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Fort Lauderdale Spine & Injury Center Named as Power Liens Preferred Provider
Date:12/6/2012

Ft. Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) December 06, 2012

As Power Liens continues to expand its online directory attorneys currently use to find doctors and specialists who work on liens, they are highlighting particular practices as "Preferred Providers". These Preferred Providers are recognized for their particular expertise in the world of Personal Injury. Attorneys can feel at ease using Power Liens' Preferred Providers as they are trustworthy, thorough, and very knowledgeable in Personal Injury law.

As of December, the Fort Lauderdale Spine & Injury Center has been named one of Power Liens' newest Preferred Providers.

Dr. Peter Matrale's Fort Lauderdale practice has been highlighted by Power Liens for a number of reasons. The office is brand new on the inside, offers massage therapy, and now has a digital x-ray on site. Patients at Ft. Lauderdale Spine & Injury Center can expect same day appointment availability, and very limited wait times. They will get personalized treatment with the doctor directly (not an associate or staff member).

Attorneys will be working with a chiropractor with 10+ years experience working with Personal Injury patients and attorneys. Dr. Matrale writes very detailed final reports and does impairment ratings according to the 6th edition. He also handles all medical/pain management referrals to local MDs.

Dr. Matrale is a Licensed and Board Certified Chiropractor. Dr. Matrale holds a BA Degree in Psychology from the University of Missouri and a Doctorate of Chiropractic degree having graduated cum laude from Life University. Having studied, trained and participated in clinic work in the Atlanta area, he is currently listed as an expert witness to help attorneys better understand the injuries their clients have experienced as a result of their accident due to his extensive knowledge of treating injuries. Dr. Matrale looks forward to having you ach
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