Massage Therapy

Gwendolyn Niec is originally from Northeast Indiana.  She attended Indiana University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology.  She spent ten years in business before attending Alexandria School of Scientific Therapeutics.  Gwen is a nationally certified massage therapist specializing in Pfrimmer Deep Muscle Therapy, Swedish Massage, Pre-natal Massage, and Active Isolated Stretching.  Her family…

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  • Meet the Doctor

    Dr. Ben Butwin,

    DC, ART, CF-L1

Get well. Stay well.

“Speaking generally, all parts of the body which have function, if used in moderation and exercised in labours to which each is accustomed, become thereby healthy and well-developed and age slowly.  But if unused and left idle, they become liable to disease, defective in growth, and age quickly.” – Hippocrates ~370 BC

At Butwin Chiropractic, our mission is to promote health, education, mobility, and a pain-free lifestyle to Carmel, Indiana and its surrounding communities. Treatment will be patient-centered, evidence-based, and customized to your unique needs and goals. We will uncompromisingly stress and strive for honesty, compassion, intellect, and excellence in all that we do.

Our Approach to Health

Mobility – The key to spinal health – and all health – is motion. Lack of proper movement in one segment can cause a cascade of other negative effects via poor compensation patterns. Through chiropractic adjustments and Active Release Techniques, mobility can be restored where it is lost and enable you to return to an active lifestyle.

Stability – Without proper core strength and endurance, all the motion in the world cannot “fix” us. Weak muscles become tight, tight muscles become weak, and we run the risk of overloading our back joints, which results in pain and injury. Proper functional exercises are the key to prolonged support of the spine, and keeping you out of the office in the long run.

Inflammation Control – The final piece of the puzzle is controlling inflammation at the molecular level. Inflammation leads to fibrotic changes, a weakened immune system, loss of mobility, and further pain and degeneration. We need to put good things in our bodies that decrease this inflammatory cascade.