Injury Treatment Solutions Building

Your First Choice in Auto Accident Injury Treatment

Injury Treatment Solutions in Melbourne is all encompassing:  Medical Services, Chiropractic Treatment, Diagnostics, Customized Rehabilitative Services, and Physical Therapies.

We concentrate on networking to ensure you receive the best care; not only with our staff, but all others that we work with including outside doctors, insurance carriers, and attorneys.

“We build a customized treatment plan centered around your specific injuries.”

— Dr. Mitchell Greenberg

About us


We take pride that the majority of our staff has been with us ranging from 5-10 years.

  • Chiropractors, Medical Physician and Physical Therapy
  • X-ray and Motion X-Ray On-site
  • Therapy room
  • Rehab room
  • Chiropractic treatment rooms
  • All at one location
  • Open 6 days a week
  • Friendly & knowledgable staff
  • Short to no wait times
  • Located near the Melbourne Square Mall

Meet Our Doctors

  • Chiropractor

    Dr. Mitchell Greenberg, D.C.

        32 years experience

    Founder of Injury Treatment Solutions, previously on the board of the Florida Chiropractic Association and currently Ethics Chairman of the Brevard County Chiropractic Society.

  • Medical Physician

    Dr. Louis Prieto, M.D.

       20 years experience
  • Chiropractor

    Dr. Thomas Stelter, D.C.

       20 years experience

    Charter Member: American Academy of Pain Management and Editorial Advisor: American Journal of Pain Management

  • Chiropractor

    Dr. Stuart McCranels, D.C.

       ?? years experience

    Member of the Florida Chiropractic Association and experienced in radiology and diagnostic imaging.
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Injuries Treated

Slipped Disc

Symptoms in the back or neck traveling down the legs or arms is a possible indication of disk injury. Similar to herniated disks, slipped disks are bulges in spinal disks that can press against the spinal cord leading to symptoms in your back.


Whiplash is a term applied to injuries of the neck caused when the neck is suddenly or violently jolted in one direction and then another, most commonly caused by auto accidents.

Back Injury

Lower back injuries are the single leading cause of disability worldwide. It can be caused by a variety of injuries, including those sustained from auto-accidents and sports, and can be complicated by poor posture, obesity, and stress.

Herniated / Bulged Disc

Symptoms in the back or neck traveling down the legs or arms is a possible indication of disk injury. Similar to slipped disks, herniated disks are bulges in spinal disks that can press against the spinal cord leading to symptoms in your back.


Headaches have many causes, including: food, environmental stimuli, behaviors, and physical problems. Research has shown that chiropractic manipulation is effective in relieving headache symptoms.

Head & Neck

The neck is comprised of seven individual small bones collectively known as the cervical spine. In daily life, our cervical spine sustains a variety of injuries. These may range from a small jarring slip on the sidewalk to a whiplash caused by the impact of a collision.

Hip & Leg

Hip and leg problems can cause a wide variety of symptoms. The misery caused by conditions such as lumbago, rheumatism, nerve symptoms and sciatica are well known.


It’s the chronic, recurring headaches that are dangerous and cause much concern, not the mild occasional headache.

Pinched Nerve

If you are suffering from radiating symptoms in the neck, arms, shoulders, back, legs or feet, it may well indicate pressure on the nerves as they come from the spine. The term “pinched nerve” is not a clinical tem but helps to explain why the symptoms you have may be directly associated with the spine.


A persistent discomfort felt along the sciatic nerve in the lower back, buttock, and upper thigh. Some symptoms include a pins-and-needles sensation, radiating discomfort, numbness or weakness, dull aching, or a burning sensation.

Shoulder & Arm

Shoulder and arm symptoms can have a number of contributing causes, this can be due to injury to the spine curvatures, occupational stresses, or even improper posture.


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