitating those recovering from surgery, for over a decade. From professional athletes, to young families, our office strives to give the best care at affordable prices to people of the Triad. If you are looking for chiropractic care, advanced rehabilitation, spinal decompression, myoelectric therapy, concussion protocol rehabilitation, on-site digital x-ray and FDA approved Brain Core therapy, then this is the place for you.

We love helping people of the Triad and its surrounding communities transform their health. It’s never too late to improve your overall quality of life. We can help you! If you are interested in bettering your life, be sure to contact us TODAY!

Our Skilled Doctor's

Dr. Clifton Mays

Clinic Director - High Point

Dr. Allen Piazza

Clinic Director - Winston Salem

Dr. Roosevelt Smith

Clinic Director - Greensboro

Contact US

  • Address

    GREENSBORO - 4518-A West Market Street, Greensboro, NC 27407
    HIGH POINT - 3755 Admiral Dr. #106, High Point, NC 27265
    WINSTON SALEM - 512 Waughtown Ave, Winston Salem, NC 27103

  • E-mail

    healthfirst@hstriad.com

  • Phone

    +1 336-450-2109

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Want to Get Out Of Pain? Contact our offices today at +1 336-450-2109

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Child Dangers In An Auto Accident

April 28, 2020

Rear-seat occupant protection hasn’t kept pace with the front   By Matthew J. DeGaetano, DC, Clifton Mays, DC and Roosevelt Smith, DC Certified in Personal Injury Certified Colossus Consultants A new IIHS study of frontal crashes in which belted rear-seat passengers were killed or seriously injured suggests that more sophisticated restraint systems are needed in the back. Front-seat occupants have benefited greatly from advancements in restraints — the umbrella term for airbags and seat belts, which work together during a crash to keep a person in the proper position and manage forces on the body. Back-seat occupants haven’t benefited from…