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Your Body's Native Ability To Heal

Your body can heal itself - a secret that is well worth knowing!  Chiropractic care helps you to develop that connection to innate intelligence - that part of you that "knows" what's best for you.

Our practitioners work with you to improve the flow of life energy through your nervous system to all the vital organs, tissues and cells of your body. Spinal misalignments, also called subluxations, are caused by life itself...slips and falls, many different kinds of stress, poor posture, car accidents, work, sports and even the birth process. When the  bones in the spine are misaligned, they interfere with your body's ability to function optimally.  If you've never had your spine checked don't wait any longer!

Only a qualified chiropractor can detect and correct subluxations, and a recommended treatment plan will give you some guidelines on what actions you can take to get out of pain, improve your posture, increase your range of motion, and boost your vitality and health.

Click the link below for an article on Dr. Burke in Natural Awakenings Magazine on this subject:

http://www.naturalawakeningsboston.com/MIDS/October-2012/Dr-Julie-Burke-Helping-Bodies-Heal-Themselves/

Call us today to schedule your initial consultation.

"The Doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease."  -Thomas Edison

 
 

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